Highway & Heavy Parts
Diesel particulate filters are one of the major additions to exhaust systems in recent years. DPFs are designed to clean exhaust and eliminate soot, carbon and that characteristic diesel smell. Downstream from the DPF is the VGT turbo, which relies on its strong airflow to drive the turbine. Like any EGR system component, regular maintenance is key in keeping your DPF in service. READ MORE
Khl — International Rental News
US rental companies are approaching 2020 with some caution, according to equipment suppliers at this year’s ARA Show. Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing at Skyjack, told International Rental News, “The US rental market is positive but 2020 will be an adjustment as we come off the back of 9-10 years of growth. It is more of a replacement market than a growth market.” READ MORE
Price increase begins March 15
Memo Corporation makes every attempt to keep price increases to a minimum; however, prices will need to increase by 2% starting March 15, 2020. This change will not affect engine prices.
Please be assured Memo's goal is to control costs and provide customers with quality products at affordable prices. We sincerely appreciate your understanding and continued support of Memo product lines.
Please email our sales team if you have any questions.
Ground crews working on the airside face unique challenges on a daily basis. They face all of the physical demands of other labor-intensive professions: they work outdoors, with heavy machinery, and in stressful conditions. Ground crews also face additional risks. READ MORE
One of the biggest expenses for most companies is their staff. Paying salaries and insurance benefits — as well as other expenses like uniforms, equipment and vehicles — add up to a large percentage of any company’s revenue. When you look at those numbers, it can be easy to get in the mindset that you’re already spending enough, or even too much, on your employees. READ MORE
One process that is often missing from Original Engine Manufacturer’s service publications is how to correctly break in a rebuilt engine, especially without the use of a dynamometer or load bank. Dynamometer or load bank testing are the preferred methods, but realistically it is not always an option. READ MORE