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  • Weather Guard Van Storage Products
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 1/22/2007
  • Knaack Mfg. Co.Bulkhead and shelving systems are the new introductions to the Weather Guard line of van storage products. Made from 16-gauge steel and 3/16-inch steel top mounting angles, the products include a 9-by-12-inch Dog Hatch in the bottom of the bulkhead and a 14-inch-wide shelf with a tapered end for closer installation to the sidewall. The products fit Ford and Chevy vans. 800-456-7865. More

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  • DeWALT Collaborates with Ford MOTOR COMPANY To Offer Tool Link
  • Source: ebuild 2/19/2008
  • Tool Link Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Asset Tracking SystemDeWALT collaborated with Ford and ThingMagic, the industry expert on embedded RFID technology, to create Tool Link. Tool Link allows end users to track assets and control inventory, ensuring crews arrive and leave the jobsite with the right tools and materials for their job. The system includes rugged reliable labels that allow the truck operators to tag, scan and track expensive tools, equipment and other assets. When the vehicle is running, a pair of RFID antennas, mounted in corrosion and impact-resistant housings on the inside of the pickup box, scan the box for tagged items on a pre-programmed inventory list. This data is transmitted to a reader mounted inside the cab and displayed on the in-dash computer screen, alerting the driver if any inventoried tools are not loaded on the truck. More

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