My Little Salesman at ICUEE 2015
On Thursday, August 27, 2015
Come visit us at booth 1524 at ICUEE 2015 on September 29th-October 1st, 2015. The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), also known as The Demo Expo, is the premiere event for utility industry professionals to gain comprehensive insight into the latest technologies, innovations, insights, and trends affecting their industry.

Landoll Corporation Trailer Division Unveils “Next Generation Landoll”
On Thursday, June 4, 2015
The Landoll Corporation Trailer Division unveiled the “Next Generation Landoll” (NGL) at their annual dealer meeting held at The Landoll World Headquarters in Marysville, Kansas, on April 24, 2015.  The 400 Series Traveling Axle Trailers are the first models that have received the new hydraulic operating systems and the all-new Grote lighting package.  Dealers saw firsthand the amazing transformation the trailers have underwent, with increased operational speed and the dynamic lighting package that increases visual awareness and driver safety.

6 Ways Low Fuel Prices Affect Carriers
On Friday, May 8, 2015
Springtime freight is coming on strong, and rates are climbing. We're starting to see more of the seasonal trends we're used to, but freight rates from DAT RateView show that van rates (including fuel surcharge) on the spot market for February were down 5.1% compared to a year ago. As a national average, that equates to about a 10¢ difference per mile. Spot market rates were elevated throughout 2014 because of the Polar Vortex, but DAT RateView™ data shows that, if you take away the fuel surcharge, the average linehaul rate was actually 9¢ higher in February 2015 than the previous year.

About Freight Rates
- West Coast Backlog
- New Markets Emerge
- Don't Get Beat on Price
- DAT RateView for Carriers
Diesel was $2.90 per gallon on average nationally at the end of February, $1.11 cheaper than the previous year. As a result, the average fuel surcharge in February 2015 was down to 29¢ per mile, 11¢ lower than last year.

Here are six ways that lower oil prices are changing trucking in 2015:

Energy Bubble Bursts; New Freight Markets Emerge
On Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Wave goodbye to the energy boom: After current drilling projects are completed in the first quarter, there won't be much new drilling or fracking activity for the rest of 2015. Several major oil companies have already announced plans to cease drilling, due to low oil prices, and many smaller companies are busy reworking their 2015 plans.

The impact on trucking freight is twofold: First, there will be less oil-industry cargo to move, including drilling equipment and infrastructure items, such as pipe and controls. Second, there will be less competition for drivers from this sector. These factors combine to increase downward pressure on rates, which started to drift lower last week. That trend is assisted by the declining fuel surcharge.

My Little Salesman to Launch New Tool to Benefit Buyers and Sellers in Heavy Equipment and Trucking Industries
On Wednesday, January 21, 2015
January 26, 2015 - (Austin, TX) - My Little Salesman, industry leading marketplace for buying and selling new and used trucks, trailers, and heavy equipment, rolled out the My Little Salesman Partner Program and the new Industry Resources section on, two new website features equally beneficial for sellers and for buyers in the heavy equipment, truck, and trailer industries.