Ryder Automates Maintenance the world's largest truck-leasing and rental company, has unveiled an automated maintenance system designed to dramatically increase productivity and reduce vehicle downtime. The new system, called the Ryder Fast Track Maintenance Service, has been installed in 75 of its 915 North American locations, with remaining locations expected to be on-line by July 1995, said Chuck O'Neill, company spokesman. The system is designed to save time by using a sophisticated, ...

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