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Arkansas firms ahead of curve in trucking logs

Posted: March 31, 2014 at 2:56 a.m.

Dedicated Logistics of Crossett began its fleetwide implementation of electronic logging devices with a handful of reluctant volunteers.

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Business, Pages 19 on 03/31/2014

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Special to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette- 03/28/2014 - The Nikon Df digital camera combines a retro look with modern digital capabilities. It uses the Nikon D4 sensor to provide extra sharpness and quality images in low light.

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Kyle Madrid, survey field chief with CFS Engineering sets up a LiDAR scanner in Branson, Mo. on Friday, March 21.  The city is using the technology to map its vital U.S. Highway 76 corridor. Photo by John Magsam

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