Aux looks to kill idle, downtime

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — After helping to pioneer truck-mounted auxiliary power systems, Aux Generators Inc. (AGI), says it has a solution delivering not only juice but simplicity, too.

“The trucking industry has long been looking for new ways of reducing fuel costs, maintenance on main engines, and harmful emissions into the environment, at the same time increasing company bottom lines. AGI has committed itself to helping companies and owner operators alike to accomplish these goals” says JT Bhabra, chief executive officer of AGI.

Many auxiliary power units in the past have been a compromise he adds: Benefits in exchange for complexity. Multiple moving parts — some with as many as 300 components — make it difficult for troubleshooting, repairs and even increase the likelihood of downtime.

AGI says it has a new solution to these and other problems due for launch at the Mid-America Trucking Show (March 21-23 in Louisville, Ky.) With fleet budgets on the shrink of late, Truck News wants to assure its readers unable to attend that we will once again deliver all of the headlines from the show floor so you don’t miss a thing.

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