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Sadly natural disasters are a risk for everyone no matter where your business or home is. So when disaster does strike, is your dealership prepared? Get ready for a natural disaster by implementing the following steps. Read More...

NAEDA Column, NAEDA & Association News, Top Stories
By Frank Bryant

In January 2013, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and New Cingular Wireless (NCW) reached an administrative settlement requiring the company to pay a civil penalty of $750,000 regarding alleged reporting, planning and permitting violations at 332 legacy AT&T Wireless (AWS) sites now owned by NCW. The basis of the case was NCW’s failure to comply with the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know (EPCRA) reporting requirements related to the presence of sulfuric acid and diesel. Read More...

NAEDA Column, NAEDA & Association News, Top Stories
By Mike Williams

Do voters want a Congress genuinely concerned about dealing with real-life issues or will they settle for a pretend version?

On Monday, August 5, the scientists at Dr. Mark Post’s laboratory at the Maastricht University in the Netherlands cooked the world’s most expensive hamburger. It was made from meat grown in petri dishes in his lab for an event they hoped will change the way the world sees food. Read More...

Industry & Manufacturing News, Top Stories

To be sure, most consumers do not understand the intricacies of how our fuel choices are set to change in the United States. For example, when consumers were asked about the 15-percent ethanol (E15) gasoline blend by AAA, the biggest U.S. driving organization, 95 percent of consumers were unaware of this fuel choice. Many would argue that many consumers are not even aware that the current fuel on the market contains 10-percent ethanol (E10). Read More...

Canadian Legislative Issues, Legislative & Regulatory News

A preliminary injunction to stop the implementation of the latest version of a country-of-origin labelling law was filed in a U.S. District Court yesterday by a coalition of North American meat processors and livestock organizations. The injunction should be considered within weeks, although there is no specific timeline, said a news release from the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. Read More...

NAEDA Column, NAEDA & Association News, Top Stories
By Mike Williams

Dealer group seeks to educate lawmakers in regard to tax reform that would lower tax rates and broaden the tax base.

     On June 27, the Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) proposed a “blank slate,” or to some a “clean slate,” approach as a legislative starting point for tax reform and called on their Senate colleagues to provide proposals for tax expenditures to add back in a reformed tax code. Read More...

Top Stories, Legislative & Regulatory News

A decision late last week by the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington marks a critical juncture in the future of the biomass power industry. The court vacated a three-year delay put in place by EPA in 2011 in its implementation of that portion of its "tailoring rule" covering biomass. Read More...

Top Stories, Legislative & Regulatory News

House GOP leaders took a gamble Thursday in bringing a farm bill without food stamps up for a vote, and it paid off — but just barely. Read More...

Top Stories, Legislative & Regulatory News

President Obama recently announced during a speech at Georgetown University his administration’s Climate Action Plan to reduce carbon pollution, prepare for the impacts of climate change, and to address climate change issues globally. The plan focuses on renewable energy, cutting carbon emissions from coal-burning plants, and reinforcing infrastructure for severe weather. Read More...

NAEDA & Association News, Top Stories

For years the North American Equipment Dealers Association has published the Equipment Dealer Buyer’s Guide for dealer members and associates. This annual directory of equipment industry manufacturers, suppliers and distributors is a sought after publication that dealers reference year round. 

Dealers are no strangers to incorporating new technology in the operation of their business and to meet the ever increasing technological needs of their customers. In today’s digital world, we have received requests that the Buyer’s Guide be provided in a digital format so that it can be viewed on-line on their computers and mobile devices. We are therefore pleased to introduce and debut our on-line digital version of the NAEDA’s 2013 Equipment Dealers Buyer’s Guide. 

All of the editorial information, company and product listings appear in the new digital version just as in the printed edition. However, the digital versions is more interactive with live links to company contacts and websites with the potential for embedded video displays, slide shows, and blow-in cards from companies and advertisers. 

We suggest you bookmark this link, digital.naeda.com so you can access the digital edition of the 2013 Equipment Dealer Buyer’s Guide throughout the year, and share it with your customers, clients, and colleagues. 

Whether you prefer print or pixels, our goal is to provide you with the industry’s best reference manual for companies, products and services catering the equipment dealer. Read More...

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