Centurion Auto Logistics Adds Trucks, Technology to Its Fleet
Centurion Auto Logistics is expanding its fleet with the purchase of 23 new tractor-trailer units and the addition of technology to help drivers manage information about vehicle deliveries.
The Jacksonville, Fla.-based company hauls vehicles to dealers and to and from ports in the southeastern United States, and currently operates a fleet of 227 trucks, according to registration data on file with the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The company said it is spending a total of $6.8 million to buy the new trucks and to equip drivers with a custom auto hauler workflow app.
The trucks are the first in the fleet to come equipped with collision-avoidance systems and side-facing cameras on head racks to give drivers a complete 360-degree view of the load.
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