A new California law requires businesses to report a worker’s blood lead level (BLL) exceeding 20 micrograms per deciliter (µg/dL) to the health department. A NARSA member and radiator shop owner in believes the new regulations are unreasonable.
In the last issue of 2019, we recap the AAPEX convention, introduce the International Diesel Emissions Association (IDEA) and dive deep into DPF cleaning.
In this issue, we wrap up NARSA's 10th Annual Heavy Duty conference which was hosted by Kelvion/Rocore and held in Catoosa, Oklahoma. Several members were also recognized for their commitment to the association.
In our May/June 2019 magazine, we learn more about the Li family of Liland Global. The company was started in the 80s by four brothers who immigrated from Taiwan and has since grown into a worldwide business. Hear how Robert Li is now leading the company into a new direction in this latest issue of The Cooling Journal.
In the March/April 2019 issue of The Cooling Journal, we have a preview of what members can expect at the 10th Annual Heavy Duty Conference in Oklahoma. Plus, we spotlight NARSA/IDEA member Enviromotive from California. Learn how this family business first branched into the diesel emissions industry.
The first Cooling Journal issue of 2019 looks into several trends impacting our industry. How are the current tariffs affecting your business? Why should all companies be familiar with Intellectual Property (IP) laws? And what are some techniques that entrepreneurs need to know to grow and to achieve their goals? NARSA members share their insights and experience in this latest issue.