Calvin Ewell, president of H R Ewell, has been a strong advocate in the carrier's drive to present a "greener" image and improve operating efficiencies.
Bob Styer, parts manager and 37-year employee of H R Ewell uses TMT Fleet Maintenance to manage the carrier's parts inventory.
Maintenance Director Scott Ewell uses TMT Fleet Maintenance to track costs associated with each tractor and trailer for maximum efficiency.
Mechanic Randy Archer uses one of three terminals in the shop to enter work order details on a tractor that is being serviced.
Gene Kieffer, tank wash manager and 36-year H R Ewell employee, now orders wash rack parts and supplies through the TMT Fleet Management system.
A sweetener trailer undergoes a preventive maintenance inspection at H R Ewell's East Earl PA shop.
H R Ewell's three-bay wash rack in East Earl PA cleans a variety of food products, including sweeteners, chocolate, and edible oils.
H R Ewell Inc stands out as a leading regional foodgrade tank truck carrier. The company runs 148 tractors and 302 trailers that are used to transport chocolate, edible oils, and sweeteners. Company management took a number of steps over the past year to boost operational efficiencies. This includes installing a major upgrade in maintenance management software and joining the EPA's SmartWay program.
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