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At MoboTrex we have a motto of “People First – Experts to the Next Level”. The past few weeks during the COVID-19 outbreak in our country one of our employees has taken this motto to heart. When the impact to the availability of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients hit the media,
By Cody Lanning, Assistant Sales & Marketing Coordinator, MoboTrex More and more you are probably hearing about connected cities, vehicles, and infrastructure. In the “Internet of Things” world everything seems to be connected. But what benefits will you see from having connected vehicles in your municipalities or cities; and when is it time to start
By Dave Chudnov, Procurement Specialist, MoboTrex For the past 4 years, I have assisted in teaching photography workshops to combat-wounded veterans. This workshop is part of a series of programs run by Honoring Our Veterans, based out of Jackson, WY. The goal of HOV is to improve the quality of life for veterans by offering
Have you considered the quality of your traffic cabinet or where your tax dollars are being used to manufacture cabinets? Many municipalities and cities often do not realize their traffic cabinets are being outsourced and made in other countries. You may see labels or hear from others saying their cabinets are “assembled in America”. It