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Fourteen trucking fleets announced the formation of the ACT Fleet Forum, an educational initiative to share best practices among participating fleets, as well as involvement from technology providers and fuel suppliers, on adopting advanced clean transportation technologies.
Facilitated by clean transportation consulting firm Gladstein, Neandross & Associates, the ACT Fleet Forum is an extension of the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo, North America’s largest advanced-transportation technology and clean fleet event.
“The ACT Fleet Forum provides a unique platform for fleets to identify the exact technologies, vehicles, fuels and innovative products they most want to learn about,” said Erik Neandross, CEO of GNA. “We’re then able to facilitate discussions for fleets to share crucial industry knowledge with other leading fleets, while learning from the technology and fuel suppliers who are building solutions to meet their same needs.”
Leading the path to clean energy in transportation, 14 of the nation's prominent fleets formed the ACT Fleet Forum to stay on the cutting edge of clean fleet fuels and technologies, regulations, funding. Hear from fleets @PepsiCo @NFIindustries @PenskeNews https://t.co/szOkZVJRPj pic.twitter.com/7OMRU5u2ee— Advanced Clean Tech News / ACT Expo (@ACTExpo) January 8, 2020
Fleets that have launched the ACT Fleet Forum:
- Ability Tri-Modal Transportation Services
- C&S Wholesale Grocers
- EVO Transportation & Energy
- J.B. Hunt Transport
- NFI Industries
- Penske Transportation Solutions
- Ruan Transportation Management Systems
- Total Transportation Services Inc.
- Waste Management
In addition to the 14 fleets, companies supporting the ACT Fleet Forum include Kenworth Truck Co., Cummins-Westport, Toyota, Trillium, Agility Fuel Solutions, Amply Power and Uptake. — Transport Topics
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