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Frito-Lay debuts pilot for upcoming electric fleet in Texas

Frito-Lay recently announced a new electric fleet that will serve the Dallas Fort Worth area, specifically Carrollton. The first pilot Ford eTransit truck has arrived just in time for Earth Day, with 40 arriving later this summer. The trucks will deliver locally and reduce Frito-Lay’s annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as part of its broad

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Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue: How running a fleet changed in 2020

The annual Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) is proceeding virtually this year, and as always, it was preceded by Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue. One particular Dialogue session featured the thoughts of several fleets, who shared their experiences in 2020 on topics ranging from e-commerce and parts ordering to in-house vs. outsourced service to general lessons

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Manufacturers continue to roll out electric medium-duty trucks

Peterbilt, Kenworth, Navistar, Daimler, Freightliner and Cummins are a few of the companies making recent leaps in electric medium-duty truck development.

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Peterbilt delivers first medium-duty electric model 220EV to Frito-Lay

Six battery electric model 220EV medium-duty trucks will be used by PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division as part of its Modesto, California, Zero- and Near Zero-Emission Freight Facility Project.

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Frito-Lay to replace diesel fleets in sustainability project

To help achieve PepsiCo’s mission to reduce its absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 20% by 2030, Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo, announced that it aims to replace all of its existing diesel-powered freight equipment with zero-emission (ZE) and near-zero emission (NZE) technologies at its Modesto, Calif. manufacturing site.

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CNG usage is growing rapidly

It’s gratifying to see how rapidly compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquid natural gas (LNG) are being incorporated into both power generation and transportation. For several reasons, biofuels have not been able to keep pace. Gaseous fuels usage is increasing in spite of the fact that we still have no reasonable national energy policy. The

CNG usage is growing rapidly