Sustainability Archives - Fleet Equipment Magazine
ACT Expo 2024 kicks off

Day one keynote speeches came from executives at Volvo, Tesla, and more.

Daimler announces battery repairing, remanufacturing, repurposing and recycling program

DTNA says the circular economy approach strives to extend the usability of rare-earth materials and products.

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Mitsubishi Fuso plant in Portugal celebrates 60 years

Founded in 1964, the Tramagal plant has produced over 260,000 vehicles and now continues that work with a new focus on sustainability.

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How supplier partnerships move sustainability forward in commercial transportation

The right tires can contribute to significant forward sustainable progress for commercial fleets.

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The trucking life of the internal combustion engine going forward

A glimpse into the fossil-free future of truck engines that run on everything from biodiesel to natural gas to hydrogen.

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Fleet Profile: PepsiCo drives toward net-zero emissions by 2040

Here are the variety of approaches and successfully reducing the carbon footprint of its fleet and distribution operations

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Castrol, Safety-Kleen to launch program to reduce carbon footprint

Alongside partner Safety-Kleen, Castrol is launching MoreCircular – a program to collect used oil and re-refine it into a usable state.

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Peterbilt receives 2024 Environment + Energy Leader Award

The E+E Leader Awards celebrate advancements in the realms of environmental, sustainability and energy management.

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A ‘Toward Zero’ emissions Q&A with Volvo Trucks’s Roger Alm

Talking through the challenges, the technological advances, and the strategies for a sustainable future.

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Continental cuts the ribbon on new U.S. HQ in South Carolina

The building’s 840 solar panels are capable of offsetting up to 25% of its total energy consumption.

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CARB’s Clean Truck Check testing pushed back to 2025

This delay is only for required inspections, meaning fleets and owner/operators are still expected to register and pay fees.

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Maximizing ROI in fleet decarbonization

How do we achieve an orderly and economically viable fleet decarbonization at scale?

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