Watch: Dealing with the coming changes to the trucking industry

Watch: Dealing with the coming changes to the trucking industry

Fleet Equipment‘s Future Focus series takes a look at the coming changes to the trucking industry in the form of electrification and alternative energy sources, and what some companies are doing to adapt to the changing times.

In part one, Senior Editor Alex Crissey talks with Cummins on the coming changes to the trucking industry and the Aeos electric concept truck. In part 2, Alex talks with Shell Lubricants about the changes to the oil industry, the Starship truck that Shell and Airflow Truck Co. are building, and why Shell is taking part in the energy revolution.

Watch both videos below, and don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube to see every new episode of this series.

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