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ROUSH CleanTech Offers Fully Electric Ford F-650

ROUSH CleanTech will offer a Ford F-650 medium-duty truck that's powered solely by a battery-electric powertrain, the vehicle modifier announced.

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Paragon Enhances Routing, Scheduling Software

The update seeks to make it easier for U.S. fleet managers to adapt to the trend toward electric, natural-gas, and hybrid-powered delivery vehicles.

The Power of Consumer Perception and How Fleets Can Benefit

If your company makes infant car seats, you'd be insane to ship those products in any truck today that isn't equipped with the latest and greatest vehicle safety systems available. Jack Roberts talks about the public-image implications of the relationship between shippers and fleets in his Truck Tech blog.

Michelin's Movin' On Conference [Photos]

HDT Executive Editor David Cullen brings you inside the inaugural Michelin Movin' On Conference on sustainable mobilility. The creative and highly fluid event was held indoors and out at an industrial property reclaimed as a gallery and meeting space near downtown Montreal June 13-15, 2017. Read more about the conference in "Michelin Taking Long View of Sustainable Transportation."

2016 Top 50 Green Fleets

This list of 50 industry leaders show there are many paths to sustainability, from better mpg to alternative fuels to “green” facilities.

Reusa-Wrap is Trackable and Secure

The Reusa-Wraps five-sided secure reusable pallet wrap is designed to replace stretch film in the daily shipment of pallets to reduce waste.

PG&E Electrifies Its Sustainability Efforts

PG&E has proposed the building of 25,000 public EV chargers throughout California. Along with San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison, it is waiting for approval from the California Public Utilities Commission.

Q&A: Green Fleet Conference Speaker John Viera

Closing the Green Fleet Conference this year is John Viera, the Director of Sustainability and Vehicle Environmental Matters at Ford. This year he'll be making a case that not only is going green achievable for fleets, it's good business.