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2012 Green Fleet Conference

Almost 1,000 attendees gathered in Schaumburg, Ill., to learn about sustainable solutions for their fleets and have a little bit of fun, too, during the event’s ride and drive.

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Green's the Thing in 2013

Nearly all the major automakers are offering new or updated green vehicles for the 2013 model-year. Fleet managers have more options to fit their alternative-fuel needs.

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Motor Coach Industries D4500 CT Hybrid

Based on MCI’s D4500 model, the 45-foot D4500 Hybrid relies on the latest clean-diesel engine...

Based on the high-capacity, best-selling D4500, MCI’s 45-foot Hybrid uses the latest clean-diesel engine technology from Cummins along with the Allison Ep50 Electric Drive Propulsion System, delivering increased power, lower noise levels, and significantly reduced carbon emissions.

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FedEx Express' New Fleet Vehicles

FedEx Express is rolling out 4,000 new vehicles, many of which are Mercedes BlueTEC clean diesel...

FedEx's subsidiary FedEx Express is replacing 4,000 vehicles in its fleet. The new vehicles consist primarily of BlueTEC clean diesel Sprinter vans, but the company is also adding Navistar eStar all-electric delivery vehicles, Freightliner eCells, and Ford Transit Connect Electric vans. This gallery shows pictures from FedEx of the new vehicles in its fleet, focusing on the all-electric vehicles.

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Kraft Foods Field-Tests Alt-Fuel Vehicles

Ford Fusion Hybrid

As part of continuing sustainability efforts, the global foods powerhouse is evaluating initial driver response to a pilot test of Ford and Toyota hybrids, the Subaru Forester PZEV, and the diesel-powered VW Jetta in its sales fleet.

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DEF: A New Variable in Managing Truck Fleets

DEF: A New Variable in Managing Truck Fleets

DEF is an acronym for diesel exhaust fluid used by diesel engines incorporating selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology. As of Jan.1, DEF is now required for SCR-diesels to meet 2010 EPA emission standards.