Participating in this special green issue of Motortruck Fleet Executive is a compliment to the efforts of Natural Resources Canada through its ecoENERGY for Fleets free program introducing fleets to e...
Participating in this special green issue of Motortruck Fleet Executive is a compliment to the efforts of Natural Resources Canada through its ecoENERGY for Fleets free program introducing fleets to energy-efficient practices that can reduce fuel consumption anis program offering free practical advice on how energy-efficient vehicles and business practices can reduce fleet operating costs, improve productivity and increase your competitiveness. Visit: www.fleetsmart.gc.ca
PeopleNet is the leading mobile communications and onboard computing provider in the Canadian marketplace. Serving the unique and specific needs of fleets coast-to-coast and throughout Canada, PeopleNet is known for the customer-driven innovation, unparalleled flexibility, leading edge technology and proactive customer care that gives fleets a real business edge. PeopleNet can reduce out-of-route miles and unnecessary idling while increasing your miles per gallon at every turn–boosting your bottom line and your sustainability initiatives. No matter what you’re hauling.
Great Dane Trailers, the leading manufacturer of semi-trailers, continues to create innovative solutions to today’s trucking needs while also developing environmentally-friendly products. Many of our trailers’ interior panels and scuffband options, including PunctureGuard lining, are made of recyclable materials. Our exclusive ThermoGuard reefer interior lining significantly reduces out-gassing, which greatly improves thermal efficiency and results in fuel savings. Ongoing collaborative efforts between Great Dane, its customers and industry partners continue to improve trailer aerodynamics, reduce drag and gain fuel economy.
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