Watch as commercial fleet professionals share their insights and real-world experiences across a wide spectrum of advanced clean vehicle technologies and alternative fuels. Learn what these fleet operators gain from attending ACT Expo, including peer-to-peer learning, networking opportunities, valuable business insight, and more.
Jimmy Nevarez, Owner
Meet a Freightliner Team Run Smart Pro, building Freightliner product credibility in a real-world fleet scenario, hauling freight with a Freightliner Cascadia 113 powered by the Cummins Westport ISX-12G dedicated natural gas engine.
Marty Mitchell, Director of Maintenance
Gain insight from a Southern California refuse collection, recycling and sweeping services provider, operating Autocar trucks with the Cummins Westport ISL G Near Zero engine, fueled with renewable natural gas.
Gary Maresca, Senior Director of Fleet Services and Arthur Par, Fleet Manager
Meet fleet professionals from the largest bakery in the world, operating propane and CNG fueled route trucks and class 8 tractors to demonstrate their commitment to a sustainable fleet and future.
Steve Lode, Vice President
Learn from a cement supplier and industry leader in energy conservation and air technology, fueling a renewable future with RNG, operating cement mixers with the Cummins Westport ISL G Near Zero engine.
Mark Matheson, President and CEO
Gain insight from a company that transports mail for the US postal service, operating 50 natural gas class 8 tractors, with drivers that haul heavy loads over Donner Pass every day and are happy with the Cummins Westport 12-liter natural gas engine.
Dean Stapleton, Senior Manager, Alternative Fuels
Penske Truck Leasing demonstrates their Freightliner M2 106 with the Cummins Westport natural gas engine, furthering their 25-year commitment to alternative fuels, with vehicles in all classes and alternative fuel options.
Vic LaRosa, CEO and President
Hear from a harbor drayage company that hauls containers from the Southern California ports, with class 8 tractors powered by hydrogen fuel cells, natural gas, and battery electric.