LOS ANGELES, July 8, 2015/ PRNewswire/– Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) will certainly team with the California Trucking Association (CTA), the nation’s largest state trucking association, to aid broaden the awareness of the financial and ecological advantages of gas and alternative fuels for heavy-duty trucking and items activity. “We recognize the important significance of the trucking industry to California and value the hard work of truck owner-operators, fleet owner-operators, and nationwide and worldwide carriers in keeping items motion flowing and our state’s economy healthy,” said Rodger Schwecke, vice president of customer solutions for SoCalGas. “SoCalGas is kindlied to join with the California Trucking Association to aid its members find out more about the lots of ways gas fueling and clean gas engine technologies can help them save cash, tidy up our air, and mitigate the ecological effect of goods movement.” “The California Trucking Association is excited to welcome Southern California Gas Company as our latest Executive Circle Club Partner and acknowledges the significance of gas to the continued success of the trucking industry. Trucks bring the majority of the tonnage and value of freight in the United States and CTA welcomes SoCalGas’ support of our objective as the voice of trucking in California,” said Shawn Yadon, CEO of CTA. A recent report by the Consumer Federation of America reveals fuel expenses are the single biggest element of transportation expenses, representing over one-third of the overall expense. As transportation costs travel through to consumers, fuel is the largest component of the pass-through. Decreasing transportation fuel expense advantages consumers and the resulting net savings for consumers gives them more discretionary earnings, which stimulates financial activity in other sectors to produce a substantial favorable economic multiplier. Natural gas is among the most cost effective and cleanest burning alternative fuels avai …
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International Truck has started providing a hardware and service credit to fleet buyers who add an authorized telematics system to their truck, the business has actually revealed. The business will certainly credit fleets towards the installation of telematics hardware, two years of data service, and include its OnCommand Connection automobile diagnostics system through the program. Fleets need to utilize an approved, incorporated telematics company for the full credit, according to the company. The company will certainly provide a partial credit toward hardware and data service with non-approved vendors. The credit bundle enters into impact on new orders positioned given that July 1 in the U.S. and Canada, and will be offered to customers buying directly through International Truck dealers. SHARING DEVICES |Print Subscribe Picture of International Durastar 4400 through Jason Lawrence/Flickr. International Truck has actually begun offering a hardware and service credit to fleet buyers who add an approved telematics system to their truck, the business has announced.The business will credit fleets toward the installation of telematics hardware, 2 years of information service, and include its OnCommand Connection automobile diagnostics system through the program. Fleets must use an authorized, incorporated telematics provider for the complete credit, according to the business. The business will offer a partial credit towards hardware and data service with non-approved vendors.The credit package goes into impact on brand-new orders put because July 1 in the U.S. and Canada, and will certainly be readily available to customers purchasing straight through International Truck dealerships. Tags: International Trucks We offer e-newsletters that provide targeted news and information for the entire fleet market … See all stories on this topic
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