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ACT Expo 2013 Draws Record Crowd

July 2, 2013 in Conference/Meeting by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

North America’s Premier & Best Attended Alternative Fuels Event,
ShowTimes by CTN Publishing and F&F Provides Solid Summation

ACT Expo organizer (and Fleets & Fuels publisher) GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates – is still counting but fully expects to have smashed the 3,000-attendees mark for ACT Expo 2013, which concluded this past Thursday in Washington, D.C.

ACT Expo drew more than 3,000 people to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. last week, where CTN Publishing and Fleets & Fuels collaborated on two live, fact-filled issues of ShowTimes.

ACT Expo drew more than 3,000 people to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. last week, where CTN Publishing and Fleets & Fuels collaborated on two live, fact-filled issues of ShowTimes.

The tally makes the 2013 Alternative Clean Transportation conference and exhibition by far and away North America’s premier and best attended alternative fuels event.

“We’d like to thank our sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and attendees for a terrific event in Washington,” said Erik Neandross, CEO at organizer Gladstein, Neandross and Association.

San Francisco-based CTN Publishing, collaborating with GNA’s Fleets & Fuels, produced two live – and lively – ShowTimes news magazines at ACT Expo.

Among the standout headlines,

  • ANGA Promotes CNG for Consumers – Roadshow Aims to Create CNG Demand
  • Agility for Back-of-Cab CNG
  • Alliance Autogas Tops 600
  • Amp Rides in on Workhorse
  • Argentoil’s Type IV Inflex Tank
  • AT&T Saves with CNG
  • Atlas Copco for CNG Compression
  • Bauer Broadens Its CNG Range
  • Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Join Forces
  • Bolder EV Claims the First V2G for Battery Trucks
  • Clean Cities: ‘No Coalition Is an Island’
  • Clean Cities: Cutting Petroleum Use in Transportation for 20 Years
  • Clean Energy Enters Rail
  • Clean Energy Fuels Buys Mansfield-GESI
  • ClipperCreek for ‘Highest Power’ EV Charger
  • CNG In A Box Leads GE’s Strategy
  • CNG One Source Buys ESI
  • CNGci Claims Fast-Fill ‘Game-Changer’
  • EcoDual Names Donoughe CEO
  • Edging to the Lead (Roush CleanTech at NASCAR)
  • Encana’s MFS for LNG
  • eNow Solar for Mitsubishi Fuso
  • ‘We Got a Check,’ Says EVGrid (V2G Breakthrough)
  • Four Points of View on Cleaner Fuel
  • Frito-Lay Win Cements Questar’s Expansion
  • Galileo Cryobox for ‘World’s Fastest Ship’
  • GreenLine Unveils New CNG Compressor
  • Hexagon Lincoln Reports Orders
  • Hexagon Lincoln to Double, Again
  • Hino Hybrid Branches East
  • Honda Comes with Four Types of AFV
  • Honda Unveils 2013 Civic Natural Gas
  • Impco Adds Ford Ship-Thru, GM Crew Cab Pickup Trucks
  • ISX12 G: The Key to the Highway
  • JBS Wins Green Fleet of the Year Award
  • Landoi Renzo USA for Dual Fuel DDC
  • LNG Trucks Via Blu and PacLease
  • Luxfer Launching G-stor Pro Line
  • 3M Unveils Larger CNG Cylinder
  • New Eagle Party Becomes a Trade Show
  • New Players, New Processes (in CNG Cylinders)
  • NGVAmerica in Atlanta
  • Odyne for Plug-In Trucks
  • Penske for Alpha Baking Roush Trucks
  • Penske Truck Leasing Orders 100 NGVs
  • PERC Mowers to Maintain the Mall
  • Propane Power Makes It Possible
  • REG Resurgence Thanks to LCFS
  • Roush Blue Birds for Tippecanoe School Corp
  • Ryder Places 39 More NGVs
  • Saddle Creek is Taking Ten Freightliners (deal signed at the show!)
  • TravelCenters of America ad Shell for LNG Trucks
  • Trillium CNG Demonstrates Hydraulic Intensifier
  • Trillium Wins the Frito War
  • Trucks Just Part of Shell Oil’s LNG
  • UPS Commits to 700 More LNG-Fueled Trucks
  • 180,000 Vehicles! (U.S. Post Office)
  • Volvo BioDME with Oberon
  • Westport Enters Rail with Tenders
  • Why Southern California Gas Likes NGVs
  • Wrightspeed Opens Show
  • XL Hybrids for FedEx
  • Xperion for Audi and Volvo

Missed it? Both ShowTimes issues are available on the web, in both PDF and flip-book format: click here

Next year, back to California. ACT Expo 2014, to be co-located with NGV Global 2014, the world natural gas vehicles meeting, will be held May 5-9, 2014 in Long Beach, Calif.

GNA, (sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities), Tony Quist, 310-573-8564 or toll-free 800-993-0302; mobile 310-756-9173; [email protected]

GNA, Sarah Gallagher, 310-573-8561; mobile 310-752-3033; [email protected];;

NGV Global (IANGV, Argentina), Diego Goldin, +54-11-4794-0067; [email protected];

ShowTimes, publisher Kirk Fetzer, 415-385-0987; [email protected];

Source: ShowTimes/Fleets & Fuels at ACT Expo 2013 in Washington, D.C.



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