New Site Focused on Advanced Clean Transportation News for the Commercial Vehicle Sector
Fleets & Fuels is ceasing publication in its present form as publisher GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates – launches ACT News, an industry-wide collaboration to showcase the trends driving the future of transportation, including connected technologies, efficiency, electrification, clean fuels and more.
The item was initially posted on November 15
The news site was inspired by the incredible innovation and momentum showcased at the annual Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo—North America’s largest advanced transportation technology and clean fleet event—which has become the one-stop shop for thousands of clean transportation stakeholders to network, share industry insight, and make exciting announcements and product debuts.
The ACT Expo series, which commenced in 2011 at Southern California’s Long Beach Convention Center, and has been held too in Dallas and in Washington, D.C., will return to Long Beach April 30-May 3, 2018.
For ACT News, “We’ve partnered with partnered with the industry’s leading transportation, clean fuel, and trucking efficiency associations and non-profits to provide original content that spotlights the core themes influencing market development across a range of fuels/technologies and vehicle applications,” GNA says.
Curating Headlines from Diverse Sources
“We’re curating headlines from our ACT Expo media partners on the latest advanced, clean commercial transportation news.”
Fleets & Fuels commenced publication in March 1994 and over the years distinguished itself by covering world clean vehicle events in locations as diverse as Cologne, Cairo, Kuala Lumpur, Stavanger, Rome, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Osaka and Anaheim.
Subscribe to ACT News here.
F&F Online Until Year-End
As a subscription service, all F&F articles contained contact information for the people making clean transportation a reality – Who Is Selling What to Whom was the publication’s informal mantra.
F&F content from mid-2012 will be available at fleetsandfuels.com until the close of 2017.
Source: GNA/ACT News