“I found the Kenworth summit to be very informative, providing a lot of good, quality information that will help us in our decision how and when to adopt natural gas-powered trucks into our fleet,” said Jeff Villers, a fleet maintenance manager with CTS Inc.
“The summit was a response to our customers’ requests to learn more about natural gas, the natural-gas powered trucks Kenworth offers and about the experiences of customers who have already started using the trucks,” said Jim Moeller, president of CSM Companies, parent company of Wisconsin Kenworth. CSM Companies operates five Wisconsin Kenworth dealership locations in Green Bay, Menomonie, Milwaukee, Mosinee, and Windsor, and Michigan Kenworth locations in Gaylord and Grand Rapids.
Andy Douglas, Kenworth national sales manager for specialty markets, led the summit with a keynote address on the different considerations and choices fleets and truck operators must make before adopting natural gas as an alternative fuel. Douglas also provided information about the growth of natural gas fueling stations along well-traveled transportation routes in the United States and Canada.
Source: Kenworth Truck Company.