Created April 2015

Produced for Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo

Webinar Description:

No matter the fuel, revolutionary technologies and tactics are advancing the efficiency of heavy-duty fleet operations. Learn about the latest developments in efficiency strategies from industry leaders as they detail key considerations for fleets to optimize fuel cost savings, expected vs. actual performance, varying ROIs, and the operational adjustments that maximize engine efficiency. Trucking Efficiency will also give a special sneak preview of the highly anticipated NACFE Fleet Fuel Study detailing the benefits and challenges of adopting various efficiency technologies, including 6×2 axles, low-resistance tires, idle-reduction devices, electronic engine parameters, and automated transmissions. A collection of Trucking Efficiency’s Confidence Reports and NACFE’s 4th Annual Fleet Fuel Study will be released at ACT Expo.

Speakers:

Mike Roeth
North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)
Mike Roeth is the executive director of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency and leads trucking efficiency operations for the Carbon War Room. He has a Bachelors of Science in engineering from the Ohio State University and a Masters in Organizational Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology. www.nacfe.org
National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium – a Program of West Virginia University

Dave Schaller
North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)
Dave Schaller is the industry engagement manager for the North American Council for Freight Efficiency and has three decades of experience in commercial vehicle product development.  He has a Bachelors of Science in electrical engineering from the Purdue University and a Master of Business Administration from Ball State University. www.nacfe.org

Steve Jarosinski
Schneider
Steve Jarosinski is manager of tractor engineering at Schneider, where he is responsible for base engine, fuel hardware, and preventive maintenance intervals for all Schneider equipment. Mr. Jarosinski received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. www.schneider.com