Penske Truck Leasing holds forums on emissions technology

Christopher Goodfellow - 31 August 2010

Penske Truck Leasing is holding a series of Discovery Forums through August and September to help educate fleet owners and managers about the latest emissions technology, maintenance, finance options and fuel management.

The first were held in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia in August and the company will release more dates shortly, according to a spokesperson.

Chris Anderholm, Carolinas Area Vice President at Penske, said: "Commercial truck fleets need to prepare for growth again as the economy rebounds and to be able to respond to key industry issues related to fleet financing and greater environmental and safety regulations."

In July Air1 became one of Penske's primary Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) suppliers.

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