CSS to help administer clean port programs

Cascade Sierra Solutions (CSS) recently announced that it will help administer clean truck programs at the ports of Charleston, SC, and Tacoma, WA

Cascade Sierra Solutions (CSS) recently announced that it will help administer clean truck programs at the ports of Charleston, SC, and Tacoma, WA.

Marine ports around the country are launching clean truck programs to retrofit and/or retire and replace the oldest drayage trucks serving the ports with newer, cleaner vehicles.

In Charleston, branch manager Harry Johnson II will assume clean port responsibilities at CSS, supported by technical advisor Erin Griesemer. Harry Johnson II joins the organization with ten years of transportation and sales experience. He holds a B.S. degree in management and logistics from Clemson University. He has held positions as a transit driver, fleet manager, and operations director at a logistics company.

In Tacoma, technical advisor Ben Holcomb will bring his experience and knowledge of fleet operations management, logistics coordination and transportation brokerage to the new CSS facility there. Ben was the branch manager for the first CRST location in Portland, OR.

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