Fleetguard adds customers in Pacific Northwest

Fleetguard Emission Solutions said it recently delivered nearly 500 new orders for diesel particulate filters in the Pacific Northwest. The company said its new customers include King County Metro Transit, the City of Seattle, Skagit Transit of Skagit County (WA), Whatcom Transit Authority in Bellingham (WA) and ARAMARK in Denali National Park in Alaska. "This opportunity is just the beginning of

Fleetguard Emission Solutions said it recently delivered nearly 500 new orders for diesel particulate filters in the Pacific Northwest.

The company said its new customers include King County Metro Transit, the City of Seattle, Skagit Transit of Skagit County (WA), Whatcom Transit Authority in Bellingham (WA) and ARAMARK in Denali National Park in Alaska.

"This opportunity is just the beginning of what we expect to see in other areas of the country as a very practical way to greatly reduce diesel engine emissions on products which are already in service," said Marty Chiaramonte, global retrofit business leader for Fleetguard Emission Solutions.

The new orders come on top of a $400,000 investment made in July 2001 to help underwrite the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency's Diesel Solutions Program, which was designed to demonstrate the ability to retrofit existing fleets of diesel engines to improve emissions.

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