ACT Expo announces sponsors for 2012 event

Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo organizer Gladstein, Neandross & Associates announced the sponsors for the 2012 ACT Expo, yesterday. The event, presented in conjunction with the U.S. Dept. of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, will be held May 15-17 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA. ACT Expo is held every spring to help provide attendees with the latest information on all alternative fuel types and clean vehicle technologies across a broad range of applications.

Platinum sponsors for the 2012 ACT Expo include: Freightliner Trucks, Kenworth Truck Company, and Peterbilt Motors Company; Trillium USA; the South Coast Air Quality Management District, and Fleet Owner .

Additional sponsors include: Southern California Gas Company, San Diego Gas and Electric, American Honda Motor Company, Ford Motor Company, Hino Trucks, BYD Trucks, Chrysler Fleet, Electric Vehicles International, IMPCO Automotive, Isuzu Trucks, Landi Renzo USA, Toyota Motor Sales, Mack Trucks, Westport Innovations, Agility Fuel Systems, Eaton Vehicle Group, and RSC Bio Solutions as well as others.

More than 150 exhibitors are expected to also participate, representing vehicle, equipment and engine manufacturers, technology providers, fuel suppliers, infrastructure developers and more. Keynote speakers, plenary and breakout sessions, networking events, technical tours and a ride and drive event will also be a part of the program. 

Gladstein, Neandross & Associates has organized other clean transportation technology events, including the national Faster Freight – Cleaner Air conference series; the Low Carbon Fuels conference series; the Clean Vehicle Technologies Expo; the Low Carbon Fuels Expo; the National Biomethane Summit and the Natural Gas Vehicles Fleet Summit.

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