Hurricane Harvey Emergency Fueling

Hurricane Harvey Emergency Fueling With Hurricane Harvey now downgraded to a tropical storm those in the wake of the storm are left to pick up the pieces. Fortunately, Texas is the kind of state where neighbors go out on a limb for one another, making rescue efforts and the recovery process more efficient. With rising…

Hurricane Hermine Emergency Fueling

Hurricane Hermine Hammers Florida Emergency Fueling Needs Increase Drastically

Hurricane Hermine Hammers Florida Emergency Fueling Needs Increase Drastically Florida’s fist hurricane in over ten years slams into Florida bringing heavy rain and flooding, spinning off tornado’s. The calls for emergency fueling services has increased along the East Coast as Jaguar Fueling Services responds to the crisis. At its onset the hurricane began its spiral…

cleaner diesel engines

Energy Efficient Diesel Engines Meet Federal Challenges for Commercial Truck Fuel Economy

Energy Efficient Diesel Engines Meet Federal Challenges for Commercial Truck Fuel Economy A large majority of (98%) of worlds largest commercial trucks are powered by diesel fuel burning engines. The key to achieving new federal fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions standards will be the focus many advancements in newer and cleaner diesel technologies. Allen…

What-Are-Fleet-Managers-Worried-About

What Are Fleet Managers Worried About?

In a recent article by Sean Kilcarr in Trucks at Work, Sean interviews Sandeep Kar, the global VP of mobility research with Frost & Sullivan and shares some interesting statistics around what might be on the minds of fleet managers today. The article can be found in its original context at http://fleetowner.com/blog/what-are-fleet-managers-worrying-about dated May 23, 2016.  …