Green fleets today are in a market that is a far cry from a few years ago, when diesel prices were soaring and much cheaper alternative fuels, especially compressed natural gas, seemed on the verge of going mainstream.
On Thursday, October 23, Don Hayden, CEO of M&M Cartage, will be a member of the “Heavy Weight Champs: All about Trucks and Buses” panel at the Southeast Alternative Fuels Conference & Expo in Raleigh, NC.
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M&M Cartage was noted in the Sustain Louisville 2013 Progress Report (see page 16) as part of the Louisville Metro Government’s initiative to explore opportunities to convert the city’s heavy-duty fleet vehicles to compressed natural gas (CNG).
In 1972, Don Hayden began working at M&M Cartage under his father’s tutelage. Hayden always enjoyed working for his dad and being around trucks. Diesel must have been in his blood, he says. In the late 1990s, Hayden was the one making the decisions and on his way to becoming chief executive officer of the Read More
M&M Cartage was honored to be the winner of the Greenest Freight Fleet award, part of the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition’s “Green Fleets of the Bluegrass” cornerstone project.
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M & M Cartage Co. Inc. is aiming to become a national leader in “green” transportation by investing in new compressed natural gas trucks and building a new headquarters in support of the fleet. Company leaders, as well as city and state government officials, held a news conference at the company’s Louisville headquarters today to Read More
Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition Board of Directors