G&K Services brings hybrid electric delivery trucks in to its fleet

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G&K Services brings hybrid electric delivery trucks in to its fleet

By Greentech Lead America: G&K Services, a branded
uniform and facility services programs provider in the United States, has
launched a pilot program to test hybrid electric trucks in its fleet of
delivery vehicles. The company has brought hybrid electric diesel step vans
into service in its locations in Northern California.

 The new hybrid
trucks are expected to reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions
compared to conventional delivery vehicles.

“We are excited to get these new hybrid trucks on
the road, making deliveries to our customers. G&K is focused on both maximizing
the fuel economy of our delivery fleet and being good stewards of the
environment,” said Dick Stutz, G&K’s senior vice president of
operations.

G&K will work closely with the State of California
and the vehicle manufacturers to track and analyze the performance of these
vehicles and assess the technology for broader use.

The new vehicles were obtained in partnership with the
State of California’s Hybrid Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP).

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