Motoring Management – Fleet Execs Look Beyond Leasing


With costs rising and lingering supply-chain headaches, fleet operators with linen, uniform and facility services companies across North America are taking a hard look at phasing out leasing in favor of company-owned fleet vehicles, according to recent interviews conducted by TRSA editorial staff.

Schwalb Represents Industry on ACT Expo Panel


Kevin Schwalb, TRSA’s vice president of government relations, was invited to speak at the ACT Expo – the nation’s largest fleet and zero-emission vehicles show. Schwalb was part of a panel presentation on California and other states’ efforts to require zero-emission delivery vehicles. Schwalb shared the panel with Bruce Tuter, supervisor of Region One for the California Air Resources Board (CARB).

CA TRSA Members Discuss Issues Impacting their Fleets


TRSA held a California Roundtable in conjunction with the ACT Expo – a trade show highlighting Zero-Emission Vehicles. During the Roundtable, attendees were updated on the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) recently approved Advanced Clean Fleet Rule, which sets a schedule for California companies to transition to zero-emission fleets. 

Zero-Emission Fleets: ‘The Transition is Happening’


A rising tide of regulatory mandates limiting the use of gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles is making the internal combustion engine an endangered species. Federal and state environmental agencies in jurisdictions such as California are leaving businesses, including linen, uniform and facility services companies, with little choice but to begin converting their fleets to alternative-fuel vehicles.