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Need an EV tour guide for the ACT Expo 2022 show in Long Beach? NACFE can help color your trip.

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Industry Engagement Director, North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)

Electric/hybrid MD & HD commercial trucks are just entering the marketplace. With over 3 decades of experience introducing new technologies to the trucking industry, it is a pleasure to be...

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NACFE takes the education of electrification in commercial trucking very seriously. We have a far reaching network of fleets, OEMs, dealerships, suppliers and others engaged in this transformation. If you are attending the huge ACT Expo in Long Beach and would like to have a "tour guide" of some of the products as well as many of the people, please contact or text him at 260-602-5713 and we can make arrangements to meet up in Long Beach CA at the show. 


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