Roush CleanTech announced Wednesday that its staff had hit 80 people, up from six in 2010.
The propane industry, food and beverage distributors, logistics companies, tree servicing companies and public utilities are just a few examples of fleets to benefit from the Roush CleanTech propane autogas powered Ford F-650 chassis cab fuel system.
At the NTEA Work Truck Show today, Dish unveiled the first of 200 Roush CleanTech propane autogas-fueled Ford E-250 cargo vans that will enter the company’s fleet in 2013.
Proving that transporting people can be both economical and environmentally friendly, Los Angeles-based SuperShuttle celebrated the unveiling of its 75th propane gas shuttle last week, with technology from Livonia-based Roush CleanTech
At Wright & Filippis, Michigan’s largest provider of home health care products and services, fleet vehicles annually travel more than 975,000 miles. But now Wright & Filippis, capitalizing on a grant administered by the Clean Energy Coalition, has used Livonia-based Roush CleanTech to outfit 12 delivery vehicles with propane gas tanks.