Dana Incorporated Chairman and CEO Jim Kamsickas will present a keynote address at the 12th annual ACT Expo, taking place May 1-4, 2023, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California. ACT Expo, the annual gathering place for fleet executives focused on implementing solutions that deliver both economic and environmental sustainability, will bring a number of innovative speakers to this year’s main stage.
Kamsickas will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the commercial vehicle market as it moves toward adopting low- and zero-emission solutions, helping attendees gain perspective on the latest factors affecting their fleets when he takes the stage act this year’s event.
“It’s an incredibly exciting time in the industry as fleets work to increasingly integrate more sustainable transport solutions into their operations,” said Erik Neandross, CEO at Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), the nation’s leading clean transportation and energy consulting firm and the producer of ACT Expo. “We are excited to hear from an industry leader about the technologies being engineered into today’s most cutting-edge zero-emission vehicles and how these products will shape the future of the commercial transport sector.”
A global leader in drivetrain and e-Propulsion systems, Dana engineers, manufactures, and distributes power-conveyance and energy-management solutions for commercial vehicles. The company has actively worked towards creating a more sustainable future, taking strategic steps toward minimizing the environmental impact of its operations, supply chain, and vehicle component product line.
ACT Expo’s four-day, fleet-focused agenda with 18 educational sessions and six workshops will highlight the continued acceleration the transportation industry is experiencing on the road to decarbonization. Shortly after Kamsickas’ keynote on the multiple pathways to sustainable fleet transportation, the 2023 State of Sustainable Fleets report will be released, highlighting key trends in fleet adoption of alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technology, including battery-electric, fuel cell, renewable natural gas, renewable propane, renewable diesel, and more. View this year’s full agenda today.