The adoption of stringent emission regulations across regions to safeguard the environment is a prominent factor transforming the commercial trucks industry, according to Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Truck OEM Strategies for GHG/CO2 Regulation Compliance, 2020-2030.

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are exploring advanced internal combustion engine (ICE) concepts, energy recovery systems, advanced aerodynamics and driver assistance systems to improve fuel efficiency. Globally, 2.37 million powertrain units are expected to be sold by 2030 that will include 1.8 million units of diesel powertrain, 0.57 million units of xEV (which includes hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery-electric and fuel cell-electric vehicles) and natural gas powertrains.

“Innovation in environmental sustainability and digitization are taking center stage,” says Saideep Sudhakar, research manager of mobility practice at Frost & Sullivan. “As a result, connected, shared, autonomous and electric (CASE) are driving the transformation in the commercial trucking industry. The next five to seven years will foresee a strong proliferation of electric trucks. This transformation toward CASE will help achieve a cleaner and safer environment.”

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NGV Global Group owns a remanufacturing facility out of Dallas Texas that specialize in delivering Natural Gas/ Renewable Natural Gas to trucking fleets throughout the United States and internationally.

NGV Global Group recently launched GreenPath Logistics which is a fully alternative Fuel freight forwarding company that delivers freight throughout the DFW and surrounding areas.

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