The Greening of Food Fleets:
Becoming Better Environmental Stewards
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April 16, 2014
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Running an environmentally responsible fleet means many different things: reducing emissions and implementing the right technologies, training and controls. A pair of Penske executives will discuss the right way to green your fleet and become an industry leader, the same way they consult Penske customers each and every day.
Running an environmentally responsible fleet means many different things: reducing emissions and implementing the right technologies, training and controls. What does this involve? Considerable reductions in carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and particulate matter emissions. It also means strong fuel economy and creating new idle control standards and utilizing cutting edge aerodynamic technologies. Improvements will come from your entire team's commitment. A pair of Penske executives will discuss the right way to green your fleet and become an industry leader, the same way they consult Penske customers each and every day. Penske, and its customers and carriers, have found success through their strong commitments to the United States Environmental Protection Agency's SmartWay program. In 2013, Penske was given the SmartWay Excellence and Affiliate Challenge Awards.
Vice President – Fuels and Environmental Affairs
Drew Cullen is Vice President – Fuels and Environmental Affairs for Penske. His areas of responsibility include fuel and energy purchasing and management, alternative fuels, utility management, environmental compliance, waste disposal and telecommunications for over 1,000 North America locations.
Cullen also held the title of Vice President -- Environmental and Telecommunication Services for Penske. Upon joining the company in 1995, he has served in a variety of capacities which includes: Manager of Facility Compliance Engineering, Director of Environmental Services and Director of Environmental and Telecommunication Services.
Before joining Penske, Cullen was employed by a leading civil and environmental engineering consulting firm, working on the evaluation, design, and construction of water, sewer, storm water and remediation systems.
A registered professional engineer in California and Massachusetts, Cullen earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering and a master's degree in environmental engineering, both from The Pennsylvania State University.
Vice President – Dedicated Contract Carriage
Tom Scollard is Vice President of Dedicated Contract Carriage for Penske. He is responsible for developing and implementing product line growth and profit strategy. Scollard brings more than 30 years of transportation and logistics experience to the business.
He joined Penske in 2010 as a Strategic Account Executive servicing DCC accounts before being named to his current position.
Prior to joining Penske, he served as Vice President of Sales for Quickway Distribution Services. He also worked at Rollins (prior to its purchase by Penske) as DCC Director of Logistics Sales and in national account sales.
Scollard got his industry start at Lee Way Motor Freight working in operations and sales.
Scollard is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).
He received a bachelor's degree in accounting from Franklin College.