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Staples to Discuss 30% Fleet Fuel Usage Reduction

February 01, 2007

MIAMI – Michael Payette, fleet equipment manager for Staples Inc., will present an industry case study about the results and lessons learned from a fuel review in 2006 at the upcoming eyefortransport Effective Fuel Management for Fleets Conference. The event will take place at the Miami Radisson Hotel, Feb. 20-21, 2007.The keynote will discuss the steps Staples took to review its fuel management program and reduce diesel consumption by 700,000 gallons per year within its current fleet.
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