AmeriFleet Transportation to Provide EV Charging Stations at 40 U.S. and Canadian Offices
ALPHARETTA, GA - With demand for alternative fuel vehicles continuing to rise, AmeriFleet Transportation announced plans to provide electric vehicle charging stations at each of their forty offices in the U.S. and Canada.
The company will continue to offer project management of logistics and transportation for clients upgrading fleets to electric, hybrid, natural gas or other alternative fuel vehicles. The industry leader in total logistics solutions and transportation services to the fleet management and corporate fleet industry, AmeriFleet is the first and only logistics company to offer large scale dedicated services for alternative fuel vehicles.
“More and more of our customers are incorporating alternative fuel vehicles into their fleets and our goal with these new services is to help make the transition as seamless as possible,” said John Norris, President, AmeriFleet Transportation.
AmeriFleet will have electric vehicle charging capabilities operational beginning this month. This effort will be led by Jon Kent, AmeriFleet’s Vice President of Logistics, a certified EV Charging Station Product Specialist and Installer, enabling AmeriFleet to evaluate, oversee and manage the implementation of EV charging infrastructure for corporations and municipalities.
In addition to the charging stations, AmeriFleet will continue to offer logistical project management services. These services include coordinating with fleet managers and alternative fuel engine installers to ensure the fewest number of vehicles are taken out of service during retrofitting and managing the prompt return of newly equipped vehicles. AmeriFleet will source suppliers of required alternative fuel in route to delivery and handle details such as tag and titling of the vehicles. At the time of delivery, an AmeriFleet Service Delivery Professional will provide new driver instructions ensuring that client drivers are comfortable operating their new “Green Machines.”