Is it a bunch of hype, a fad, or a realistic trend in the livery industry? LCT asks operators around the country what they are doing to “Go Green”
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While Green Ride Global made its mark among limousine operators, its experience and client list spans multiple transportation sectors. Since its inception, the company has helped operators in the ground transportation industries go green.
The three initial investors who started Advantage Funding, have turned it into a multi-million-dollar business.
The bus industry has also been promoting green programs and reward-green efforts. Motor Coach Industries, the United Motorcoach Association and the American Bus Association have introduced programs such as educational materials, awards for successful initiatives and promotional campaigns.
A green program can help the environment and inspire the media coverage and marketing campaigns for brand building.
How a business handles its effects on the environment is becoming just as important as cost, quality, and service.
Reviewing new product options and adjusting fuel formulas, as well as going paperless at the office, are some of the ways these companies have strengthened their green programs.
Is it a bunch of hype, a fad, or a realistic trend in the livery industry? LCT asks operators around the country what they are doing to “Go Green.”
When gas prices exceeded $4 per gallon last year, “going green” took on a renewed urgency.
Just like chauffeured transportation, the bus industry is working on establishing clean green programs and getting out the word to customers.