In the photo above, Fontaine Modification representatives, from left, Brian Gagnon, Brad Howard, and Wes Lundy, accepted the Council on Environmental Standards Association (CES) award for the support and promotion of sustainable fleet maintenance products, practices, and standards and for honoring inventors’ intellectual properties and inventions. Judy Williams (right), president and CEO of CES, presented the award at the Fontaine modification center in Statesville, North Carolina.
Fontaine Modification, a Marmon Group/Berkshire Hathaway company, received a Council on Environmental Standards Association (CES) recognition award for its support and advancement of environmentally sustainable fleet management.
Judy Williams, CES president and CEO, and James Williams, vice president, presented the 2019 award to Fontaine’s Brad Howard, director of fleet operations, Wes Lundy, purchasing manager, and Brian Gagnon, director of supply chain, in recognition of the company’s support and recommendation of sustainable fleet management products, practices, and protocols to its many customers, which is fulfillment of one of the Association’s operational tenants.
“We cross-reference and refer Council members and like-minded consumers to companies exhibiting strong environmental stewardship—and a commitment to honoring the intellectual properties and ideas of the people who are improving our world—to help build a 360-degree, integrated system of sustainability,” Williams says. “Participants throughout the supply chain have countless opportunities to help grow green fleets across America. When Fontaine and other companies share knowledge and environmentally sound products, practices, and ideas with OEMs and the trucking industry itself, they are promoting and supporting environmentally sustainable fleet management that benefits people, planet, and profit.”
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