LNG Powered Tractor
LNG Powered Tractor

About Us
Green Fleet Systems started simply as an idea to find a potential market for the operation of alternative-fuel powered tractors. After much research it soon became apparent that a professionally organized drayage company, operating clean burning vehicles out of the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, had the potential to become a market leader.

The company’s first big step came in September 2007, when GFS was awarded a grant subsidy for fourteen LNG powered tractors by the Port of Los Angeles under the Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). The CAAP is an aggressive measure taken by the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to drastically reduce emissions from trucks and other forms of transportation in the Southern California Basin. The plan’s proposition is to reduce overall air emissions from diesel trucks by 50 percent in 5 years by helping to finance a new generation of clean or retrofitted vehicles.

Four months later, in January 2008, Green Fleet Systems acquired Pac-Rim Container Service, Inc., a leader in the harbor drayage business for over 20 years. Having taken over full operations of Pac-Rim’s assets, Green Fleet Systems is currently servicing all former customers of Pac-Rim, with the intention of growing our business further by:

Offering flexible solutions for our clients
Providing outstanding service levels
Ensuring the highest safety standards
Use of alternative fuel (LNG) tractors
Continued growth through targeted acquisitions

The GFS management team has more than 60 combined years of transportation and warehousing experience. Our knowledge and experience means that we can meet any challenge head on and offer solutions that will benefit our customers.

Our customers are engaged in a variety of industries. Some of the many commodities we handle are electronics, health care products, automotive parts, toys, sporting goods and tools.

Green Fleet Systems
As our name implies, Green Fleet Systems is committed to being one of the first “green” trucking companies operating clean burning, environmentally friendly fuel trucks in the ports. The need to reduce pollution from outdated diesel fuel vehicles is one of the most important environmental issues facing port business today, and we are proud to have the opportunity to participate in one of the most innovative efforts to clean up the air quality in and around the ports.

Our goal is to implement LNG tractors into our existing fleet during 2008, and to continue to add more alternative fuel vehicles to our fleet during the next few years.