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Infinity Transportation Logistics earns SmartWay Transport Partner status

Infinity Transportation Logistics earns SmartWay Transport Partner status

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently approved Infinity Transportation Logistics LLC (ITL) as a SmartWay Transport Partner for reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions.

Launched by the EPA in 2004, SmartWay Transport Partnership promotes environmentally cleaner, more fuel-efficient transportation options, and is a collaboration between the EPA and the freight industry to voluntarily achieve improved fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution from freight transport.

The SmartWay program is beneficial for ITL and its customers since it helps reduce fuel consumption, saves money, and has a positive impact on the environment. As a result, the firm is highly committed to this partnership and is working to further improve fuel-efficiency and emission control technologies for its intermodal container fleet.

ITL provides eastbound temperature-controlled door-to-door domestic intermodal service from Washington state and Oregon to these Midwest and East Coast destinations or locations: Illinois (Greater Chicago and surrounding areas including western Michigan, southern Wisconsin, and northern Indiana); New York (Buffalo area, New York City and its boroughs); Pennsylvania (Chambersburg, Harrisburg, and Philadelphia areas); Maryland (greater Baltimore area); Massachusetts (Boston and Springfield areas); Georgia (greater Atlanta area); Florida (Jacksonville, Orlando, and Tampa Bay areas), and the greater Toronto area of Canada.

To continue to raise awareness about its expedited domestic temperature-controlled intermodal service, ITL will be attending/participating this autumn at these conferences:

•Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) Intermodal Expo, from September 18-20 in Houston TX

•Produce Marketing Association (PMA) Fresh Summit, from October 14-16 in Orlando FL

•National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association Convention, from October 22-25 in Washington DC

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