At TTSI we are committed to leaving as small a footprint as possible on our precious environment. That's why we are committed to several ecological goals designed to drastically reduce our operational emissions and subsequent environmental pollution.
TTSI co-created the Coalition for Responsible Transportation (CRT) with NYK Logistics and cargo interests with the goal to address environmental issues, implement innovative solutions that alleviate diesel-related emissions, and promote better business practices in communities surrounding our nation's ports.
Our Kenworth T800 LNG Trucks are state-of-the-art, featuring Westport Innovation's High-Pressure Direct Injection (HDPI) technology.
Before the new technologies of the Hydrogen / Electric Engine and Liquid Natural Gas Engines, the first step in transforming TTSI to a green fleet were clean diesel trucks. Extremely powerful with significantly less emissions than standard diesel trucks.
Our goal is to operate a zero-emission fleet that services our customers while being a steward to the environment.
From Strategy to Reality - A Timeline for Sustainability
TTSI's journey from the old standard to leading the way to an emission-free future.
TTSI began its sustainability journey in 2007 by pledging to convert it's entire fleet to CAAP (Clean Air Action Plan) provisions. On May 22 2008, we took delivery of the first 8 Clean LNG Trucks, and by July 2011 had purchased 49 LNG Trucks. As an influencer in the transportation community, TTSI helped form the Coalition for Responsible Transportation who included beneficial cargo owners and transportation companies like TTSI. This coalition used TTSI's framework as a starting point to encourage the move to sustainability and more solutions in the future.
12L CNG Trucks
Based on the revised 2018 CAAP, TTSI begins to lease/purchase 40 - 60 12L, Low NOx, CNG Trucks for Southern CA Drayage Operation.
Assuring Uninterrupted Service for our Customers
Our robust disaster recovery and business continuity plan include policies, tools, and procedures to seamlessly continue vital technology infrastructure, systems, and operations following a natural or human-made disaster.
In the constantly changing technological world we live in today, it is especially important to have these plans in place.
Our manned 24/7 off-site redundant operating facility is monitored 24/7, ready for any disaster, and tested weekly. NIST and Microsoft certified.
The Latest in Sustainability News & Awards
TTSI is proud to announce President Vic La Rosa is a California Air Quality Award Honoree. Vic's commitment to environmental sustainability has always been a top priority, and he's set the ambitious goal of converting the entire fleet to zero or near zero-emission vehicles by 2020. This is a sharp contrast to the 97% of heavy-duty trucks on the road being diesel or gasoline. We're already well on our way.
"We’re going to clean up the trucks that use the ports, rail yards, and warehouses, and Vic is the guy who’s making that happen."
- Joe Lyou, President & CEO, Coalition for Clean Air
Learn more about the Coalition for Clean Air, by reading the full article at ccair.org - the coalition for clean air website. The whole TTSI leadership joined Vic to celebrate at the awards ceremony in the gallery below.
Government Agencies recognized TTSI for its high standards of Excellence, Outstanding Achievements, and Unwavering Commitment and Dedication to restoring clean air to California.