AEE Georgia

UPS Green Fleet

  • March 25, 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Wyndham Atlanta Galleria


  • AEE Georgia Chapter Member
  • Rate for non-chapter members.
Mike Britt from UPS will discuss their experience with alternative fueled vehicles.  UPS has at least 4 different technologies across 2,500 vehicles to reduce gasoline usage.

Michael is the Director of Maintenance and Engineering for UPS.
  He has spent 26 years at UPS. He has worked in different capacities spending time in operations, industrial engineering and automotive engineering. For 10 years he worked in California as the Region Automotive Engineering Manager and has a clear understanding of the environmental concerns in that state. Michael has led efforts in alternative fuel projects and technology development for the domestic fleet and recently for the international fleet. These projects include compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, propane, electric technology, hydrogen fuel cells, and hybrid vehicle development including both hybrid electric and hydraulic hybrid technologies.

Presently, he manages maintenance and engineering for all international operations and continues to manage fleet sustainability issues in the U.S. 

He is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Technical Advisory Group to the America Trucking Association, Clean Cites Board Member and served with The United Way as a member of the Board of Directors in several California locations.

Michael holds a B.S. degree in Automotive Technology and a M.B.A. in Management.

2013 AEE Georgia Chapter
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