CLEVELAND – “Brown” is going “green.” United Parcel Service, with 91,000 of its well-known brown package-delivery trucks operating every day worldwide, could derive huge fuel savings from a new fleet of advanced hydraulic hybrid trucks it has started testing in certain regions. Fuel savings could be in the 60% to 70% range on stop-and-go urban routes. UPS is testing an International Truck and Engine Corp.-built delivery truck powered by a 6L V-8 turbodiesel – but without a ...

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