I can't stand FedEx. They're inflexible, won't reroute packages and the closest pickup point is 45 minutes from where I live in the very small city of Chicago. That said their main competitor UPS will begin using hydrogen powered Dodge delivery trucks in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Los Angeles and Sacramento, California. That's a great start and in a business where trucks are left running as the brown shorted drivers dart in and out of buildings its even responsible. Strangely enough the whole thing started with DaimlerChrysler giving a fuel cell outfitted A-Class Mercedes to UPS for morning deliveries. How cool. UPS also says they want the technology in all 88,000 of their vehicles, one day.
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