ARI’s Craig Neuber Named a Sustainability All-Star by Green Fleet Magazine
Mount Laurel, NJ (October 9, 2012) – ARI®, a leading global fleet services provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, today announced that Craig Neuber, director of strategic consulting for ARI, was recognized as a 2012 Sustainability All-Star by Green Fleet magazine. Neuber was honored at the Green Fleet Conference held October 2 – 3 in Schaumberg, IL.
“I would like to congratulate Craig on this significant honor,” said Bill Kwelty, senior vice president and Chief Quality Officer for ARI. “His efforts to champion environmentally sound policies and practices both within ARI and through the programs we offer our clients distinguish him as a leader and, more important, will have a meaningful impact on the long term health of our planet.”
This is the second annual listing of Sustainability All-Stars by Green Fleet magazine, which evaluated this year’s nominees on professional longevity, significant sustainability achievements, innovation, and overall industry involvement. The final list of All-Stars represent fleet professionals who have reduced greenhouse gas emissions, created green fleet and sustainability policies, and dedicated their time and energy to ensuring the path to sustainability is clear.
Neuber is Director of Strategic Consulting for ARI. In his more than 13 years in the fleet industry, he has developed, supported and been intricately involved with programs that support and promote sustainability. He conducted the rollout of ARI’s Environmental Management System and now directs internal sustainability, waste mitigation, and energy efficiency efforts. He also manages ARI EnviroFleet®, a broad-based environmental consulting program staffed with specialized analysts who work with fleets to identify opportunities to reduce fuel consumption, integrate alternative fuels, positively modify driver behavior, measure emissions, and verify regulatory compliance, and serves as the ARI representative for partnerships with Smartway Transport, CALSTART, and multiple Clean Cities coalitions.