Titan freight truck


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"One of the best business decisions I’ve ever made."

  • Reducing 1,000 metric tons of CO₂ annually, equivalent to planting 16,535 trees

  • One and a half cent per mile savings in exhaust systems maintenance

  • Fluid usage reduced by 78%

TITAN Freight is reducing its carbon footprint by making one simple switch

In the Pacific Northwest, TITAN Freight Systems is constantly in motion transporting hundreds of goods by truck every day. In addition to guaranteeing fast delivery times and providing low-cost options, the company is also committed to reducing its carbon footprint. In 2020, the Portland, Oregon-based premier carrier took a major step to reduce its fleet emissions by making the switch to Neste MY Renewable Diesel, allowing TITAN to achieve its sustainability goals almost overnight.

3 challenges faced by TITAN Freight

  1. Reduce emissions to achieve TITAN’s sustainability goals

  2. A seamless transition

  3. Maintain or reduce operating costs

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"What we really started to see is a tremendous reduction in operating expenses as far as our maintenance department. We haven’t experienced any regens in our engines since adding the product, we haven’t had to switch out any DPF filters."

Keith Wilson, President & CEO


94% of the fuel used by TITAN’s fleet in Oregon is Neste MY Renewable Diesel. Since 2020, TITAN and Neste have kept 1,000 metric tons of CO₂ out of the atmosphere each year, which is equal to planting 16,535 trees.

How easy was the switch?

“We call it plug and play. You simply pull your fuel cap off, insert the nozzle, and fill your tank up. That’s it.”

- Rob Bennet, Maintenance Supervisor

What impact has it had on operations?

“No changes to the truck. It’s odorless, It’s colorless. I’m no longer a skeptic. I’m sold”

- Rob Bennet, Maintenance Supervisor