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cargo -- ESW CleanTech acquires Cleaire Posted: 07 May 2013 09:43:43
ESW CleanTech Incorporated, a manufacturer of verified on-road and off-road diesel emissions control strategies, acquired the assets and product line of Cleaire Advanced Emissions Controls LLC. On April 18, 2013 ESW CleanTech Incorporated (ESW CleanTech), a manufacturer of verified on-road and off-road diesel emissions control strategies, acquired the assets and product line of Cleaire Advanced Emissions Controls LLC (Cleaire). Cleaire ceased operations on January 18, 2013, and ARB has been working with owners, installers, and distributors of Cleaire products to provide continued support for their systems. ARB will continue to work with these parties as well as ESW CleanTech to ensure a smooth transition of ownership and continued product support. ESW CleanTech is committed to providing technical and warranty support to Cleaire customers for their Cleaire products. ESW CleanTech will also remove all remaining original metal cores from LongMile systems. ESW CleanTech has established a Cleaire Product Support line which can be reached at 1-800-398-6105. Additional information can be found at the following website: http://www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/verdev/companies/cleaire/cleairepage.htm For more information regarding the CHE regulation or technical questions concerning the regulation, please visit our website at http://www.arb.ca.gov/cargo or contact Ms. Michele Houghton at 916.327.6779, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. Cherie Rainforth at 916.327.7213, or via e-mail at email@example.com. Background - Mobile Cargo-Handling Equipment at Ports and Intermodal Rail Yards Regulation The regulation applies to all diesel powered cargo handling equipment operating at California’s ports and intermodal rail yards. Cargo-handling equipment is all equipment used to transfer goods or perform maintenance and repairs, and includes: yard trucks (hostlers), rubber-tired gantry cranes, top handlers, side handlers, forklifts, and loaders. Adopted in December 2005, the regulation is designed to reduce diesel particulate matter in communities located near ports and intermodal rail yards.