Dominik Beckman, director, marketing and dealer operations for Hino Trucks.
NTEA’s Green Truck Association (GTA) announced the results of its 2021–2022 Board of Governors election.
One of the new board members that will begin a three-year term in March 2021 is Dominik Beckman, director, marketing and dealer operations for Hino Trucks. Established in 2010 as a division of NTEA – GTA is a voice for companies creating vocational trucks and products to help maximize fuel efficiency and mitigate environmental impacts. Over the past 11 years, the Association has made significant strides in improving work truck efficiency and productivity through the development and deployment of strategies to reduce diesel and gasoline consumption. The Board of Governors is responsible for setting organizational policy and strategy, and plays an active role in developing programs and services.
Beckman has been with Hino for eight years and looks forward to joining the Board because he feels it’s an opportunity to drive results aligned with GTA’s and Hino’s common mission to improve vehicle efficiency and associated environmental factors. He envisions GTA as an unbiased industry partner that enables and accelerates the greenest future possible. NTEA had an opportunity to ask a few questions during the election process.
NTEA: What is your reason for wanting to serve on GTA’s Board of Governors?
Beckman: Impact! GTA & Hino Trucks share a common mission to improve vehicle efficiency and the associated environmental factors and serving on the GTA Board of Governors is an opportunity to drive results aligned with this mission. Personally, I am passionate about a greener future, excited for the possibilities it presents, motivated to leap the hurdles, and have the relevant OEM, tier supplier, dealer, and end-customer experience to make a difference.
NTEA: How do you envision GTA serving the industry in the future?
Beckman: I envision the GTA serving as an unbiased partner to the industry that is enabling an accelerating the greenest future possible. GTA will continue to be an essential resource that is uniting industry stakeholders to overcome zero emission headwinds that cannot be solved successfully with the individual effort of any one stakeholder. I also see the GTA as an activist team for a green future in the broadest sense from propulsion solutions, universal charging/fueling infrastructure and cradle-to-grave processes to dealership operations, end customer use optimization and more.
NTEA: What three industry issues are of greatest concern to you?
Beckman: 1) End customer fleet planning & readiness to successfully transition to battery electric and/or fuel cell vehicles. 2) Realizing a sustainable, accessible, and universal EV charging and hydrogen fueling infrastructure nationwide 3) Educating dealers on how to property and safely service the broad spectrum of battery electric and fuel cell technologies coming to market.
For additional information on NTEA’s Green Truck Association visit this link: https://www.ntea.com/NTEA/Who_we_are/Media_resources/Three-new-members-elected-to-GTA-Board-Governors.aspx
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