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AT&T, WebTech help two US ports curb air pollution

Under the terms of the agreement, AT&T Business and WebTech will provide a wireless vehicle tracking and monitoring solution that supports the ports’ Clean Trucks Program. The initial phase of the tracking system includes the installation of 600 WebTech Locators in new trucks and is available immediately to program applicants.

Denita Willoughby, vice president of AT&T External Affairs of the Greater Los Angeles area, said: This initiative reinforces our commitment to provide innovative solutions that enable our customers to increase efficiency and productivity while also reducing carbon emissions. AT&T is proud to work with the cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach on this effort to help reduce emissions and improve air quality in the region.

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