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Modine adapts military research to idling engines

Racine, Wis. - Adapting military research on hydrogen-powered refrigeration technology to the trucking industry could make truckers appear a little more environmentally friendly, but only after they stop driving.

When truck drivers traveling cross-country pull over to rest, many leave their engines idling to regulate the temperature of their sleeping cabs. With over 500,000 heavy-d......

Full article >>> oduct could potentially save the trucking industry billions of dollars per year, and the company anticipates that it will have far-ranging uses and applications in numerous other markets.

"We developed this on our own dime," said Michael Wilson, manager of advanced product research at Modine, in a video release. "We felt committed to the technology. We felt committed to new ideas."

Full article >>> In other news, Modine announced the promotions of two executives. Thomas A. Burke, who had served as executive vice president since May of 2005, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer.

Meanwhile, Robert Kampstra was promoted to corporate controller. Kampstra had been with Modine since March of 2006 as assistant controller.


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