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ROUSH CleanTech, a company focused on propane autogas vehicle technology, has appointed Randy Veenhoven executive director of sales for public transit.

Veenhoven has spent 25 years serving the mass transit industry. He was most recently a regional sales manager for USSC Group, and he previously held various positions with American Seating and ISE Corp. Veenhoven has also served on many state transportation boards, including in Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.

"Randy is a seasoned professional in the public transit industry, possessing a wealth of knowledge, experience and real-world connections," says Todd Mouw, vice president of sales and marketing for ROUSH CleanTech. "The public transit industry is challenged to service a wide variety of local and urban transportation needs - not an easy task in today's economic environment. Propane autogas is an ideal alternative fuel choice, as it substantially reduces operating and maintenance costs, and emissions."


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