Diesel Tech Industries Ltd. and Creative Truck Performance Ltd. Join Forces to Propel Decarbonization in Saskatchewan’s Class 8 Fleets

Regina, SK – Diesel Tech Industries Ltd. (DTI) and Creative Truck Performance Ltd. (CTP) proudly announce a strategic partnership aimed at advancing the decarbonization efforts within the class 8 fleets of Saskatchewan. The collaboration introduces the Guardian Hydrogen Diesel System, a cutting-edge technology designed to enhance efficiency and reduce emissions in heavy-duty trucking.

Creative Truck Performance Ltd., a locally owned Bulk Fuel Transportation and Truck Repair Shop company based in Regina, Saskatchewan, providing exceptional career opportunities, growth prospects, and a supportive work-life balance. Comprising a team of 2 product experts/trainers, 14 drivers, 3 technicians, and additional support staff, CTP is dedicated to fostering a healthy and inclusive environment for its employees.

“We are extremely excited to be working with DTI and to have the first conventional chassis truck that can utilize Hydrogen.  This project is going to be extremely beneficial for the future of trucking companies in Saskatchewan in all applications” said Evan Grant, Owner.

The Guardian Hydrogen Diesel System, developed by Diesel Tech Industries Ltd., enables the integration of hydrogen as a secondary fuel source in existing diesel engines. This innovative approach not only minimizes greenhouse gas emissions but also ensures cost-effectiveness for fleet operators. The partnership between DTI and CTP signifies a joint commitment to driving positive change in the trucking industry.

“As we embark on this journey with Creative Truck Performance, we are confident that our Guardian Hydrogen Diesel System will play a pivotal role in elevating the efficiency and sustainability of class 8 fleets in Saskatchewan. Together, we are setting new standards for innovation and environmental responsibility,” stated Rebecca Goldsack, COO.

The Alberta Motor Transportation Association (AMTA) and Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) have contributed  a strong collaborative partnership with DTI and CTP, contributing significantly to the development of an innovative ecosystem for hydrogen and trucking.

This collaboration is more than a business endeavor; it’s a joint venture fueled by a shared commitment to drive positive change. Together, we look forward to the tangible impact the Guardian Hydrogen Diesel System will have on reducing emissions, setting a new benchmark for environmental responsibility in Saskatchewan’s Class 8 fleets.