“Working with VNG positions us to provide enhanced alternative fuel solutions for our clients,” said Bob Sandler, vice president, Enterprise Consulting and Analytics, PHH Arval. “In addition, by targeting high-traffic areas of the fleets we manage, we can work with VNG to provide compressed natural gas fueling where it’s most needed.”
VNG co-locates CNG fueling equipment within existing gasoline stations convenient to fleet routes at no cost to the fleet operator. VNG takes responsibility for the ownership and operation of the fueling facilities.
“Our relationship with PHH will allow light-duty fleet operators to transition to NGVs with confidence that accessible, convenient and high-quality CNG fueling facilities will be available,” said Robert Friedman, chief operating officer of VNG.
Source: PHH Arval