Premier Transportation, which provides logistics solutions to the retail department store and consumer products industries, has deployed a new fleet of CNG-powered heavy-duty Freightliner trucks to serve its customers in the Greater Atlanta area. Expanding to major U.S. metropolitan areas over time, Premier CNG trucks will fuel at Clean Energy’s national network of public access CNG stations.
Hoopes Turf Farm, a sod production and contract truck transportation company, has 10 LNG-powered trucks in service now and plans to transition its entire fleet of 50 trucks to this fuel. These eco-friendly vehicles will increasingly rely on Clean Energy’s network of public access LNG fueling stations, America’s Natural Gas Highway(TM), which will connect major trucking corridors across the country.
Lily Transportation Corp., a Dedicated Contract Carrier providing services to the grocery, retail and industrial sectors, has recently deployed a new fleet of CNG trucks to serve one of its supply chain customers in the Los Angeles area. The vehicles will fuel at Clean Energy’s extensive local network of public access CNG stations.
Lancaster Foods, the largest wholesale produce company in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region, has begun its transition to natural gas power with a new fleet of temperature-sensitive refrigerated trucks. The Clean Energy CNG public access station at Baltimore/Washington, DC International Airport will provide fueling service to the Lancaster trucks.
Source: Clean Energy Fuels