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Ameripride Puts Compressed Natural Gas to Work in its Fleet

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  • Ameripride Puts Compressed Natural Gas to Work in its Fleet

    Ameripride Services, a linen and uniform rental company that operates a large fleet of medium-duty commercial vehicles, has deployed five CNG trucks in its service territory in and around Omaha, Neb. READ MORE >

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    conversion completed by Green Alternative Systems. AmeriPride notes that the vehicles are powered by a General Motors 6 L engine, and the tanks have 52 usable gallons of capacity.

    AmeriPride says that it chose the Vancouver market for this initiative based on incentive funding provided by FortisBC that assisted with the costs of CNG conversion for the vehicles. In addition, FortisBC made upgrades to its local CNG fueling infrastructure. Once the new CNG trucks are incorporated into its fleet operations, AmeriPride will have a total of 36 CNG trucks, 16 propane trucks and two electric vehicles in operation across the company, with more to come in the upcoming year: