UPS to Build 15 CNG Stations, Deploy 1,400 CNG Tractors and Delivery Vehicles

Michael G. Malloy
Transport Topics
April 02, 2015

UPS Inc. plans to build 15 compressed natural gas fueling stations to support its purchase and deployment of 1,400 new CNG vehicles over the next year.

Twelve stations will be in new natural-gas deployment areas, and three will replace existing CNG stations with higher-capacity equipment, the company said April 1.

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