Leaders from Oklahoma City-based Love’s Travel Stops and compressed natural gas (CNG) veteran Trillium CNG unveiled the companies’ new consolidated logo yesterday at the sixth-annual ACTExpo in Long Beach, Calif., following Love’s recent acquisition of Trillium.
“Together, Love’s and Trillium are positioned to serve more types of customers in more parts of the country,” says Bill Cashmareck, general manager of natural gas for Love’s. “Trillium brings 20 years of experience serving customers in the refuse and transit space, while Love’s has strong relationships with fleets. The ACT Expo is a perfect place for us to debut our combined offerings publicly and show customers how we can save them on their cost per mile.”
Love’s says that Trillium, which offers station design, construction, and operations and maintenance services, provides fuel for thousands of natural gas vehicles daily and delivers more than 55 million gallons of CNG per year.
According to Love’s, the company sites its CNG facilities along busy interstates and highways to give motorists quick and easy access to safe places to park, quick-service restaurants, showers, electronics, snacks, and other driver services and amenities. Love’s asserts that its fast-fill CNG gives professional drivers diesel-like fill times.
Together, Love’s and Trillium now operate 65 public-access CNG facilities. Per the acquisition, Trillium’s rapid response maintenance team will service all Love’s and Trillium locations to ensure ongoing maximum fill times and performance.