Clean Energy Fuels Corp., a company focused on natural gas transportation-fuel products and services, says it has recently signed contracts with a number of carrier fleet operators for compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling services.
New customers include the following:
Premier Transportation: This provider of transportation and logistics solutions for retail department stores and the consumer products industry is deploying CNG trucks in major metropolitan areas and will fuel exclusively at Clean Energy facilities.
Transplace/Glacier Transportation & Logistics: These firms are partnering to roll out a new CNG-powered truck fleet that will transport products such as Sunny Delight and Fruit2O beverages in the Southern California market.
Dillon Transportation LLC: Dillon currently has LNG-powered trucks that deliver raw materials to Owens Corning industrial production plants in Texas and Ohio. The company is now also evaluating the use of LNG trucks – which will fuel exclusively at Clean Energy's LNG stations – for its operations in Florida and Georgia.
C.R. England: The company has deployed a new fleet of Peterbilt LNG trucks to transport products out of Southern California to the Las Vegas area. The trucks feature 15.0 L Cummins-Westport engines and fuel at Clean Energy's LNG stations in the Southwest.
Ryder Dedicated Logistics: Ryder provides product transportation services for Fresh & Easy, a chain of retail grocery stores. The company operates a regional fleet of CNG tractors for Fresh & Easy's Moreno Valley distribution center.
CEVA Logistics: CEVA uses a new fleet of LNG trucks to transport American Honda parts from the Honda distribution center in Ontario, Calif., to dealerships and independent companies throughout greater Los Angeles.
Werner Enterprises: Werner, the nation's 11th largest for-hire carrier, is deploying both CNG and LNG trucks in the Los Angeles area. Its fleet consumes in excess of 100 million gallons of fuel annually.