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J. Rayl Looks to CNG Trucks

October 15, 2012 in CNG, Fleet Order, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

EcoDual Conversions to Play a Role with Akron-Based Hauler

Ohio’s J. Rayl Transport is looking to switch its fleet of some 200 trucks to compressed natural gas, beginning with about 75 vehicles including an unspecified number of conversions to dual fuel operation.

“We hope to convert our entire fleet, but only after the first 75 units prove successful as well as the retrofitted engines,” says CEO Jeremy Rayl.

Ohio’s J. Rayl Transport is planning a transition to CNG fuel.

Plans for the trucks and a private CNG fueling station in Akron were disclosed at the recent Natural Gas Vehicle Summit in Columbus.

Rayl Wants the New 12-Liter

“The conversion partner is EcoDual and we currently are negotiating with Vocational Energy for the fueling station,” Rayl told F&F. According to NGVAmerica and published reports, the facility will cost some $1.7 million.

J. Rayl is working with dealers including Young Truck Sales in Canton, Ohio, which handles Freightliner and Volvo vehicles. “The type of trucks depends on the manufacturers’ ability to deliver,” says CEO Rayl.

All, he says, are to have the new 11.9-liter ISX12 G engine from Cummins Westport, which becomes available next year.


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Bryan Rafferty is director of business and carrier development at J. Rayl Transport.

J. Rayl Transport, CEO Jeremy Rayl, 330-784-1134. ext 3234; [email protected]

J. Rayl, Matt Selby, 330-784-1134, ext 3264; [email protected]; www.jrayl.com

EcoDual (east), Ira Dorfman, 202-255-6050; [email protected]

EcoDual, VP Doug Thomson, 617-548-7420; [email protected]; www.ecodualgroup.com

Vocational Energy, president Scott Edelbach, 813-545-1343; [email protected] or [email protected]; www.vocationalenergy.com

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Source: NGVAmerica with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

 

 

 

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