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EcoDual Via Freightliner of Arizona

November 13, 2012 in CNG, Dual Fuel, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Agreement Covers Dealerships in Phoenix Area, Flagstaff and Tucson

Busy EcoDual reports a distribution and servicing agreement for Freightliner of Arizona to deliver and support the EcoDual line of dual fuel heavy duty engine conversion systems.

EcoDual has a new a distribution and service agreement with Freightliner of Arizona, which has dealerships in Tolleson (west Phoenix; shown), Chandler, Flagstaff and Tucson.

“Freightliner of Arizona connects EcoDual directly into the largest original-equipment truck network in the U.S.,” EcoDual CEO and president Scott Myers said in a release.

“Freightliner of Arizona will be the conduit for bringing together a national network of Freightliner dealers to sell and support the EcoDual product line. This partnership reinforces EcoDual’s position as the best supported dual fuel conversion system providing a 2 year/250,000 mile warranty and lease-to-own financing for immediate fuel savings,” Myers said.

Freightliner of Arizona has dealerships in Tolleson (west Phoenix), Chandler, (south of Phoenix) Flagstaff and Tucson.

NGV Fueling Too

“EcoDual natural gas conversion delivers tremendous fuel cost savings to our customers,” Freightliner of Arizona owner and president Danny Cuzick says in the EcoDual announcement. “Additionally, we are building a network of natural gas stations through our sister company, Evo CNG.

“The EcoDual conversions will enable many more fleet owners to use our CNG stations and reap the cost-reduction benefits of lower-priced natural gas,” Cuzick said.

EcoDual says that its natural gas-to-diesel fuel substitution rate “is the highest among all available dual fuel conversion kits, providing enormous fuel cost savings of 30% and the shortest return on investment.

“The cost of the dual fuel system is often recovered in operational savings within one year without any government incentives,” EcoDual says.


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Source: EcoDual release with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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