American Fueling Systems Is Expanding in Georgia
Atlanta-based American Fueling Systems is supporting Savannah Distributing’s foray into natural gas trucking, providing fueling for the beverage company’s converted Ford F650 delivery truck in Atlanta a new AFS station in DeKalb County, beginning this month.
“We’ve been examining new ways to deliver product to our clients in an environmentally friendly, cost conscious manner,” Savannah Distributing owner Henry Monsees says in an AFS release.
“The use of a CNG truck was a natural progression,” he said. “With the CNG truck, we can save approximately 40% in fuel costs while running a vehicle that is better for the environment. It’s a win-win.”
AFS says it plans to open six CNG stations in 2014, with Georgia locations including Columbus, Commerce, and Covington.
“We are on the verge of an Energy Revolution in which natural gas will play a key role,” said AFS CEO Rahim Charania.
The DeKalb station features J-W Power compressors and Tulsa Gas Technologies dispensers.
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