Kalmbach Clean Fuels Station Opens in Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Kalmbach Feeds and its Kalmbach Clean Fuels affiliate have opened a public access compressed natural gas fueling station, designed and built by TruStar Energy, in Upper Sandusky, in northwest Ohio.
The station is near Kalmbach’s Wyandot County manufacturing plants and distribution center. It’s located near the intersection of U.S. Routes 30 and 23, and will support Kalbach trucks as well as other area CNG fleets and individual vehicle owners.
“The food distribution market segment is becoming increasingly more aggressive in their migration to CNG fuel – and the Kalmbach Feeds station represents an important part of the growing infrastructure,” TruStar VP Scott Edelbach said.
Dual Fuel of Interest Too
“Fleet owners in the area now have added incentive to look at migrating their own fleets thanks to Kalmbach’s vision.”
Kalmbach Feeds took delivery of its first three CNG trucks last month: Peterbilt 384s with Cummins Westport’s new 11.9-liter ISX12 G engine.
The company says it plans to transition its entire fleet to either dedicated-CNG or a combination of CNG-diesel dual fuel vehicles within five years.
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Source: TruStar Energy with Fleets & Fuels follow-up