Core-Mark Has 210 CNG Tractors ‘With More Planned’
U.S. Oil-Gain Clean Fuel has opened a compressed natural gas fueling station in Tampa to support CNG trucks operated by Core-Mark. It is the final of five to go into operation under a partnership with Core-Mark. The others are in Sanford, N.C., Smyrna, Ga., Aurora, Colo. and Forrest City, Ark.
“CNG advances our commitment to becoming more environmentally friendly through improved sustainable business practices,” Core-Mark Florida division president Jason Nevin says in the latest Gain Clean Fuel announcement.”
“Our mission is to promote the many benefits of alternative fuels like CNG,” said Tampa Bay Clean Cities coordinator Stephen Reich. “Projects like these show how great partnerships can succeed when working toward a common outcome that benefits so many,” he said.
‘A Smooth Process’
Core-Mark current operates 210 CNG tractors, Gain says, “with more planned in the future.”
“With U.S. Gain’s expertise, the conversion has been a smooth process that provides our fleet with easy access to CNG,” Nevin said.
Gain is also supporting trucks operated by NFI at a new CNG station in Kissimmee, near Orlando (F&F, January 4).
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