Facility Is Primarily for Evo-MT LNG Mine Truck Line
GFS Corp has moved into a 19,000-square-foot facility in Weston, Fla. that will serve as the firm’s corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility for the Evo line of diesel to LNG conversion products.
The site will be used primarily for production of the Evo-MT line liquefied natural gas conversion kits for large mine haul trucks. It will house engineering and R&D for new Evo offerings aimed at on-road, refrigerated transport and rail applications.
“Our move into this new facility is key to GFS Corp’s evolution from a technology developer to a manufacturer of integrated fuel systems,” GFS president Jason Green said in a release. “We have created a facility that will allow our talented team to develop and manufacture new and innovative alternative fuel solutions for our customers,” he said.
GFS further reports “significant investments in computer hardware, software and telecommunications infrastructure in order to provide a superior level of customer support on a worldwide basis.”
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Source: GFS with Fleets & Fuels follow-up