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EcoDual Dual Fuel via W.W. Williams

October 13, 2012 in NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘A Major Expansion of EcoDual’s Market Presence,’ Says Myers

EcoDual has teamed with W.W. Williams for distribution of its aspirated dual fuel system for trucks in North America. EcoDual systems are deigned to allow operators of heavy duty diesel trucks to displace an average of 60-70% of their diesel fuel use with natural gas, providing significant fuel cost savings.

‘Our folks are not new to this’ — EcoDual dual fuel systems are in operation on Mercedes-engined trucks in Turkey and on coal-hauling trucks in China.

“This partnership with W.W. Williams provides a major expansion of EcoDual’s market presence and a national supply network,” EcoDual CEO and president Scott Myers said in a release. “This enables us to deliver, service and maintain our products nationwide, for all OEM engines, and to provide our customers with warranty support unmatched in the industry.”

As EcoDual master distributor, Columbus, Ohio-based W.W. Williams will coordinate sales, delivery and service throughout an eleven-state network of 34 facilities. “Our customers have already requested natural gas dual fuel conversion systems,” said Williams chairman and CEO Bill Williams says in the announcement. “EcoDual’s products provide immediate, major fuel cost savings for truck fleets and represent an important business expansion opportunity for us.”

Williams, which was founded in 1912, has facilities in Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Texas. It provides factory authorized sales, maintenance, and service centers for Detroit Diesel and MTU engines, and service for diesel engines by Cummins, Mack, Volvo and Caterpillar.

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Source: EcoDual with Fleets & Fuels follow-up








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