Alliance Founder Blossman Setting Up a Tech Center Too
Alliance AutoGas said Tuesday will be the U.S. distributor for Prins propane vehicle equipment. And, Alliance AutoGas has unveiled a U.S. Autogas Technology Center at its headquarters in Asheville, N.C.
The Prins line of propane autogas vehicle conversion equipment, includes vapor and liquid injection systems, along with direct injection and diesel blend technology.
“Alliance AutoGas has been instrumental in bringing autogas, the most viable alternative vehicle fuel, to American fleets,” – and we are proud to expand our relationship,” Prins CEO Bart van Aerle said in an Alliance release. “We expect to see more and more U.S. fleets switching over.”
The new U.S. Autogas Technology Center includes a propane autogas equipment distribution center, a vehicle technician training facility, and an equipment R&D center. It will be managed by Blossman Services, a subsidiary of Alliance AutoGas founding partner Blossman Gas. Blossman has more than six decades of autogas fueling and product distribution experience.
From Training to Warranty Support
The center will be headed by Blossman VP Jessie Johnson and Alliance AutoGas technical director Scott Spence of Asheville, N.C. It will serve as the U.S. distribution hub for autogas vehicle and fueling station equipment, along with warranty support, and provide training.
“We guide fleets through the process of switching fuels and provide the ongoing support needed to make sure their autogas programs are successful,” Johnson says in the Tuesday announcement.
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Source: Alliance Autogas with Fleets & Fuels follow-up