‘Next Logical Step to Make it Easier for Fleets to Transition’
Icom North America has opened its new Icom Technology and Training Center, “dedicated to development, integration, upfitting and training for its bi-fuel and mono-fuel liquid propane autogas injection systems,” in New Hudson, Mich.
he new facility increases Icom North America’s building footprint by half, the firm says. It represents “the next logical step to make it easier for fleets to transition to clean-burning, domestic propane autogas,” company chairman Albert Venezio said in a release.
“The center enhances our ability to showcase for fleet owners and propane fuel suppliers liquid propane autogas injection systems and the benefits propane autogas offers as an alternative fuel,” Venezio said.
JTG Fuel Systems, Imega, and Propane Tanks Too
The new center is “a unique and innovative structure where Icom North America can extend its technological know-how through theoretical and practical training for our service centers and customers, while developing and integrating new platforms for the continuously expanding family of Icom liquid propane autogas injection systems,” said CEO Ralph Perpetuini.
Icom offers JTG II, JTGhp, JTG-D and the new Imega Game propane autogas sequential injection system (F&F, April 9), covering both dedicated-propane and bi-fuel vehicles, as well as propane fuel tanks, including space-saving toroidal tanks. The firm holds numerous U.S., EPA, Canadian and European certifications, and ISO 9001- and ISO 14001-certified.
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Source: Icom North America with Fleets & Fuels follow-up