Serving Northwest Food in California’s Central Valley
Trillium CNG has opened a new compressed natural gas fueling station at the Roche Oil Pacific Pride cardlock on the south side of Tulare, Calif. The station serves central California’s Highway 99 between Fresno and Bakersfield.
The new Trillium CNG station is expected to be the primary fueling location for Northwest Food Products Transportation, Trillium says.
“We operate 17 CNG-fueled trucks in our fleet, so having a CNG refueling station nearby will improve our efficiencies in operations,” Northwest Food transportation manager Greg Nelson says in the Trillium release.
Easy Access, Two Trucks at a Time
“Other CNG fueled vehicles will be able to fill up at the new location and take advantage of other services we provide,” Roche Oil VP Courtney Roche.
Trillium says it built the Tulare station to allow for easy access by heavy-duty fleet trucks. It’s to be open 24/7 with two dual-hose dispensers allowing two semitrailers to fuel at the same time, and will feature Trillium CNG’s proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier compression. All major credit cards and fleet cards are accepted.
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Source: Trillium CNG with Fleets & Fuels follow-up