They’ll Jointly Promote CNG over GM Dealer’s Nine-State Southeast Reach
￼Pennsylvania-based compressed natural gas provider VNG.co is talking up a new pact with General Motors dealer Randy Marion to promote light duty natural gas vehicles to fleet customers – “in coordination with VNG offering conveniently located and retail oriented CNG fueling locations.”
Randy Marion Fleet is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. just north of Charlotte, and according to VNG is the leading GM dealer in the nine-state southwest region.
“Many of our customers are interested in the benefits of CNG powered pickup trucks, vans and passenger cars, but the lack of fueling stations has kept them on the sideline,” said Randy Marion fleet GM Brad Sigmon says in the VNG announcement.
‘Benefits of CNG Drop Right to the Bottom Line’
“With the benefit of VNG’s national fueling program at retail gasoline stations a major obstacle to delivering more light duty NGVs to fleet customers is being overcome.”
“With no cost to fleets for the infrastructure, the cost-saving benefits of CNG drop right to the bottom line,” said VNG COO Robert Friedman.
VNG is opening its first station, hosted at a BP gasoline retail outlet, in Philadelphia this month (F&F, June 20).
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Source: VNG.co with Fleets & Fuels follow-up