TruStar to build UPS’ 15 CNG stations
TruStar Energy said it ha been awarded a contract to build 15 high capacity fueling stations for UPS.
The CNG fueling stations, planned for 11 states and configured to fast-fill and time-fill UPS vehicles, will fuel over 2000 vehicles once the recently revealed 1400 additions to the company’s fleet are deployed. The UPS CNG fleet includes both Class 8 tractors and ‘package cars’. Station construction has already begun in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and New Orleans, Louisiana, TruStar Energy said in a statement.
These multi-lane, multi-compressor fueling stations will allow fast fueling of UPS’ Class 8 tractors and package cars, and in certain locations will also include time-fill fueling for Class 8 tractors when practical.
In addition to the design and construction of the stations, TruStar Energy was contracted to provide service and maintenance for 13 of the 15 stations on an annual contract basis.