UPS Spends $100 Million for New Alternative Fuel and Tractors

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ATLANTA, GA– March 23, 2016– According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Atlanta-based package delivery company, United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS), has announced their investment of $100 million to initiate the building of 12 additional compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel stations, as well as 380 CNG tractors.

Mark Wallace, UPS senior vice president global engineering and sustainability says, “At UPS, we own our fleet and our infrastructure. That allows us to invest for the long-term, rather than planning around near-term fluctuations in fuel pricing.”

The building of the stations and send off of 1,400 CNG vehicles will begin in April.

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