Ford awards gaseous fuel QVM program to Impco Automotive

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Updated Feb 29, 2012

Impco Automotive announced that it has been awarded gaseous fuel qualified vehicle modifier program member status by Ford Motor Co. for its 75,000-square-foot alternative fuel vehicle installation center in Union City, Ind. Impco Technologies – a designer, manufacturer and supplier of alternative fuel components and systems for use in transportation and industrial applications – is a subsidiary of Fuel Systems Solutions Inc.

“Achieving QVM status represents another significant milestone as we continue to solidify our leadership position within the automotive alternative fuel market,” says Rob Lykins, Impco Automotive’s director of sales and marketing.

“We continue to expand our offering of systems that allow popular light-duty Ford commercial truck platforms to operate on clean-burning, plentiful, domestic CNG,” says Jay Sandler, Impco Automotive’s director of original equipment manufacturers and fleet sales. “Our innovative fuel systems enable fleets and vehicle operators to significantly lower their operating costs and reduce emissions while contributing to national energy independence.”