Fox Transportation to add 100 CNG trucks

Updated Aug 8, 2013

Fox Transportation has signed a fueling agreement with Clean Energy for its planned deployment of more than 100 natural gas trucks over the next several months. The trucks will fuel at Clean Energy stations throughout Southern California.
Once fully-deployed, Fox Transportation is expected to use approximately 600,000 gasoline-gallons-equivalent of CNG per year which reduces greenhouse gases by 1,936 metric tons, the equivalent of taking 399 cars off the road per year.
“With natural gas fueling now a reality, we believe providing this cheaper and cleaner fuel option is the right business decision and will strengthen our long-term relationships with customers,” says Mike Fox, CEO of Fox Transportation.
“Fox Transportation has proven itself to be an industry-leader in transportation logistics,” says Chad Lindholm, Clean Energy regional vice president. “Clean Energy is privileged to help Mike and his team continue to exceed the needs of their customers with the deployment of the largest medium-duty CNG truck fleet in the nation.”