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U.S. Gain Opens CNG Station in Pa.

June 28, 2016 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of U.S. Gain.
Photo courtesy of U.S. Gain.

U.S. Gain has opened a public-access CNG station in Greensburg, Pa.

The GAIN Clean Fuel – Export Fuel CNG station was built in partnership with Export Fuel Co., Inc., announced the CNG division of U.S. Venture.

“We’re happy to be able to partner with Export Fuel to increase the number of CNG stations serving Pennsylvania,” said Bill Renz, U.S. Gain general manager. “Everyone at Gain and Export Fuel recognizes the environmental benefits and cost savings of using compressed natural gas. It’s important to make this fuel source available to more operators across the U.S.”

The GAIN – Export Fuel co-branded station will feature fast-fill capabilities and accepts fleet cards for truck convenience, according to the company.

“In today’s competitive business climate, fleet truck operators are demanding that they be able to operate at peak efficiency,” said Kristen Zawoyski, operations manager at Export Fuel. “Many carriers are converting to CNG to get that competitive edge and we want to be part of that equation."

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