MT LAUREL, NJ - ARI, Automotive Resources International, a leading global fleet solutions provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, today unveiled its ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas demo vehicle. ARI in partnership with ROUSH CleanTech, a leader in alternative fuel technology, will provide in-house demonstrations of this groundbreaking technology to its clients.
“We’re excited and eager to share this green fleet option with our customers,” said Carl Ortell, ARI President. “It’s important for our clients to fully understand any technology before they implement it, and this propane demonstration vehicle will give them hands-on experience with how the vehicle functions and performs.”
ARI has an extensive in-house demonstration center at its headquarters in Mt. Laurel, NJ. Clients and vendors are encouraged to watch sustainability, software, telematics, training and equipment demonstrations in order to make the most educated decision based on their unique needs. The center has a variety of green technologies, and the addition of the ROUSH CleanTech vehicle will play an important role.
“We are thrilled to add yet another leading service-oriented business to our list of partners,” said Todd Mouw, ROUSH CleanTech’s vice president of sales and marketing. “ARI’s decision to provide an on-site demonstration of our clean innovation proves their commitment to increasing sustainability through education and innovation.”
ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas technology burns cleaner in engines, resulting in reduced operating costs and the potential for longer engine life, with 60 percent less carbon monoxide, up to 24 percent less greenhouse gas emissions, and fewer particulate emissions when compared to gasoline. Additionally, propane autogas is a proven cost-effective, safe and highly reliable alternative fuel, with 90 percent of U.S. propane supplies produced domestically.
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