Nestle Waters North America, a large beverage company based in Stamford, Conn., has announced the deployment of more than 400 additional medium-duty ReadyRefresh by Nestle beverage delivery trucks fueled by propane autogas. The company now operates nearly 600 of these alternatively fueled trucks, which make up about 30% of its total North American fleet.Details
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PPI North America specializes in the development and manufacturing of unique autogas tanks that we call Conformable Propane Tanks for on and off road vehicles. Our autogas tanks maintain a unique and proprietary design and construction, offering a number of benefits that traditional, round, steel tanks simply cannot provide. Some notable highlights include:
- Conformable Tanks take up less space
- Conformable Tanks are lighter
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- Conformable Tanks cannot rust
- Conformable Tanks are more efficient
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