Photo courtesy of UPS.

Photo courtesy of UPS.

TruStar Energy has been contracted to design and build 15 compressed natural gas (CNG) stations for UPS, the fueling infrastructure developer announced.

The CNG fueling stations, planned for 11 states, will fuel over 2,000 UPS tractors and delivery trucks once the parcel delivery company’s recently announced 1,400 CNG additions to their fleet are deployed. Station construction has already begun in Oklahoma City, Okla., and New Orleans, La., according to TruStar.

In addition to the design and construction of the stations, TruStar Energy was contracted to provide service and maintenance for 13 of the 15 stations on an annual contract basis.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet