Landi Renzo USA, a division of Landi Renzo Group, has achieved California Air Resources Board (CARB) certification for new Ford F-250 and F-350 pickup trucks across all cab configurations with compressed natural gas (CNG). Landi Renzo’s Eco-Ready Fleet CNG systems help fleets run cleaner by lowering vehicle emissions and reducing environmental impact, while decreasing fuel costs and maintaining vehicle performance.
With this CARB Executive Order, Landi Renzo USA is the only alternative fuel solutions developer and installer that is CARB-certified for medium and light duty platforms.
“Our systems provide fuel economy improvements and sustainability benefits for California businesses, utility companies, commercial and municipal fleets,” said Andrea Landi, president, Landi Renzo USA. “We have a product roadmap that identifies high-demand vehicles for technology investments and we are maintaining global leadership in alternative fuels through continuous innovation.”
Exclusively for California and the markets requiring CARB certification, new F-250 and F-350 trucks are offered through Landi Renzo’s certified Ford dealer network for ship-thru directly to its Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) installation facility located in Torrance, Calif. Nationally, Landi Renzo has both ship-thru near Ford plants or certified installer options for regional support to accommodate its network of dealers and fleets.
“We offer many options, including multiple CNG tank configurations and other essential equipment used in fleet operations for the full-size pickup trucks,” added Paul Shaffer, executive vice president for business development with Landi Renzo USA.
Landi Renzo USA provides one of the broadest CARB and EPA-certified Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) product portfolios available in the market, with total turnkey solutions on a variety of product platforms.
Source: Landi Renzo USA – a member of NGVAmerica
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