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Hexagon Agility to supply CNG, RNG fuel systems to UPS

Per a 2019 master services agreement, Hexagon Agility will be delivering the fuel cell systems for medium and heavy-duty trucks by Q3 2021.

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UPS freight using liquid natural gas.

Photo Credit: Hexagon Agility

Hexagon Agility (Costa Mesa, Calif., U.S.) a Hexagon Composites (Alesund, Norway) business, signed a master services agreement in October 2019 with UPS, the world's largest package delivery company, to supply compressed natural gas (CNG) and renewable natural gas (RNG) fuel systems for medium and heavy-duty trucks, as well as terminal tractors.

Hexagon Agility has recently received its first 2021 orders under this agreement, which represent an estimated total value of USD $8.1 million (approximately NOK 69 million). These orders are for ProCab systems for heavy-duty trucks.

"We are proud of our long-term collaboration with UPS, a front-runner in clean transportation,” says Seung Baik, president, Hexagon Agility. “UPS continues to pave the way, expanding and improving its smart logistics network by implementing new technologies and clean fuels to create a highly sustainable network. We are excited to support them in reaching their sustainability targets.”

Deliveries of the fuel systems are scheduled to start in Q3 2021.

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