Summit County Trucking Company Switching to CNG Fleet

From the Akron Beacon Journal:
J Rayl Transport, a regional freight hauler headquartered in Akron, is replacing or converting its 200 diesel trucks to compressed natural gas.
"We are looking to buy 75 vehicles. The problem is getting a commitment to when they will be delivered, " Jeremy Rayl, CEO of the family-owned company, told the more than 200 attending the natural gas vehicle summit sponsored by America's Natural Gas Alliance.
The company is negotiating with a number of local trucking dealers, including Young Trucking of Canton, a Freightliner and Volvo dealer who sold several CNG trucks to Smith Dairy of Orrville last summer. Smith is also committed to a full switch from diesel to CNG
Rayl said each new truck will cost about $200,000 and the fueling station the company will have built on its own property another $1.7 million.
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