EcoDual and W. W. Williams Announce Distribution Agreement


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BEAUFORT, SC--Oct. 11, 2012: EcoDual, LLC, a leading provider of diesel to natural gas dual fuel conversion systems for heavy duty diesel powered trucks and The W. W. Williams Company, one of the nation's largest industrial distribution, repair and service companies, have announced an arrangement under which W.W. Williams will serve as a master distributor for EcoDual's dual fuel conversion systems throughout North America. The EcoDual systems enable heavy duty diesel trucks to displace an average of 60-70% of their diesel fuel use with natural gas, providing significant fuel cost savings.

"This partnership with W.W. Williams provides a major expansion of EcoDual's market presence and a national supply network," said EcoDual CEO and President Scott Myers. "This enables us to deliver, service and maintain our products nationwide, for all OEM engines, and to provide our customers with warranty support unmatched in the industry."

In its role as master distributor, W.W. Williams will coordinate sales, delivery and service throughout their eleven state network of 34 facilities. "Our customers have already requested natural gas dual fuel conversion systems," said W. W. Williams Chairman and CEO Bill Williams. "EcoDual's products provide immediate, major fuel cost savings for truck fleets and represent an important business expansion opportunity for us."

Founded in Columbus, OH in 1912, over the last one hundred years, W.W. Williams has grown to become one of the nation's largest industrial distribution, repair and service companies with facilities in Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Texas. The company has comprehensive factory authorized sales, maintenance, and service centers for Detroit Diesel and MTU engines and also provides service for many other diesel engines including Cummins, Mack, Volvo and Caterpillar. W.W. Williams' products and expertise extends across a wide variety of industries and customer categories. They represent service and remanufacture some of the world's most advanced and innovative diesel engine, automatic transmission, power generation, transport refrigeration and truck parts on the market today.

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