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CountryMark to Offer CNG Fueling Infrastructure Company will also provide expertise to assist companies as they assess their fuel needs.

INDIANAPOLIS January 23, 2014; The NACS Daily reported that CountryMark is adding compressed natural gas (CNG) to its lineup of transportation fuels.

“Our mission is to produce and supply market leading energy products and services,” said CountryMark President and CEO Charlie Smith. “As we look at future Midwestern transportation fuel needs, we feel confident it will include CNG, and we and our branded dealers are excited about building the CNG infrastructure needed to bring this reliable and domestically produced fuel to the marketplace in the most convenient and cost-effective manner possible.”

CountryMark-branded CNG fueling stations will include fast-fill CNG dispensers and dispensers for CountryMark’s premium quality diesel fuel, biodiesel-blended fuels and gasoline. Dispensers for E85, propane and diesel exhaust fluid will be included as needed.

“Many fleets will still need diesel fuel and/or gasoline,” said Lantz. “Multiple fuels will better meet the needs of fleets transitioning to dedicated CNG vehicles, fleets that have invested in dual fuel or bi-fuel vehicles and fleets that are maintaining their traditional gasoline and diesel vehicles. CountryMark’s goal will be to provide the public with convenient, one-stop-shop fueling.”

CountryMark will also provide expertise to assist companies as they assess their fuel needs.

“Our teams are being trained to provide a high level of multi-fuel knowledge that will help bus and truck fleets analyze their transportation fuel options and make the best possible fueling decision to reach their fleet goals,” Lantz said.

For more information, contact CountryMark’s CNG Fuel Manager Jennifer Karras at (800) 808-3170 extension 8203.