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Freightliner Of Arizona, EcoDual Announce Distribution Agreement

Denise Rondini November 13, 2012

EcoDual, LLC, a provider of diesel-to-natural-gas dual fuel conversion systems for heavy-duty diesel trucks and Freightliner of Arizona have announced a distribution and servicing agreement to deliver and support the EcoDual product line.

 ”Freightliner of Arizona connects EcoDual directly into the largest original-equipment truck network in the US,” says Scott Myers, EcoDual CEO and president. “Freightliner of Arizona will be the conduit for bringing together a national network of Freightliner dealers to sell and support the EcoDual product line. This partnership reinforces EcoDual’s position as the best supported dual fuel conversion system providing a 2 year/250,000 mile warranty and lease-to-own financing for immediate fuel savings.”

Freightliner of Arizona will roll out the EcoDual product line through its four Arizona dealerships in Tolleson, Chandler, Flagstaff and Tucson. “EcoDual natural gas conversion delivers tremendous fuel cost savings to our customers,” says Danny Cuzick, owner and president of Freightliner of Arizona. “Additionally, we are building a network of natural gas stations through our sister company, EVO CNG. The EcoDual conversions will enable many more fleet owners to use our CNG stations and reap the cost-reduction benefits of lower-priced natural gas.”

Freightliner of Arizona has been providing truck sales, parts and service for more than 20 years. The company offers a variety of new and used brands, makes, and models of trucks and RVs. The experienced parts team provides parts for trucks of every kind. This includes genuine OEM parts for all makes, heavy- and medium-duty, tow truck and fire truck parts. The service department is equipped to service all makes and models.

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