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Mack unveils 12L NG Pinnacle

Jason Cannon March 22, 2013
Mack_PinnacleMack Trucks unveiled its 12-liter natural gas-powered MACK Pinnacle Axle Back model during the 2013 Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. this week. 
The natural gas-powered Mack Pinnacle, offering a liquefied natural gas (LNG) solution for on-highway applications, was built for UPS.
The addition of the natural gas-powered Pinnacle expands Mack’s natural gas line-up to the highway segment, with natural gas-powered TerraPro Low Entry and TerraPro Cabover refuse models already on the market.
Later this year, Mack says it plans to introduce a natural gas-powered version of the MACK Granite.
“Mack began offering natural gas as an option as soon as it was clear the solution made sense for the refuse market,” said Kevin Flaherty, president, Mack Trucks North American Sales & Marketing. “The introduction of the natural gas-powered Mack Pinnacle expands our experience and expertise into another market segment, and serves as an example of our commitment to developing solutions meeting the needs of customers like UPS.”
“By expanding the UPS natural gas fleet, we have an opportunity to take advantage of a domestic resource, a domestic product and continue our sustainability efforts,” said Mike Britt, director of alternative fuel vehicle engineering at UPS. “Supporting the overall growth of LNG infrastructure ultimately benefits our customers and community by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”
The Mack Pinnacle is equipped with the Cummins Westport ISX12 G engine and available for order with either an LNG or compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system. The truck has a maintenance-free aftertreatment, requiring only a three-way catalyst to meet EPA 2010 and CARB emissions standards.

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