Compressed natural gas provider EVO Trillium said it has broken ground on a CNG fueling station at a Central Freight Lines Inc. terminal in Fort Worth, Texas.
The fast-fill CNG station, set to open in the spring, will be available to the public and has been designed to accommodate Class 8 tractors and trailers.
Central Freight Lines CEO Don Orr said the station will be the less-than-truckload carrier’s third CNG fueling facility in Texas.
“Our future plans are to expand our current 114 CNG-vehicle fleet and support the operations with additional, strategically located fueling stations.” Orr said in the March 25 announcement.
EVO Trillium is a joint venture between CNG providers EVO CNG and Trillium CNG.