Worthington Industries has acquired Trilogy Engineered Solutions’ compressed natural gas fuel technology for heavy-duty trucks. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Worthington said the acquisition will allow it to provide an “innovative fuel system portfolio” for medium- and heavy-duty truck applications.
The acquisition was made by Worthington’s pressure cylinder division.
“Trilogy’s technology and fuel system models complement our existing CNG fuel systems offering,” Andrew Billman, president of Worthington Industries' pressure cylinders business, said in a statement.
“This acquisition accelerates the opportunity for growth in our alternative-fuels business and supports our commitment to provide reliable, high-quality alternative fuel tanks and systems," he added. "It also increases our opportunity to partner with Trilogy’s established network of dealers and service centers, and provide value through the supply chain."
Trilogy’s fuel-system assembly assets will be integrated into Worthington’s Salt Lake City operation, according to the company.