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Ryder System, Inc., a leader in commercial transportation and supply chain management solutions, launched its new “Flex-to-Green” lease offering, making it easier for private fleet operators to jump start their sustainability programs by providing the option of incorporating alternative fuel vehicles into their fleets in support of their business objectives.

Ryder’s alternative fuel fleet includes compressed and liquid natural gas vehicles, which are offered in select markets as well as hybrid vehicles, which are available in most US markets. Ryder currently supports natural gas vehicles in southern California and Arizona. As Ryder’s capabilities and infrastructure to support natural gas vehicles are expanded, the Flex-to-Green lease option will be offered to customers in those new markets.

In April 2010, the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) Board collaborated with Ryder as its fleet partner in a groundbreaking ceremony for its heavy-duty natural gas truck rental and leasing project. As part of the project, which aims to improve air quality in Southern California, 202 heavy-duty natural gas powered trucks are being deployed into Ryder’s Southern California operations network. Ryder customers can access these natural gas-powered vehicles through short-term rentals, long-term leases or Ryder’s dedicated logistics services. In addition, Ryder has constructed new natural gas refueling stations and will maintain vehicles at three maintenance shops in Fontana, Orange, and Rancho Dominguez. Each maintenance facility is being equipped for the indoor repair of natural gas vehicles.


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