Nine propane conversion centers join Alliance AutoGas network

Alliance AutoGas, the authorized distributor of PRINS autogas technologies in the U.S., welcomed nine new conversion centers recently into its expanding national membership network. They are:

Benna Ford, Superior, WI

R. Anthony Enterprises, Marion, OH

MRT Manufacturing, Forest Hills, VA

NAEU North American Upfitters, Hooksett, NH

Northside Auto & Truck Service Watertown, WI

Clean Car Conversions, Indianapolis, IN

NTC Delta Transportation, Greenville, MS

Gary Sapp Automotive, Pensacola, FL

Sherwood Ford of Salisbury, Salisbury, MD

Alliance AutoGas coordinates propane autogas vehicle conversions, installs refueling infrastructure and provides ongoing vehicle maintenance support and training, through a network of more than 90 member companies and conversion centers throughout North America.   “It is of the highest importance that Alliance AutoGas provides a quality support network and keep the vehicles running on the road,” says Stuart Weidie, president of Alliance AutoGas.

Rocco Placentino, president of R. Anthony Enterprises says, “Propane autogas is a great fuel that allows our customers to gain a competitive advantage in their respective businesses by managing their fleet costs.  Alliance Autogas is the best in the business, hands down.”

Adds Brendan Dunican, sales representative of North American Equipment Upfitters, Inc., “The Alliance Auto Gas Group is important because it brings together businesses that have common goals and interests in the green initiative (that would normally have no interaction). We (NAEU) working as a conversion center are diversifying our business while maintaining a sense of environmental responsibility. Cleaner gas makes for a cleaner world and future.” 

“Our fleet managers tell us that domestically produced, clean propane that is easier on their pocketbooks are important to them. We are pleased to be a part of the Alliance AutoGas network, enabling our fleets to meet their expectations,” notes John Mason, president, Northside Auto and Truck Service.

Bruce Rogers, president, Sherwood Ford of Salisbury is the newest member of the Alliance team adds, “It was the smart thing to do. I was intrigued by a large fleet customer of ours who did new conversions in our repair shop. When I learned about the positives of propane autogas, I wanted immediately to become an autogas conversion center and grow our business. ”

Propane-converted public and private fleets that work with the conversion centers of Alliance AutoGas will reduce emissions and fuel costs simultaneously, all while using a domestic made fuel. Current Alliance Autogas customers which range from national transportation companies, taxi & shuttle fleets, law enforcement and private fleets in 43 states are experiencing significant fuel cost savings and reduced maintenance when compared to conventional gasoline-powered vehicles.