The First-Ever Tri-fuel System for the Ford F-350 4x4 Vehicle From Niyato Industries Inc.

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And now after three months of rigorous testing the "Tri-Fuel System" is soon to be released.

"After a long hard day at work"

Niyato is taking orders now for July 2016 contact upfit@niyato.com

Niyato Industries Inc. is thrilled to announce its latest development, the first-ever Tri-Fuel system – a Ford F-350 4X4 with three fuel capabilities, Gasoline or CNG (Methane) or LPG (Propane) – is almost ready to hit the open road. This state-of-the-art, all-in-one system includes everything operators need for a complete conversion right in one package, eliminating the hassle of up-charges or the need for various individual kits and parts.

Niyato’s Tri-Fuel Ford F-350 4X4 recently finished undergoing rigorous testing by Keith Thompson, head of Niyato Industries’ calibration and system design team. And, unlike other companies who have attempted to fast-track new vehicle Kits rather than vet them properly before release, Niyato has taken every step of preparation, testing and caution, to rest 100% assured this vehicle is ready for operation. They’ve dotted every “i” and crossed every “t” down to the last detail of their revolutionary new Tri-Fuel System to assure customer satisfaction and spectacular performance. And, good news, the game-changing vehicle itself has passed each test including the hauling of heavy equipment.

The picture in the release was taken on June 2, 2016 during a grueling 300 mile delivery trip around the Charlotte metro area. The test was conducted by Josh Moore, a veteran in the construction industry and general superintendent of Advance Development Concepts (ADC), a Charlotte General Contracting Firm. They perform all sewer, water and waste water projects; they also build complete infrastructure projects including, but not limited to complete roadway construction, all aspects of concrete work, and perform paving in-house and has a labor force of 172 employees. Josh has a lot of experience with the Ford 250 6.2 liter as that is the same vehicle that he drives and make deliveries with everyday. Josh said that he has made that same trip 60 times over the last year, and completely knows the shift point and vehicle speed for the gasoline version. The average temperature was 90 degrees on hwy and in city driving. The first leg of the trip was hauling a mini excavator weighing in at 13,800 pounds with the trailer weighing in at 5,000 pounds; the combine weight being 18,800 pounds, plus the bed was full of test tanks adding another 600 pounds to the total weight. After testing both gasoline and natural gas, Josh was asked how did the Niyato Tri-fuel system perform, and his answer was " there was no difference between the operation on gasoline and then switching to natural gas. The truck performed flawlessly and, the power curves were exactly the same while running natural gas. After running cost-comparisons on a 36 gallon fill up, the savings over diesel were $39.60 per fill up and compared to gasoline it was $12.60 per tank, and I recommend that any fleet operator that wants to save money and lower its carbon footprint should contact Niyato Industries Inc to convert its fleet."

This is not just another daily driver like the other so called kit company's provide, it's the Clydesdale of work horses and can be hooked up to pull "monster loads". A real work truck!

What’s next? Niyato’s vehicle is getting ready to ship off to Detroit for final EPA and CARB certification. These certifications will cover all weight configurations for the Ford F-250 and Ford F-350 6.2 liter motor families from years 2012-2016, including, all Super Duty cab configurations (Regular Cab, Short Bed, Extended Cab, Crew Cab, Long Bed,). Also in the works: Niyato has an extensive plan called (The Stencil Plan) which calls for consolidation of current up-fitters nationwide in the Natural Gas transportation space, when consolidated these dealership will offer a superior Niyato product to what is currently the status quo, Niyato will also put a stop to borrowing customers vehicles for months to do the certification work and Niyato Industries is putting an end to false promises that the competitors make regarding dates that certification will be complete and when kits will be available to ship. Additionally, no more field re-flashing of the vehicle because the calibration wasn’t completed correctly the first time.

Niyato firmly believes in simplifying the customer experience, right down to the ordering process and cost, making the pricing the same across all Ford F-250 and F-350 platforms. Niyato is also taking orders for the 2016 GM 6.0 liter for 2500-3500 as well as the Ford 6.8 liter and cutaway platform in either Dedicated or Bi-fuel.

What first felt like a far off vision several years back is now quickly morphing into reality. This reality is only possible thanks to “The Stencil Plan”, cutting-edge ideas brought to life by Niyato CEO Leslie Stencil, supported and spearheaded by his team of fellow automotive experts and entrepreneurial visionaries. Stencil’s credo? It’s simple, yet philanthropically powerful: Niyato shall provide vehicles developed here in America, with America’s environment and future well-being in mind. His lifework is to not only further the capabilities of transportation tremendously, but to simplify and better the customer experience overall. With the release of his new innovative Tri-Fuel vehicle, we’d say he’s doing exactly that.

Keep your eyes peeled, Niyato is working to finalize an agreement to take the company public by the end of June and anticipates being a publicly traded company in the very near future. The Date To Be announced.

About Niyato Industries Inc.
The company was founded by Mr. Leslie Stencil through his relentless pursuit to change the way Americans think about their fuel and to give the American people a transportation fuel alternative (Natural Gas and propane).

Safe Harbor Statement – This release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 27E of the Securities Act of 1934. Statements contained in this release that are not historical facts may be deemed to be forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain. Actual performance and results may differ materially from that projected or suggested herein due to certain risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, ability to obtain financing and regulatory and shareholder approvals for anticipated actions. Such statements are based on management’s current expectations and are subject to certain factors, risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, events and performance to differ materially from those referred to or implied by such statements. In addition, actual or future results may differ materially from those anticipated depending on a variety of factors, including continued maintenance of favorable license arrangements, success of market research identifying new product opportunities, successful introduction of new products, continued product innovation, sales and earnings growth, ability to attract and retain key personnel, and general economic conditions affecting consumer spending. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

For more information please visit Niyato Industries at niyato.com

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