Exotic’s Alternative Fuels Product Group is committed to serving this industry with certified CNG and LPG solutions from dispensing to on-board systems.
Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Exotic Automation & Supply will showcase their Alternative Fuels Product Group at the 2013 Work Truck Show, March 6-8, 2013 held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The exposition is held in conjunction with the Green Truck Summit, a day-and-a-half educational event focused on implementing alternative fuels technology for vocational truck platforms. Topics include clean technologies, trends in alternative fuels, deployment strategies, future technologies, and assessing viable alternative fuels, including propane and natural gas.
“The alternative fuels marketplace has matured exponentially in the last few years. Exotic Automation & Supply’s ability to leverage comprehensive design, engineering, testing, and assembly capabilities with our standing as premier distributor for Parker Hannifin is a tremendous asset for our customers,” said Steve Orlando, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Exotic Automation & Supply.
Exotic's Alternative Fuels Product Group has launched a series of product-specific web pages for participants to download important information prior to The Work Truck Show and the Green Truck Summit. The categories covered are CNG hoses and fittings, LPG hoses and fittings, nozzles, receptacles, check valves, coalescers, filters, lock-off valves, ball valves, custom molded products and CNG resources.
“Exotic’s Alternative Fuels Product Group is committed to providing this industry with certified CNG and LPG solutions from dispensing to on-board systems,” said Henry Testa, Sales Director for Exotic’s Alternative Fuels Product Group.
The company also manufactures tank isolator gaskets, grommets, bumpers, and receptacle covers for maximum efficiency. Alternative fuels product experts will be available to discuss the importance of quick prototype assemblies and how customers can expedite the design and development process, leading to shorter intervals for converting existing vehicles to CNG and LPG systems.
“For over 50 years, Exotic Automation & Supply has served as a single-source solution for our customers’ most important manufacturing and material handling requirements. To offer a full range of solutions for alternative fuels, from dispensing at the pump to on-board systems, fits perfectly with that tradition,” said Tom Marino, President of Exotic Automation & Supply.
For complimentary passes to the show courtesy of Exotic Automation & Supply, please email Kate Roberts at kroberts(at)erpc(dot)com.
About Exotic Automation & Supply:
Exotic Automation & Supply’s headquarters is located in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The company maintains full service centers throughout Michigan with locations in Freeland (Saginaw), Lansing, Taylor, Flint, Jackson, Rochester Hills, as well as at the main Farmington Hills complex. The company employs approximately 150 people and saw sales exceeding $50 million in 2012.