Natural Gas – Conversions, Vehicles and Technology

Landi Renzo to Offer Ship-Thru on Ford CNG Vehicles

March 15, 2017

Photo courtesy of Landi Renzo USA.
Photo courtesy of Landi Renzo USA.

Landi Renzo USA will begin offering a ship-through channel for customers to take delivery of converted compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks and vans utilizing Ford's existing distribution network from Ford's Ohio Assembly Plant, the company announced at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

Customers can now order a CNG-equipped F-450, F-550, F-650, or F-750 Super Duty truck by selecting the ship-through option on a dealer order form, in a new collaboration with a Landi Renzo installer located in Avon Lake, Ohio.

The cost for this ship-through is $10, which is billed on the dealer invoice. The $10 includes having the truck pulled, upfitted, put back into Ford's transportation system, and delivered to the final destination.

Ship-through capabilities cover all models built at Ford’s Ohio Assembly Plant, which include F-450 to F-750, as well as the E-Series cutaway van.

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