The UPS interview: Luke Wake, director of international automotive

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Over the past two years, global logistics company UPS has committed USD 190 million in investment in natural gas vehicles and infrastructure. Last year alone, the company announced plans to build an additional six compressed natural gas (CNG) fuelling stations, as well as add 390 new CNG vehicles and 50 LNG vehicles to its fleet. This forms part of UPS’ alternative fuels programme, which has seen it invest more than USD 1 billion in electric, hybrid electric and natural gas-fuelled vehicles worldwide. Gas Matters speaks to UPS’ director of automotive about what is steering the company in this direction, and the challenges in meeting its ambitious target of 40% alternative fuel vehicles in its ground fleet by 2025.

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