Adrian, Mich.—Venchurs Vehicle Systems, a CNG converter for Ford, announced its new ship-thru facility in Louisville, Kentucky, in partnership with Monroe Truck. VVS Conversions’ strategic alliance with Ford Motor Company as a Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) allows VVS to offer both CNG Dedicated and Bi-Fuel conversions of Ford light trucks and illustrates, again, how Venchurs is leading the industry as a one-stop shop for fleet vehicle upfits.
“VVS is already doing OEM level conversions,” said Jeff Wyatt, CEO of Venchurs. “This ship-thru installation facility makes it even easier for the customer. Our conversions are already backed by the factory warranty and now the ordering process is seamless.”
With ship-thru installation, when an order is placed, trucks are pulled from the Ford assembly line in Louisville. Venchurs then completes the CNG conversion and the truck re-enters the Ford system for direct delivery to dealerships and customers. Venchurs also offers a drop ship option, meaning rather than re-entering the Ford system, the converted truck is sent directly to the customer.
Also unique to Venchurs is the availability of both Bi-Fuel and CNG dedicated systems and with a supplementary upfit facility in Adrian, Michigan, VVS is the only converter able to further customize these trucks to meet the needs of the customer. From suspension modifications to off-road gear and work truck accessories, Venchurs is a one-stop shop for all company fleet needs.
Companies that are interested in adding CNG Ford F-250s or F-350s to their fleets are invited to apply for Venchurs’ short term loaner program, where they can put the converted trucks to the test.
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