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Winnebago, ICOM partner for alternative fuel option

Posted on September 4, 2014

Winnebago Industries Inc. announced a new “Go Green” initiative with the company’s Metro Link bus now offered in bi-fuel and dedicated liquid propane gas (LPG) packages. 

ICOM North America has partnered with Winnebago Industries and their official distributor, “Metro Worldwide,” for installation and distribution of ICOM bi-fuel and mono-fuel liquid propane injection system for installation in the Winnebago Metro Link Bus products for use in the transportation industry.

The partnership will allow alternative LPG fuel work ready equipment from the factory to the dealers and end users. Metro Worldwide will also offer ICOM LPG conversions for existing bus fleets as well as full line sales, service, installation and warranty services. 

A bi-fuel LPG Metro Link bus will be on display in the PERC Booth at the upcoming BusCon Expo in Indianapolis, Sept. 15 to 17.

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