Agility Fuel Solutions transitions into Hexagon Agility

March 9, 2021 By    

Agility Fuel Solutions and Hexagon Mobile Pipeline joined forces as Hexagon Agility, strengthening their position as a global provider of clean fuel solutions for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, according to the company.

The combined business launched its new corporate identity and brand in February, in tandem with the global rebranding of the Hexagon Group of companies.

Agility Fuel Solutions is a supplier of on-board high-pressure cylinders and natural gas fuel systems to OEMs and fleets. Hexagon Mobile Pipeline is a supplier of compressed gas delivery solutions to a variety of industries, including renewable natural gas producers. Together, their offerings cover a more extensive spectrum of clean energy solutions, including compressed natural gas, liquid natural gas, propane and hydrogen fuel systems, and Type 4 composite cylinders for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, the company adds.

Agility Fuel Solutions had acquired the assets of liquid propane injection technology provider CleanFuel USA in 2017.

With propane, Hexagon Agility touts the 488 LPI propane engine with 2020 EPA certification, helping fleet owners manage their bottom line, improve fleet performance and minimize their carbon footprint.

“Our group’s vision of ‘clean air everywhere’ has never been more relevant than it is today. Our customers are increasingly looking for partners that can help them meet the demands of increased targets for decarbonization,” says Seung Baik, president of Hexagon Agility. “Our new brand identity, Hexagon Agility, ties us back to the Hexagon Group with its long history of clean solutions and global reach, and we are already off to a great start.”

Hexagon Agility has corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa, California, with additional locations in North America, Europe, Brazil and India. Its products are sold across 45 countries.

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