UPS has added more than 100 hybrid electric vehicles to a fleet that numbers more than 2,000 alternatively fueled vehicles.
The additional 130 vehicles will go to New York, New Jersey and California. The Sandy Springs-based logistics company has 250 hybrid electric vehicles in the U.S.
The new hybrids look similar to the company's existing brown trucks. UPS said the new vehicles represent a 35 percent improvement in fuel economy and will save more than 66,000 gallons of fuel annually.
UPS said it has spent $25 million on alternatively fueled vehicles, which it operates in nine countries.
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