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CNG Fuels shares up on manure to supply to start with internet zero emissions gasoline for HGVs – MHW Magazine

  • 7th November 2019
CNG Fuels shares up on manure to supply to start with internet zero emissions gasoline for HGVs – MHW Magazine

CNG Fuels stocks up on manure to give very first internet zero emissions gas for HGVs - MHW Journal CNG Fuels currently introduced programs to turn out to be the UK’s initial supplier of carbon neutral gasoline for HGVs, employing manure to aid fleet operators accomplish Net Zero emissions. The firm is also consulting on how its community of refuelling stations can greatest accommodate small-carbon hydrogen and battery electrical technologies for HGVs, so that it can guidance shoppers when these grow to be commercially viable. Philip Fjeld, CEO of CNG Fuels, claimed: “We want to assistance...

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Campisa British isles enjoys award-profitable start at IMHX | SHD Logistics Information

  • 10th October 2019
Campisa British isles enjoys award-profitable start at IMHX | SHD Logistics Information

Campisa British isles enjoys award-successful start at IMHX | SHD Logistics News Campisa, a main provider of industrial doorways and loading bay tools, created a thriving entrance to the United kingdom sector at IMHX, the big intralogistics exhibition held just lately at Birmingham’s NEC.    As well as generating a potent effect with its substantial-good quality items on display screen at IMHX, it also gained a prestigious Structure4Basic safety Award for its progressive FIDELITY hydraulic drive method. The Italian company’s...

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