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Natural gas fleet boost at Moran Logistics

A UK logistics company has opted to add natural gas trucks to its fleet in a bid to minimise carbon dioxide emissions and reduce noise pollution

Moran Logistics has joined forces with Scania Trucks to reduce the environmental impact of its fleet.

The Castle Donington-based business has invested in 15 new natural gas powered trucks, powered by the 13-litre CNG engine which also meets the Piek noise limitation standard.

Moran Logistics CEO Mark Burrell says the move is all about investing in a greener future. “This is another significant forward step in our CO2 reduction,” Burrell says.

“We’ve made a commitment to operating in a sustainable and ethical way and this sizeable investment in asset shows that commitment in action.”

The Scania tractors offer up to a 90 per cent improvement on CO2 emissions.

Burrell says the Scania team had “pulled out all of the stops” to have the new trucks delivered to his business in time for Christmas this year.

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