Iveco brings methane and LNG fueled vehicles to Japan
The sales of Stralis NP 400 and the Daily Blue Power range begins
Methane (liquefied and compressed) for road transport arrives in Japan. In the past few days during an event at the Nippon Press Center in Tokyo, Iveco actually launched the sales of Stralis NP 400 and the Daily Blue Power range in Japan. It was a follow-up of the agreement for the use of LNG for transport that the Japanese government had signed with the European Country.
"Less than a year ago, the Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the European Commission signed a Memorandum of Cooperation on the development of Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) fuel in road and maritime freight applications,” comments brand president of Iveco, Pierre Lahutte, “here we are today launching our natural gas ranges and selling the first LNG truck that will operate on one of the busiest freight routes in the world, Tokyo-Osaka, with around 100,000 trucks driving it every day.”
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15 May 2018 - 13:59 CEST