PIMK chooses methane to decarbonize its fleet

Bulgarian transport company acquires 50 CNG Iveco trucks

The number of transport companies that choose methane as fuel for their vehicles keeps growing. Recently, also Bulgarian PIMK, the sector’s leader in Eastern Europe has signed a deal to acquire 50 new Iveco Stralis NP CNG vehicles featuring a 400 hp engine, which according to the manufacturer, generate 99% less particulate matter, 90% less NOx, and 95% less CO2, compared to equivalent diesel vehicles.”
“With the 50 new IVECO Stralis NP running on natural gas we are meeting the highest environmental standards for transport,” underline in a message the owners of PIMK, Ilian Filipov and Penko Nestorov, also pointing out to the low noise level generated by the vehicles which are thus perfect for transport in city centers with noise limitations and for night-time deliveries.


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08 January 2019 - 15:29 CET