Rebro Transport Service, from Rucphen in the southern Netherlands, has begun using two Volvo LNG trucks. As one of the first delivery companies in the Netherlands to recognize transport with an LHV aggregate, the corporation has made its transport provider extra sustainable by using Liquefied Natural gas-fueled automobiles.
The vehicles are specially used for the distribution of applications in Germany, with the PitPoint LNG station on the Truckeasy fuelling station of DCB Energy in Venlo (a city in the southeast of the Netherlands, close to the German border) turning into a set carrier point. LNG refueling in Venlo gives an excellent operating radius in Germany, in which LNG vans are exempt from MAUT.
CO2 Reduction of 20 percentage
“You can use a simple calculation”, says Roy Rens, owner of Rebro Transport. “An LHV (Long, Heavy Vehicle inclusive of a container truck, a dolly, and a box chassis or trailer) can carry as much as 50 percent extra cargo. This affects in substantial fee financial savings and is likewise better for the surroundings. We now have eight LHV mixtures and have been gambling with using LNG trucks to make our transport extra sustainable, which our clients also consider. After all, LNG trucks emit 20 percent less CO2.
“The monetary photo is proper, and this is the figuring out aspect for us now to pressure LNG vans. In Germany, we do now not have to pay Maut with LNG trucks as much as and which includes 2020, and within the Netherlands, there can be an incentive scheme for LNG.”
The two Volvo LNG trucks are geared up with a 205 kg LNG gas tank for as much as one thousand kilometers. “We have a branch in Meerbusch in Germany,” says Rens. “That is the place of those vans, used constantly at least six days per week. In Germany, the network of LNG filling stations continues to be beneath improvement, but from Meerbusch the PitPoint.LNG LNG filling station in Sevenum (Venlo) is easily accessible.”
Truck transport was made in collaboration with Volvo Trucks dealer Bluekens Truck and Bus. Without delay, the drivers of the brand-new LNG vans were provided with LNG tank education using PitPoint.
DCB Energy notes LNG burns cleaner than diesel, resulting in 95% fewer particulate emissions being counted and eighty% fewer emissions of nitrogen oxides. It also has 15% -25%, much less CO2 emissions. LNG is, therefore, already broadly used inside the United States and in various European countries. A distribution network has been installed alongside the most essential worldwide delivery routes, the so-e Corridors. These foremost transport corridors run throughout Europe from North to South, East to West, and vice versa.