Scania Argentina delivered a CNG truck to the transportation company MB Energy, responsible for moving gasoline and diesel from Buenos Aires to Salta. The G410 A6x2 model of the Green Efficiency line was the option chosen, and it will be used to carry the fuel from refineries to service stations.
For the approval that made it possible to complete this type of operation, an authorization process was developed in conjunction with Raízen, an integrated energy company, resulting in this Scania truck being the first CNG-powered vehicle authorized to transport Shell fuels.
“Our company is working to generate new, more sustainable ways of working, and Scania was undoubtedly the ideal ally to achieve this goal,” said Cristóbal Muñoz, managing partner of MB Energy. “With this technology, in addition to optimizing costs, we are guaranteeing that the emission of polluting gases is minimized.”
In this regard, Alejandro Campero, Commercial Advisor of the Salta branch, dealer of the northwestern region of Scania Argentina, explained that “this model is ideal for transporting fuel, since its 6×2 configuration allows it to carry a tank capable of transporting a greater quantity of liters. Our goal is to provide comprehensive transportation solutions that meet the specific operational needs of each client.”