The Mayor of Olavarría Ezequiel Galli visited the YPF San Jacinto service station, located on Route 51, Province of Buenos Aires, where the construction of the first public service station that will allow fast refueling of CNG to trucks in Argentina is underway, reported the municipality in a press release.
During this visit, details of the project and the state of the construction work, which relies entirely on local labor, were known. The mayor was accompanied by the Director of Companies and Industrial Groups, Edith Schoos, and the Director of Employment Natalia Alcaza.
The work carried out at the filling station owned by Jorge, Mónica and Eduardo Hernando will result in significant benefits not only for carriers, but will also speed up the refueling time for private vehicles. The CNG station will feature technology from the Argentine company Aspro.
“The Hernando family has a huge entrepreneurial tradition in Olavarría and the installation of this new station with state-of-the-art technology confirms it,” said Mayor Galli. “And it is not only a benefit for the carriers who will be able to use the new services, but will also generate a virtuous circle with investment and local labor.”
Source: Municipality of Olavarría