Transportes INLAGRI acquires five LNG-powered Iveco Stralis

April 22, 2016. The Spanish company has opted for Iveco to expand its fleet with the acquisition of five new units of its Stralis heavy vehicle powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).

   According to estimates by Iveco, this vehicle allows fuel savings of 40% and a 10% reduction in total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to diesel.

   Transport vehicles purchased by INLAGRI are Stralis model AT440S33T/P with Hi-Road cab, powered by a Cursor 8 LNG engine with a capacity of 330hp and intarder. They have a dual supply of liquefied and compressed gas. To do this, they have a deposit of 567 liters of LNG and four CNG cylinders with a total capacity of 280 liters, together, give them a range of around 800 kilometers. Trucks are also equipped with the latest security technology and have been manufactured in compliance with the demands of the company.

   David Arnedo, Manager of the Spanish transport company, highlights the commitment of INLAGRI for offering "a cleaner and more efficient logistics services."

   The operation was performed through the official Iveco dealer Bomloy in the provinces of Álava, Vizcaya and Burgos, confirming the commitment of the brand with the development of engines that use alternatives energies to diesel.


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