Hefame relies on a fleet of natural gas vehicles to reduce emissions

The vans, which are already in circulation, are the result of the transformation of diesel vehicles in its fleet, with which the Cooperative optimizes the consumption of resources.

March 27, 2021. The Hefame Group is betting on compressed natural gas (CNG) to gradually introduce ECO vehicles into the capillary distribution fleet, within its action plan to promote care for the environment in Spain.

The vans, which are already in circulation, are the result of the transformation of diesel vehicles in its fleet, with which the Cooperative optimizes the consumption of resources.

In the tests carried out, the system chosen for Hefame vehicles shows emission parameters of 12% less CO2, 30% less nitrogen oxide (NOx) and 37% below particulate matter.

The implementation of this combined system in the Hefame Group capillary delivery vehicles has the Eco distinctive from the General Traffic Directorate and is a measure included in the Cooperative’s environmental responsibility plan, which this year, for the first time has raised CSR to the category of strategic axis of the company.

The transformed vehicles have also released lettering to include, for the first time on the same vehicle, the images of the three brands of the Cooperative: corporate, Grupo Hefame, on the back of the vehicle; of the pharmacy brand, Interapothek, on one side, and its F+ project and its digital shopping platform fmasonline.com, on the other side.

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