October 20, 2020. The company began its commitment to liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) as alternative energy for professional transportation in 2018.
Now, Onturtle is once again giving a new push to its environmental commitment and is expanding its natural gas supply network with the addition of five new service stations in the Netherlands. They are located in Beneluxhaven (Rotterdam), Roosendaal, Harnaschpolder, Servenum and Borne, all of them, strategic and key points, adapted to the usual routes of international transport, to facilitate the access to refueling from the main roads and highways or nearby the border with Germany. All dispensing nozzles are adapted for Volvo trucks.
To this premiere in the Netherlands, OnTurtle adds three other facilities that have begun to operate in parallel in France, specifically in the towns of Fretin, Gonfreville-L’Orcher and La Rochelle.
In total, it has 62 natural gas refueling stations in five European countries: Spain, France, Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands. A network that has not stopped growing since OnTurtle broke into the gas business two years ago as an alternative to traditional fuels and that confirms its firm commitment to professional transport that is more respectful of the environment.