ZF location Saarbrücken relies on trucks with environmentally friendly natural gas drive!
  • Eleven trucks take over freight transport between the ZF sites in Saarland
  • ZF and its long-standing customer Iveco are taking the path to greater climate protection and lower pollutant emissions together
  • Transport trucks running on liquid or compressed natural gas reduce the environmental impact of thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, soot particles and noise
  • Target: By 2025, the number of gas trucks in ZF's local and long-distance logistics is to increase tenfold from the current 20 to 200 
Saarbrücken. ZF and its long-standing commercial vehicle customer Iveco are jointly pursuing the path to more climate protection and significantly lower pollutant emissions: Together, they enable freight forwarders on the road for ZF to use natural gas-powered freight trucks to cover their costs. Recently, eleven natural gas-powered trucks of the logistics company Duvenbeck in Saarland have been on the road to take over freight transport between the ZF locations there. A new filling station, operated by Liquind, provides the appropriate fuel replenishment.
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(Source: https://press.zf.com)
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