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Linde deploys additional 20 LNG fueled trucks in US fleet
6 February 2013
Linde North America has deployed 20 additional LNG Class 8 trucks in its fleet. These trucks are delivering cryogenic gases to Linde’s customers in North America.
The addition follows Linde’s deployment of three LNG trucks last year to test the performance and economic viability of LNG fuel. The success of the initial program set the stage for the current expansion.
Linde says that its growing use of LNG vehicles in its own fleet illustrates both the feasibility and advantages of switching to LNG fuel.
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