CNG Truck News (11)

News and information on CNG-powered trucks in the UK. Trucks powered by Compressed Natural Gas are called CNG trucks and are increasing popular for local work in the UK. Powered by Bio-methane they are a much greener alternative to diesel trucks in reducing CO2 emissions. Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) versions are to be found under the LNG category. Find used CNG Powered Trucks for Sale here

If you have to drive through central London for a show, it’s best to do so in the greenest vehicle available. That’s why Iveco got involved in the Lord Mayor’s show once more.Dating back to the early 13th century, The Lord Mayor’s Show is steeped in history, and in 2022 IVECO took part in the…

Biomethane from the right sources is about as green a fuel as you can get for long distance transport today.  That’s why Scania’s recent contribution to the promotion of the fuel is vital for the environment in the short to medium term. A new initiative called the Biomethane Industrial Partnership has been initiated by the…

Given the current situation with Russia and the interruption of natural gas supplies across Europe, you could be forgiven for thinking that the gas-powered truck is set to become a piece of motoring history. Nonetheless, you would still be mistaken.  The real win from a gas-engined truck is not the use of slightly cleaner and…

Iveco is continuing to invest in their gas power technology by expanding its available fuel tank options on its IVECO S-WAY CNG 4×2 tractors, increasing the total fuel capacity to 1,052-litres, up by 132L. The CNG fuel tanks consist of four cylinders arranged in to a ‘pack’, with one pack sitting on either side of…

Amazon has already taken delivery of the first batch of 216 IVECO S-WAY CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) tractors to be operated by its partners in Europe and another 848 units have been ordered with deliveries to be started in the middle of 2022 (for a total order of 1,064 trucks). Selling 1,000 trucks to any…

Logistics is no easy business. Forget the current driver shortage – the industry has been battling with this issue for many years already. Think about the pace of change as far as environmental issues are concerned.  Many logistics companies are investing in alternative propulsion technology as an opportunity and others because their customers are demanding…

Consumer delivery firm Hermes UK is adding a further 70 units to its fleet of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuelled vehicles in a move to further reduce emissions.  This brings the total to 160 – around 50% of the company’s core hub tractor fleet. Driven by its commitment to reducing climate impact and air pollution…

National distribution and warehousing specialists, Romac Logistics, has become one of the very first operators in the UK to press the new IVECO S-WAY Natural Power into service. Joining a fleet of 220 trucks are 10 new 4×2 IVECO S-WAY AS440S46T/P NP CNG tractors. A further order that will double this is currently being finalised….

Quite a coup for Iveco to get 29 tractor units into Royal Mail.  The fact that they are all powered by gas (Bio-CNG) is even more impressive. Over the course of coming weeks, the IVECO Stralis NP 460 CNG-fuelled trucks will be introduced to the Company’s fleet in the North West of England, in addition…

This is good news for the natural gas-powered truck initiative. If a haulage company buys the same truck again at the end of a 30-month contract, then it must have worked well. No small haulier can afford to be a charity or so altruistic that they are prepared to operate trucks that are not up…

Is the news relevant to UK transport operators that Germany could continue to allow gas-powered trucks to travel toll-free?  We believe so, as it indicates that gas is a technology that will see significant growth for long distance truck operations. Gas Truck Plans to be Approved Karl Holmeier, Member of Germany’s Parliamentary Traffic Committee and…