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HAM Group acquires 11 new LNG-fuelled vehicles

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HAM Group has announced that it has acquired 11 new Scania R 410 tractors to join its Transportes HAM fleet.

Transportes HAM fleet is a leading company in the road transport sector, specialised in flammable and cryogenic products, such as LNG, LPG, fluorocarbons, sulfur and carbon dioxide, gases from the air (oxygen, argon and nitrogen) and sulfur dioxide.

According to the statement, HAM Group’s entire fleet of vehicles is powered exclusively by LNG. The group was reportedly the first European company to bet on the use of LNG in its vehicles for road transport, with the aim of reducing the greenhouse effect. In 2000, the group imported 10 LNG-fuelled tractors from the US. Since then, the group’s fleet has continued to grow.

HAM Group claims that these latest vehicles incorporated into its fleet comply with ADR regulations, and allow the group to make safe and comfortable vehicles available to its drivers. This ensures that they can carry out their work in the best conditions, thus guaranteeing the highest quality of the group’s services.

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