The activity program of the delegation also included the institutional presentation of its NGV technology sector and industrial services through its official stand, as well as conducting round tables and attending meetings and conferences.
Argentina achieved “an experience that no other country has and many countries in Latin America have tried to follow the example”, and has developed an industry that is “exported to the world” with a strong presence “in about 40 countries,” Julio Fracchia, CAGNC chairman, said to the news agency Télam.
Moreover, Galileo CEO Osvaldo Del Campo explained that the world’s vision regarding Argentine industry “is that as a country, we are the authority on CNG. Certainly, we have the highest level of development.” This is an industry with “huge savings for people, huge environmental benefits but fundamentally a tech industry that today we are exporting to all over the world,” he added.
Among the Argentine companies that displayed their products, were Agira, Aspro, GNC Galileo, Inflex-Argentoil, Kioshi, ProGNC and OYRSA, as well as the publishing house company and event organizer NGV Communications Group with all its magazines.