Swedish truck manufacturer Scania has visited the international trucking company Primafrio to learn about the new facilities of the Murcia-based company which announced that, as part of its strategy to be an environmentally responsible company, it will begin testing new Scania natural gas trucks in its fleet.
The new CEO of Scania Ibérica Sebastián Figueroa was able to see firsthand the operation of Primafrio’s headquarters, equipped with the latest technology in fleet information, monitoring and control systems. “From Scania, we will continue betting on the manufacture of safe trucks, equipped with the latest technology and with a clear commitment to the environment to be at the forefront of the service, as required by a customer like Primafrio,” said Figueroa and thanked the cordial welcome.
In this regard, Primafrio will soon begin testing a fleet with Scania trucks powered by natural gas, in response to its strategy to be one of the cleanest transport companies committed to the environmental future, adopting environmentally-friendly and competitive transport solutions and responding to the growing demand of the industry in this field.
José Esteban Conesa, CEO of Primafrio, also commented: “Scania visit to our facilities causes us great joy as we maintain a commercial relationship of more than 30 years, and the brand currently occupies the second position in number of units within our fleet volume.”
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