Monterrey-based company Arguz 2000 is committed to sustainable mobility and, for this, it has trusted Scania by acquiring a R410 CNG Euro 6 truck, with which they seek to contribute to the protection of the environment. The automaker has a wide portfolio of alternative fuel vehicles, and offers practices and procedures that favor the profitability of the business.
“At Arguz, we seek to contribute to the reduction of pollution figures, which are already a big problem in Monterrey. The purchase of this truck makes us happy with the results we hope to obtain and the technology it has for measuring pollutants, as well as what it will represent in terms of profitability,” said Diego Valdés, Director of the company, and added that for two years they have sought to venture into the use of an alternative fuel such as CNG.
For Arguz, a company dedicated to the transport of goods to supermarkets, it is important to offer options that also correspond to the environmental corporate philosophies of their clients.
The company, which employs more than 300 workers, plans to switch its entire fleet to natural gas trucks in the future. In these times where the economy could be uncertain, for heavy transport companies, “the formula is not to have more trucks, but to have profitable and efficient trucks,” concluded Valdés.
Source: Scania Mexico