SEUR has added 10 Volvo LNG tractors to increase the number of their environmentally-friendly fleet. With each of these vehicles, the company will save 10% of fuel consumption in each route compared to diesel, getting a total saving of 50,000 liters of fuel in a year. These tractors are operational since July in transport routes throughout the Spanish geography.
This new acquisition is part of DrivingChangeTM, the company’s corporate social responsibility strategy, which includes its “carbon neutral” commitment aimed at measuring, reducing and compensating their carbon footprint, and offering neutral carbon shipments at no cost additional to all their customers. In this sense, SEUR has displaced more than 65,000 tons of CO2 and managed to reduce 5.22% of its emissions, reaching an average of 0.47 kg CO2e per package delivered last year.
Thanks to these 10 tractor trucks, which have a power of 460 HP, CO2 emissions will be reduced by 234.4 tons per year, CO by 30%, and NOx by 35%. SEUR will also minimize the environmental noise caused by the vehicles’ circulation, and will reduce the emissions of harmful particles that cause pollution in the cities by 99%.
SEUR, in its commitment to corporate social responsibility and improving efficiency in the last mile distribution, has focused on different projects such as urban hubs, alternative fuel vehicle fleet and the commitment to the pickup network.