Disfrimur plans zero-footprint fleet and more NGV stations with Molgás
With the help of Molgas, Disfrimur will open three new natural gas service stations in Spain, which will join the current five the company has. In its project to contribute to a sustainable improvement and aware of the impact generated by its activity, the Murcia transport company has been operating with alternative fuel vehicles for more than a decade, especially CNG and LNG.
“The intention is to contribute to the rapid and massive deployment of natural gas in transportation, because it is a clean and safe energy, which translates into the company’s objective to bet on invisible transportation,” said the president of Disfrimur Juan Sánchez.
Currently, Disfrimur has five natural gas stations in the provinces of Murcia (Era Alta and Molina), Alicante, Valencia and Málaga (Antequera), which allow the refueling of both light and heavy vehicles, as they feature CNG and LNG pumps. They also serve public service fleets, such as solid waste collection trucks and urban and interurban passenger transport, as well as private bi-fuel cars, taxi fleets and car rental companies.
With this agreement, Molgas adds to its station network three new key locations for national and international logistics hubs such as Ciempozuelos, Zaragoza and Sagunto, consolidating its commitment to the use of natural gas as an economical, safe and environmentally friendly fuel. The energy company is present in all European LNG terminals and has a network of natural gas stations in Portugal, Spain, France and Italy.