HAM launches new Spanish LNG filling station

HAM Group has opened a new LNG filling station for trucks in Madrid as it continues to build a network of fueling facilities both in Spain and Europe.

Located at Velilla de San Antonio in the Madrid metropolitan area, the new LNG filling station features one 80-cbm tank.

It also has one LNG dispenser for refueling trucks and heavy vehicles, HAM said.

With this unit, HAM expanded its network to 80 LNG and CNG service stations spread across Spain and strategic points on the main European land transport routes, it said.

HAM added it would build more LNG stations as an increasing number of owners opt for the fuel to slash emissions and costs.

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