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Almajdouie Logistics launches hydrogen truck in KSA



The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) Transport General Authority (TGA) has launched the first-ever hydrogen truck in collaboration with Almajdouie Logistics. According to a release, “The hydrogen truck has zero carbon emissions and aligns with the KSA’s initiatives for sustainable development. It is specifically designed and prepared to transport goods safely and cover long distances exceeding 400 km. Almajdouie Logistics and Air Products Qudra Company includes the design, financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of hydrogen-related infrastructure, including hydrogen refuelling stations across various locations in the Kingdom.” The truck runs on hydrogen as fuel with a capacity of up to 35 kg and a gas pressure of up to 350 bar. The launch comes after a strategic partnership between Almajdouie Logistics and Air Products Company, aiming at building an environmental solution for hydrogen transportation in the Kingdom and enhancing the hydrogen transportation sector within the region, it added. The pact is part of a wider feasibility study in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and the Saudi Green Initiative. This initiative underscores TGA’s commitment to providing an environment free of CO2 emissions and contributing to the National Strategy for Transport and Logistics, in line with the goals of the Saudi Vision 2030.

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