Transordizia High and Heavy became involved in natural gas powered vehicles seven years ago. “For us, gas is the immediate future for sustainable transport. It's cheaper and you spend less. The lorry may be more expensive, but you make up for it”, explains Fran, the top gas precursor in the company's fleet. So much so there are currently 37 liquid natural gas vehicles among the 110 lorries.

On top of that, the company's facilities house the first fuel station with a buried tank in Europe, which has an 80 cubic metre tank.

This shows a commitment to sustainable environmentally friendly energies that reduce the impact of polluting emissions from fossil fuels.