For more sustainable goods transport
circulate in the Rungis market each day
can fill up quickly and easily on natural gas
99% less fine particles
emitted with gas fuel
50% less noise pollution
with lorries running on gas
Rungis, the world’s largest market, is opting for greener logistics. To do this, It has set up an LNG supply station for delivery vehicles that transit through its warehouses.
A mere 7km from Paris, Rungis offers 234 ha dedicated to the selling of fresh produce: fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, diary products… 65% of all the products sold go to the greater Paris region, and 35% to the rest of the country and abroad. Behind this figures lies a very real logistic challenge: how to improve the transport of these goods and allow distribution and transport companies to get their products to their destination with less pollution.
An LNG/CNG station in the heart of Rungis
By setting up a public LNG/CNG station, Rungis enables distribution, transport and logistic companies operating on the market to fill up quickly and easily. Gas fuel, liquefied or compressed, is mainly aimed at HGVs for the transport of goods over medium and long distances. Professionals can use the station by taking out a contract with the operator GNVert, an ENGIE subsidiary, or simply pay by credit card each time they fill up. The facility has two pump lanes accessible 24/7.
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