PSA buying 200 LNG trucks for port use in green push

An artist’s impression of the Tuas mega port. PSA is looking at having fully electric automated guided vehicles replace diesel trucks at the upcoming Tuas Port.
An artist’s impression of the Tuas mega port. PSA is looking at having fully electric automated guided vehicles replace diesel trucks at the upcoming Tuas Port.PHOTO: MARITIME AND PORT AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - PSA Corp is buying 200 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trucks as part of a push to be greener.

PSA said the heavy vehicles - the first of this kind to be used here - will make up about 15 per cent of its truck fleet. It is expected to award the winning bid for a tender it called for the supply of the trucks by end of this month.

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