Both partners plan to construct a third stand-alone fuelling station in the area, in line with the green plans of the industry for a more sustainable future.

The new to-be-built station will serve LNG and liquid to compressed natural gas (LCNG), as well as traditional fuel. The station will have a storage capacity of 80,000 litres, equipped with an LNG dispenser for LNG powered trucks and an LCNG refueling system for CNG vehicles.

Moreover, the station will be located on the van den Broek premises and will begin operation in April 2020.

LIQAL will be responsible for the design, manufacture and delivery of this project, whereas Maes Energy & Mobility is responsible for building and operating the filling station for the traditional fuels.

Joost Jansen, business development manager at LIQAL stated

LIQAL delivers high performance refuelling stations for LNG and LCNG, with low total cost of ownership. We are delighted to continue our collaboration with Drive Systems and reinforce our leading position in the Belgian market.