Johannesburg, South Africa – Sasol has unveiled its new fleet of state-of-the-art truck fleet at the 2017 Truck X Conference and Expo at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit to bolster its market delivery efficiency and enhance its supply chain network.
“We’re excited about our new fleet as it will bring significant advantages to our business that will ultimately benefit our customers. With this additional capacity, customers are now able to import the latest vehicle technology enabled by a combination of the latest fuel technology,” said Christopher Kabosha, Senior Manager: Corporate Affairs and Marketing at Sasol Energy.
Sasol has the only world-class in-house fuels technology research and development (R&D) capacity in South Africa. Through on-going investment in its R&D, the company has led the industry in bringing to market South Africa’s first premium 10ppm diesel, Sasol Turbodiesel™ ULS 10ppm.
“We’re proud to be at the cutting edge of industry-leading technology. Our premium diesel offers significant advantages to our customers through enhanced fleet efficiency and environmental sustainability responsibility, ” added Kabosha.
Sasol will become the first company in South Africa to operate a fleet of MAN Euro VI trucks that will operate exclusively on Sasol Turbodiesel™ ULS 10ppm, making it one of the most efficient commercial truck fleets in South Africa.
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