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M&M aims to switch entire fleet to LPG

M&M PLASLINE is pushing forward with plans to become a completely green fleet by only running vehicles powered by liquefied petroleum gas.

Already 15 Citroen vehicles are running on LPG and as soon as the 32 remaining vehicles are due for replacement, LPG-powered models will be ordered. The group is hoping to make significant cost savings by transferring to the lower emission fuel.

To maintain a supply of LPG, M&M has installed a FloGas unit designed to equip the fleet at its Bishop Auckland headquarters. John Straughan, financial director at M&M added: 'Many people wrongly assume savings will only benefit private owners of vehicles, but companies with a fleet of vehicles can also gain significant benefits, which we are already starting to see.'

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