Agreement signed between Arcese and Iveco for the delivery of 120 vehicles by 2017
This purchase includes 80 brand new Stralis TCO2 Champions, the best in terms of performance and sustainability
Arcese fleet renewal continues with the signing of a strategic agreement with one of the world’s leading sustainable vehicle manufacturers: Iveco.
During a meeting held on 28th September at the Arcese Group operative headquarters in Rovereto (Trento), the first 30 Stralis Hi-Ways AS440S46 were delivered, in the presence of Eleuterio and Matteo Arcese, Marco Manfredini – the Group’s FTL Division Manager – Pierre Lahutte – Iveco Brand President – and Mihai Daderlat – Iveco Business Director Italy & Mediterranean Area.
These new vehicles are part of an extensive supply of 120 vehicles, including 40 Stralis Hi-Ways by 2016 and 80 Stralis TCO2 Champions in 2017. In particular, this new model has just been presented at the IAA fair in Hanover, featuring state-of-the-art technologies which enable a reduction in CO2 emissions.
These new vehicles are equipped with the innovative HI-SCR catalytic reduction system, ensuring optimal engine combustion through the emission of air only. This exclusive system offers a simple solution to the great challenge of reducing the emission of pollutants, as imposed by the Euro VI standard.
Marco Manfredini comments “Our company has always focused on technological evolution and innovation. We are aware of the need to implement increasingly sustainable solutions. We have always collaborated with excellent partners, and in this light Iveco has proven itself to be the perfect supplier, with whom we can share not only business objectives but also efficiency and environmental protection values“.
In choosing Iveco, Arcese Group has consolidated its partnership with the manufacturer. Once again, it has confirmed its dedication to sustainable development and the supply of an excellent service with the utmost respect for the environment, through the development of transport solutions and new projects aimed to reduce the impact generated by its own activities.