Hexagon Agility has joined IRU, the world road transport organisation, as its newest member to coalesce efforts and enable a greener road transport sector.
Hexagon Agility offers a wide range of clean and renewable natural gas solutions for gaseous energy distribution systems and heavy-duty vehicles, for both medium- and long-haul transport.
With a team of over 900 alternative fuel professionals located near original equipment manufacturers, dealers and fleet operators in ten locations around the world, Hexagon Agility is committed to enabling a carbon-neutral future while reducing fleet operating costs.
IRU Secretary General Umberto de Pretto said, “We are delighted to welcome Hexagon Agility into the IRU family. Their global perspective and experience in alternative fuels will bring invaluable insights on decarbonisation and help our network and industry to become carbon neutral while continuing to effectively meet demand for road transport services.”
“Their expertise in decarbonisation is a perfect fit with our Green Compact and will strengthen our industry’s collective roadmap to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050,” he added.
Hexagon Agility CEO Hans Peter Havdal said, “Transport is responsible for nearly 20% of global CO2 emissions. Change is urgent. We look forward to working with IRU’s global network to accelerate the transition to a greener future.”
“We have been providing clean fuel solutions and gas distribution services for over six decades. We look forward to joining IRU’s rich membership of transport and logistics companies,” he added.
Hexagon Agility’s roots trace back to 1963, with a first facility in Nebraska, United States, which produced filament-wound rocket motor cases for NASA. Today, it is the global leading provider of clean fuel solutions for commercial vehicles and gas transport solutions.
Hexagon Agility has an 80% market share in the clean fuel business in the United States. Its product offerings include lightweight and high-capacity renewable natural gas storage and delivery systems, based on its Type 4 composite cylinder technology.