• 19-SEP-2018

IVECO and Petit Forestier present Daily Blue Power NP Hi-Matic with a refrigerated box entirely powered by the 3.0 litre CNG engine

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IVECO and Petit Forestier present a Daily Blue Power NP Hi-Matic chassis cab with a refrigerated box entirely powered by the 3.0 litre Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) engine on IVECO’s Diesel-free/Low Emissions Area stand at the 2018 edition of the IAA Commercial Vehicles (IAA) exhibition.  
 
The Daily Blue Power NP Hi-Matic is the first Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) light commercial vehicle with an 8-speed automatic gearbox in the industry. It delivers the robustness, performance and reliability that the Daily is known for, together with superior comfort and fuel economy and best-in-class driveability. It combines the absolute driving pleasure of its class-exclusive Hi-Matic transmission with IVECO’s sustainable Natural Gas technology to deliver diesel-free, low-emissions sustainable transport.
 
The Daily Blue Power NP Hi-Matic chassis cab is equipped with a refrigerated body developed by Lecapitaine. Refrigeration is ensured by a Carrier Pulsor electric motor powered by the vehicle’s CNG engine. This low-emissions refrigerated transport solution is achievable thanks to the outstanding performance of the 3.0L CNG engine delivering 136 hp and 350 Nm of torque. 
 
The vehicle is part of the rental fleet of Petit Forestier, the European leader in refrigeration rental. Established in 1907, Petit Forestier is a family group that offers a broad range of refrigerated products for hire: 50,600 vehicles, 44,500 refrigerated display units and 2,700 coldstores. The group relies on a large network of agencies in France and abroad and is present in 18 countries in Central and Western Europe, as well as in the Maghreb region. With its 3,500 employees, and its two hiring brands – Petit Forestier and Stricher – Petit Forestier serves 15,000 customers with a continued commitment to quality and excellence of service. Petit Forestier generated a total turnover of up to €667,4m in 2017.
 
Hanover, 19 September 2018