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Ford Trucks and CMB.TECH signing
JUNE 06, 2023 in CMB.TECH

CMB.TECH & Ford Trucks announce partnership for the conversion to dual fuel hydrogen trucks

CMB.TECH and Ford Trucks are pleased to announce a new partnership for the conversion of Ford F-Max trucks to dual fuel hydrogen trucks, using ground-breaking hydrogen technology. The trucks will be converted in CMB.TECH's Dual fuel workshop in Antwerp, with the goal of delivering the first trucks in 2023 and to further scaling up the concept.
MARCH 30, 2023 in CMB.TECH

Antwerp Terminal Services (ATS) and CMB.TECH launch World’s First Hydrogen Dual Fuel Straddle Carrier

Antwerp Terminal Services (ATS), a joint venture between MSC PSA Europe Terminal (MPET) and PSA Antwerp (PSAA), today officially launched the world’s first H2 dual fuel straddle carrier in the Port of Antwerp during a brief ceremony. Using state-of-the-art H2 dual fuel combustion engine technology, developed by cleantech company CMB.TECH and integrated into a straddle carrier with the support of ATS, the machine runs on a mix of hydrogen and diesel. It can therefore play an important role in reducing terminal greenhouse gas emissions.
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The Hydrocat 48 won in the Marine category at the Hydrogen Awards

CMB.TECH won at the Hydrogen Awards with the Hydrocat 48 in the Marine Category!
Bulk Carrier CM Bpowered By Ammonia
JANUARY 31, 2023 in CMB.TECH

WinGD and CMB.TECH co-develop large ammonia-fuelled engines

WinGD and CMB.TECH bring combined expertise to zero-carbon fuel technology in groundbreaking collaboration for fleet of ammonia fuelled bulk carriers.
CMB.TECH Workshop
DECEMBER 13, 2022 in CMB.TECH, Hydrogen

CMB.TECH launches its first dual fuel workshop to convert new trucks into dual fuel hydrogen trucks

CMB.TECH is pleased to announce the opening of the first dual fuel workshop to further scale up truck conversions. This can reduce traditional fuel usage and associated emissions by up to 80%. The first dual fuel trucks will be delivered to clients by March 2023. CMB.TECH anticipates converting 20 trucks a month.