26 August 2014
26 August 2014
Hexagon Lincoln has received TITAN, TITAN XL and SMARTSTORE orders valued at approximately US$ 21 million.
According to Hexagon, the orders are from existing and new clients in North America, Latin America and South East Asia. The modules and trailers will transport compressed natural gas (CNG) for industrial use in Canada and Mexico, and to vehicle refuelling daughter stations in Malaysia and South America.
"We are pleased with the response to our new TITAN XL, which is the largest CNG trailer of its kind," said Frank Haeberli, Vice President Gas Distribution Products. "Our first 14 units were ordered by leading gas transportation clients based in Mexico just weeks after our new product announcement." Hexagon Lincoln says is responding to the strong demand by commissioning an additional TITAN winder into operation.
The majority of deliveries of the new orders are scheduled for the third and fourth quarters of 2014.
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