Vegetable oil powered cranes? Cadman Cranes to ditch diesel across mobile crane fleet

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Leading East Anglia crane hire company plans adopt hydro-treated vegetable oil in place of diesel to power its entire fleet of cranes by end of 2021

Cadman Cranes has announced plans to ditch diesel and in favour of running its entire fleet of cranes on hydro-treated vegetable oil (HVO) by the end of 2021, in a move expected to significantly slash...

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