Rolande and bp unveil the first co-branded service station


Located in the Netherlands, the new unmanned site will offer customers conventional fuels and LNG to extend the existing partnership between the companies.

Rolande and bp opened a co-branded service station in Bodegraven, the Netherlands, focused on freight traffic. While the former provides liquefied natural gas (LNG) and bio-LNG fuels, the latter provides other conventional fuels such as diesel and Adblue.

“LNG is already more sustainable than diesel. Thanks to bio-LNG, heavy goods vehicles can reduce their CO2 emissions by up to 100% compared to diesel. Bio-LNG therefore makes a substantial contribution to the European Commission’s goal of being climate neutral by 2050,” said Jolon van der Schuit, CEO of Rolande.

bp’s existing unmanned service station was completely renovated and two Rolande LNG dispensers were added. The new facility symbolizes the dynamics of sustainable development currently underway in the freight transport sector.

“This new service station is a building block of a Europe-wide LNG network. It is located at an important logistics hub of the A12 and N11 key routes, and has a strong regional function,” Van der Schuit added.

The new facility builds on the ongoing partnership between Rolande and bp. bp business customers can already use their fuel card at Rolande’s own filling stations and now, for the first time, the cooperation has resulted in a co-branded filling station.

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