United Kingdom
Sector: LPG

Autogas Limited supports conversion network

Autogas Limited, a partnership between Shell and Calor, confirms and extends commitment to its autogas conversion network in the UK by creating the position of conversion scheme advisor and appointing an appropriate person to take it.

The person is Auke Faber, formerly a product development engineer for Vialle in the Netherlands, where he spent nine years of his professional career being responsible for designing, testing and prototyping the Dutch manufacturer's autogas systems and components. He said this upon appointment:

With the current concerns about air quality and vehicle emissions, this is an incredibly exciting time to be joining Autogas. This is perhaps an unprecedented opportunity to help grow the LPG vehicle parc in the UK and I’m looking forward to working closely with our converters to encourage more fleets and individuals to make the switch to the cheaper, cleaner fuel.

Auke Faber, conversion scheme advisor, Autogas Limited

Auke Faber, conversion scheme advisor, Autogas Limited© Autogas LimitedWith 150 thousand LPG-powered cars on the roads, UK's autogas industry is developing steadily

Autogas Limited’s LPG conversion network was established earlier in 2015 as part of a 1 million pond investment scheme including rebranding of the company's UK refuelling stations. The workshop network includes a number of pilot conversion centres strategically located across the country who are cooperating closely with businesses and individuals willing to cut their vehicle emissions and fuel bills. In the new role, Auke Faber will provide technical support to the autogas system installers, recruit new workshops to ultimately achieve greater nationwide coverage as well as support local marketing efforts of the network's members.


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Robert Markowski
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