Bumps expected from B20 rollout


Newly-introduced: FGV strategic communications executive Ili Diyana Amirrudin holding up samples B20 biodiesel after the launch in Kuala Lumpur. — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: The impending rollout of the national B20 biodiesel programme in the transportation sector will lead to higher costs, which is coming at a critical time for the logistics industry, transport operators claim.

This is because significant upgrades are required for their lorries and buses before such mass adoption can be seamlessly executed, said operators as well as engine manufacturers.

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