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"Sberbank Leasing" will participate in the project for the development of NGV market in the Rostov region press releases 04.12.2018 at 13:10

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"Sberbank Leasing" will participate in the implementation of the pilot project "Development of motor fuel market in the Rostov region".

on November 30 in Rostov-on-don hosted a meeting on the development of NGV market. The meeting was attended by Director of Department for work with regional network of JSC "Sberbank Leasing" Olga Kirillova. Following the meeting was signed the plan of measures on implementation of the pilot project "Development of motor fuel market of the Rostov region" for the years 2018-2021.

In the framework of the project PJSC "Gazprom" to ensure the accelerated development of gas infrastructure, and the government of the region — increase in fleet running on natural gas. In the implementation of the agreement concluded about a year ago the Rostov region and JSC "Gazprom" will take part, banks and leasing companies, equipment manufacturers — KAMAZ, GAZ, "Iveco", and the criminal code "Rosnano".

currently, the improvement of environmental friendliness of passenger transport is one of the important directions of development of bus fleets. "Sberbank Leasing" for many years was actively involved in the upgrade of public transport, paying great attention to the safety of passengers and improving the environment. The company has already financed the purchase of some 450 buses running on gas fuel. On the day of the meeting in Rostov-on-don took place the solemn transfer of the Nizhny Novgorod 50 running on compressed natural gas low-floor buses, funded by the JSC "Sberbank Leasing". Just the city, according to the terms of the contract, will be transferred to 100 buses "LiAZ". The event was attended by Governor of Nizhny Novgorod, Gleb Nikitin, the head of Nizhny Novgorod Vladimir Panov. "Sberbank Leasing" plans to continue to Finance the acquisition of equipment running on gas fuel.