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TrojanH2 positions itself at the forefront of Australian hydrogen transportation
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TrojanH2 positions itself at the forefront of Australian hydrogen transportation

TrojanH2 Logistics has today (27th April) said it is set to manoeuvre into the lucrative hydrogen transportation market by positioning itself as Australia’s very first molecular storage, haulage and distribution company.

Having recognised the growing acceleration of hydrogen hubs around Australia, the company has executed two separate deals with major industry suppliers to meet the need for a secure, reliable and affordable logistics solution to transport hydrogen.

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This includes a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with suppliers for the delivery of 100 liquid hydrogen fuel stations in addition to a $2.8m agreement to immediately acquire two ADR-approved liquid hydrogen trailers capable of holding around 55,000 litres, or nearly four tonnes.

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