Malaysian truck associations team up to oppose proposed B10 mandate

August 8, 2018 |

In Malaysia, the Pan-Malaysia Lorry Owners’ Association 1987 as well as the Association of Malaysian Hauliers oppose plans to boost the biodiesel mandate to 10% next year from the current 7%. Both claim that the higher biodiesel blend would damage their trucks, requiring servicing more often and requiring upgrades to engines to allow them to use 10% biodiesel. The hauliers association said that if B10 is rolled out then B7 should still be made available for those who want the fuel.

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