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Intraco introduces first CNG-driven motorcycle
FE Report
3/20/2006
 

          Intraco CNG Ltd has launched new service 'CNG conversion service for diesel driven vehicles and motorcycles' at the China-Bangladesh Friendship Conference Centre in the city recently.
Managing Director of Intraco Group Md Riyadh Ali formally inaugurated the new service.
From now on Intraco CNG will covert the diesel-driven vehicles and motorcycles and petrol/octane-driven vehicles at a reasonable price in compliance with modern, innovative and sustainable technology.
This is the first time that the Intraco CNG Ltd has introduced the CNG-driven motorcycle in the country.
Workshops and service centres of the company are working round the clock for the best client services.
Piyush Kumar Singh, director, Altenergy, USA, Irad Ali, CEO, Rafiq Sarker, executive director, and senior executives of Intraco CNG Ltd, were present on the occasion.
Managing Director of RPGCL Md Abdul Wadud attended the function as the chief guest.

 

 
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