Kuehne + Nagel to deliver logistics solutions to biofuel project

The logistics firm will be in charge of providing several tailored solutions for Shell’s biofuels project in the Netherlands, which will produce sustainable aviation fuel and renewable diesel.

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Logistics firm Kuehne + Nagel has announced it will deliver logistics solutions for what is meant to be Europe’s biggest biofuels facility, which is being built by Shell in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and will be completed in 2024, the firm reports in a press release.

The facility will produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel, which is made from waste like cooking oil and industrial and agricultural residual products.

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