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Issue 23
Issue 23COVERSTORY: The Longest Bus Journey in the World!ON THE GROUND:A Vital Industry at the Brink of Another Crisis?ENVIRONMENT:Better Together: Supernice and Scania Ecolution Download free Copy
Issue 21
Issue 21COVERSTORY:Petron Pumps its Business from the Philippines into MalaysiaSAFE ROADS:Volvo Supports Drivers with Safety FeaturesCOMPANY PROFILEWY Supreme Auto Parts Sdn Bhd Download free Copy
Issue 22
Issue 22COVERSTORY:The Truth About RetreadsEVENTS:MCVE 2021 - Regional LaunchpadHISTORYMAN - Always Driven by Alternatives Download free Copy
Issue 19
Issue 19COVERSTORY:Volvo and SingaporeFEATURE STORY:Malaysia’s First Electric BusTECH TALK 32Keeping It Cool Biodiesel and the Importance of Filtration
Issue 18
Issue 18COVERSTORY:Bus World South East AsiaSPECIAL REPORTCAPAS Opens BigFEATURE STORYTerus Maju Services Expands Chassis Offering
ITF Transport Outlook 2019
ITF Transport Outlook 2019 The ITF Transport Outlook 2019 presents scenarios for the future of transport for all sectors and modes until 2050. How will demand for transport develop over the next three decades? How will this affect transport CO2 emissions? How could various disruptive developments affect transport? To what extent will transport’s future resemble its past, and to what degree will it become something altogether different?
Issue 20
Issue 20COVERSTORY:Daimler Trucks Asia Electrifies, AutomatesFEATURE STORY:MAN is driving into the Future at BusworldEVENTSBus Rapit Transit Conference
Issue 17
Issue 17COVERSTORY:Moving Up the Value ChainINNOVATIONSBeing Part of the Solution with Scania EcolutionLAUNCHESTC Truck Sales Launches King Long Bus
Issue 15
Issue 15COVERSTORY:The Truth About RetreadsEVENTS:MCVE 2021 - Regional LaunchpadHISTORYMAN - Always Driven by Alternatives
Issue 14
Issue 14SPECIAL REPORTKhimaira Partners with AirGo Design for a New Travelling ExperienceTHOUGHT LEADERSAn update from Scania’s CEOPRODUCT FOCUSFilters Look the Same, are the Same, are They? Petronas Lubricants Got You Covered
Issue 16
Issue 16LAUNCHES:Sendok Group Reveals Co-Star and Placer-XCELEBRATEUlu Pandan Bus Depot Hosts Bus CarnivalFEATURE STORYSC Auto Launches Asia’s first Integral Bus designed and Built in Singapor
Issue 13
Issue 13SPECIAL REPORTComposite Of Technology And Innovation Helps MG Mould E3SAFE ROADS:Microsleep - The Silent KillerEVENTS:CAPAS 2018
Issue 12
Issue 12COVERSTORY:Focus on MAN at the Busworld Europe 2017INNOVATIONSSingapore's Bus UncleCOMPANY PROFILEPretty in Pink
 Issue 11
Issue 11COVERSTORY:Scania Driver Competition Sees Malaysian WinnerFEATURE STORYZF Moves BusesHEADLIGHTSCommunication is Key
Issue 9
Issue 9COVERSTORY:Inside Rapid KLSAFE ROADS:Fatigue - A Deadly Wake-up CallHEADLIGHTSShe ain't Your Momma!
Issue 10
Issue 10COVERSTORY:MCVE 2017 Delivers on its promiseIN THE WORKSHOPAt Your Service, At Your Place
A multi-criteria sustainability assessment for biodiesel and liquefied natural gas as alternative fuels in transport systems
A multi-criteria sustainability assessment for biodiesel and liquefied natural gas as alternative fuels in transport systems The incorporation of clean-fuel technologies has become essential for the sustainability of the transportation sector. Natural gas technology, especially the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG), has become a possible alternative to diesel oil in freight transport because of its acceptable autonomy and low fuel prices. For the introduction of this alternative fuel, freight companies need tools that allow them to perform an integrated assessment of relevant aspects related to environment, economy and social responsibility. This paper introduces a multi-criteria based methodology that integrates the key factors involved in the transport system: vehicles, infrastructure and fuels, and consideration of the three pillars of sustainability, as well as the reliability of technology, legislation and market issues. In particular, a case study for the impact assessment of LNG in comparison to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) and diesel oil as regular long-haul freight transport fuels in Spain was developed. The information for the comparison process was obtained from peer-reviewed articles and reports from international and Spanish institutions, while the primary data was obtained through semi-structured in-depth interviews to the different stakeholders. A weighted sustainability index for each alternative was developed to integrate the data obtained through the analytic hierarchy process. The results indicate that LNG trucks would be an attractive option compared to diesel oil and HVO, provided that decision-makers give significant weight to social and environmental criteria, and that the government guarantees a legislative security to maintain the low taxes on natural gas. Integration of stakeholders allows making the most appropriate decision according to the objectives of the company. The application of the proposed methodology shows consistent results, which should ensure the success of a long-term alternative in the dynamic market for transportation fuels.
Asian Buses Issue 6
Asian Buses Issue 6COVERSTORY:Daimler Opens Regional Centre In SingaporeFEATURE STORY:Soon Chow Workshop – Heritage and vision for the future HINO blossoms and weathers slowdownFUEL SAVINGSHow tyres contribute to optimised fuel consumption
Asian Buses Issue 5
Asian Buses Issue 5COVERSTORY:TransformationBUS FEATUREMAN Lions CoachINNOVATIONSLow-cost KERS
Asian Buses Issue 8
Asian Buses Issue 8COVERSTORY:J-Bus Gears up for a Safe FutureSPECIAL REPORTRunning a Bus Yard: German Style
Asian Buses Issue 7
Asian Buses Issue 7COVERSTORY:IAA 2016 Reminds you of What is Good in BusesFACILITIESMelaka SentralFUTURE TECHNOLOGYGreyhound Study
Asian Buses Issue 4
Asian Buses Issue 4COVERSTORY:MAN Celebrates 100 YearsFEATURE STORY:Bus Priority and BRT in Asia, Australia and New Zealand
Asian Buses Issue 3
Asian Buses Issue 3COVERSTORY:The BVB in Asia on MAN busSAFE ROADS:Keeping an eye on fatigueTECH TALKEURO Emission Norms
Asian Buses Issue 2
Asian Buses Issue 2COVERSTORY:MIBTC 2015BUS FEATURE:Scania MarcopoloTEST DRIVEFord Transit
Asian Buses Issue 1
Asian Buses Issue 1Name of our MagazineFrom this issue onwards, this magazine is called ASIAN BUSES and will replace the Asian Trucker Bus Special.COVER STORY:DieseltechnicLAUNCH:Vovlo Bus Chassis
Bus Special - Issue 2
Bus Special - Issue 2COVERSTORY:Volvo Mobility of the FutureFEATURE STORY:IAA GermanyNews & NotesMoving the Island: Rapid Penang