The latest news from Haltermann Carless
Read through what’s been going on at Haltermann Carless and find links to the HCS Group for the latest group information.
The technology behind biofuels and synthetic fuels is evolving, opening up new possibilities for emission reduction. Alessandro Ferrari, Head of Development of Performance Fuels at Haltermann Carless provides insights to Automotive Powertrain Technology International magazine.
Oliver Solberg showcased his commitment to sustainability at Britain’s Roger Albert Clark Rally, where he powered through the challenging stages using the sustainable race fuel Carless® Hiperflo® ECO98 R70.
Haltermann Carless has maintained its EcoVadis Gold rating 2023. With a significant improved overall score, the company is among the top 3% of chemical companies rated by EcoVadis.
Global energy solutions as possible paths to climate neutrality - this is what the association Global Energy Solutions (GES) wants to achieve. We are pleased to have been invited for an interview on the subject of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).
Rali Ceredigion has been the first UK rally to introduce a sustainable race fuel. Hiperflo® ECO98 R70 from Haltermann Carless consists of 70% biogenic components and enables greenhouse gas emissions to be almost halved.
Following the successful acquisition by the International Chemical Investors Group (ICIG), HCS Group will form the basis for a new strategic platform within ICIG.
As a member of aireg – Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany – HCS Group will support the ramp-up and adoption of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) to assist the aviation industry in achieving its ambitious greenhouse gas emission targets.
Lufthansa Group and HCS Group sign LOI to partner on the production and supply of Sustainable Aviation Fuel “Made in Germany”
The long-term cooperation on Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) could enable Lufthansa Group and HCS Group to reduce carbon emissions in aviation as of early 2026. The fuel will be produced at the Haltermann Carless manufacturing site in Germany. SAF represents an important pillar on the path to decarbonisation in aviation.