Westport awarded additional production supply agreement for Euro 7 LPG fuel systems

Westport awarded additional production supply agreement for Euro 7 LPG fuel systems

Westport Fuel Systems chosen as LPG systems supplier for global OEM, Euro 7 platforms included.

Westport Fuel Systems, a supplier of alternative fuel systems and components, announced it has been designated as the supplier of liquifiy petroleum gas (LPG) systems to a global original equipment manufacturer (OEM).

This is in addition to the previously announced production supply agreement, adding new Euro 7 vehicle platforms planned for production by the OEM, which the company did not identify. The company forecasts that this will generate €63 million in total revenue from 2025 to 2028. This increases the revenue generated from LPG fuel system supply agreements for Euro 6 and 7 programs with this OEM to approximately €255 million, Westport says.

According to the press release, Westport will be supplying its LPG system solutions for this OEM’s Euro 6 vehicle applications starting in Q4 of this year.

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