Breaking News

In the Truck and Bus News Breaking News section, you will be able to learn about the hottest news and latest developments for the commercial vehicle and bus operator sector in Malaysia.

The E-Mobility Group of Daimler Trucks & Buses is now launching a worldwide initiative to establish a charging infrastructure for battery-electric trucks. The initial focus is on charging stations installed at the depots of truck customers. 

Politeknik Sandakan Sabah (PSS) has become the first Educational Institution of Higher Learning in Malaysia to sign the Scania Ecolution Partnership Agreement

Volvo Trucks is introducing four new trucks, with a strong focus on the driver environment, safety and productivity.

 

MAN Truck & Bus introduces a completely newly developed truck generation for the first time in 20 years, which is consistently oriented towards the changing requirements of the transportation industry and sets new standards for – among other things – assistance systems, driver orientation and digital networking.

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) has announced that they have completed the delivery of  over 150 units of the all-electric eCanter globally.   

Continuing from its historic sales performance result last year, Volvo Trucks has recently delivered 10 units of Volvo FM440 truck to Multimodal Freight Sdn Bhd (Multimodal), marking its first truck delivery to a key customer this year.

IVECO has presented “Your Truck Your Way”, the new social media initiative that invites IVECO S-WAY enthusiasts to share photographs of their personalised vehicle on the brand’s Facebook and Instagram pages. At the end of the initiative, the IVECO community will vote for the best design.

MAN has won an iF Gold Award for its Lion's City E as it won over the experts in the “Automobiles/Vehicle/Bikes” category with the winners will be honoured at a ceremony in Berlin on 4 May.

 

Volvo Trucks has announced that it has logged its best truck sales performance in the history of its 50 years of business operation in Malaysia with a total of 479 units of prime movers and rigid trucks sold to customers in the financial year 2019. The figures represent a 6.5% increase, selling 29 units more than the 450 total units sold in 2018.

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) under the umbrella of Daimler Trucks Asia, recently announced the customer handover of the 20,000th FUSO truck in Taiwan by local joint venture and distributor Daimler Trucks Asia Taiwan Ltd. (DTAT).

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