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.

Daimler Trucks sold fewer vehicles in 2019 than in 2018 in a market environment that has been weakening significantly since the summer. In the first eleven months of 2019, sales of 446,800 units by the brands.

Volvo Trucks announced that one of the largest logistics companies that provides transportation, container haulage, warehousing and maintenance services around Penang, Northern Malaysia, KLIA and Johor

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) has now announced the launch of the model year 2019 Fighter medium-duty truck.

Volvo Trucks recently launched its corporate social responsibility initiative comprising the contribution of a heavy-duty Volvo FM330 4x2 rigid truck complete with customised body frabrication to the Kechara Soup Kitchen Society (KSK).

Scania is strengthening its presence in Thailand and Asia, with a new assembly facility for trucks and bus chassis in the Bangkok Free Trade Zone.

The new Arocs is remaining true to its virtues, and continues to excel with power, robustness and efficiency.

In order to provide leading fuel efficiency to its customers, Volvo Trucks is introducing Volvo FH with I-Save. By combining the new D13TC engine with updated fuel-saving features, this new solution can cut fuel costs by up to 7% in long-haul operations – without compromising drivability.

“China International Conference on Tyre Industry Cooperation & Developments”, a forum for the tyre sector in China, will take place on the 29th of November during Automechanika Shanghai.

Automechanika Shanghai — and the British communications agency Valebridge Media Services, have organised a new tyre conference for the China market.

Scania Malaysia sees potential for growth in Sarawak with work on the Pan Borneo Highway project in the state progressing well.

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