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The heavy-duty fuel cell truck project is based on Hino Profia, and is being developed taking maximum advantage of the technologies both Toyota and Hino.

The gas-powered Scania P 340 has lower noise level, great cab ergonomics and visibility. 

The Sinotruk Hohan N series has received good response from the local market since its launch by Malaysian exclusive distributor Hong Seng Group last year.

Electric trucks are now a reality for Renault Trucks, from both a commercial and industrial standpoint. In March 2020, the constructor is due to commence serial production of its D and D Wide Z.E. electric trucks in its Blainville-sur-Orne plant.

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) announced recently its vision to make all new vehicles for the Japanese market CO2-neutral by the year 2039. In line with this vision, MFTBC has stated its aims to start the series production of fuel-cell trucks by the late 2020s.

 

Vipal has announced that its VT560 tread is now available in three new widths, 210, 230 and 240 mm.

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.

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