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MAN Malaysia announced its plan to introduce a low-emission Euro V engine as an option in 2023 to help bus operators reduce their carbon footprint.
Speaking at MAN BAGUS, an annual gathering for key players from the bus industry at its Serendah CKD assembly plant, MAN Malaysia Managing Director Andrew O’Brooks hopes to start taking orders for the MAN e-chassis by next year.
“However, this depends on the development of the EV-charging infrastructure that we hope would be the primary focus of the Malaysian authorities. These are ground-breaking moves by MAN Malaysia as we continue to offer environmentally-friendly options to the transport industry as we lead the drive towards carbon neutral status for Malaysia by 2050. The introduction of Euro V engines and e-chassis would certainly differentiate MAN Bus offerings, which are already renowned for their quality, reliability, versatility and flexibility,” he said.
O’Brooks expressed confidence that bus operators in Malaysia would have the foresight to join the sustainability journey like many of their counterparts in the transport and logistics sector who did not hesitate to add the new MAN Truck Generation with Euro V engines to their fleet.....
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在该公司的双文丹组装厂举行的年度主要巴士业者聚会MAN BAGUS上，马来西亚曼恩董事经理奥布鲁克斯（Andrew O’Brooks）表示，他们希望明年开始接曼恩电动底盘的订单。
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