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More Malaysian transporters, especially in Johor, committing to reduce their fleets’ carbon footprint with lower emission MAN Trucks.
The Southern region continues to be a key growth area for MAN Truck & Bus (M) Sdn Bhd (MAN Malaysia), contributing towards MAN’s upward trajectory in Malaysia following a sterling year in 2022. This, the company believes, is driven by the overwhelming market response to its Euro V-powered New MAN Truck range.
A growing number of hauliers now opt for the New MAN Trucks with low emission Euro V engines as standard that are said to have been proven to help businesses achieve sustainability and goals.
Speaking at the handover of New MAN Trucks to Johor-based transporters witnessed by more than 50 members of the Johor Trucking Association (JTA), MAN Malaysia Managing Director Andrew O’Brooks said the company was grateful for the industry’s support and growing number of returning and new customers.
“We are delighted to see more and more Malaysian transporters, especially in Johor, committing to reduce their fleets’ carbon footprint with lower emission MAN Trucks. 2022 was an amazing year of growth for us and with increasing support from key players in the industry across the country, we look forward to an exciting year ahead,” he said....
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