TRUCKMAKERS NEWS * Europe - DAF trucks / VOLVO truck
* Germany - Monopoly based in St. Petersburg (Russia), order 700 DAF trucks
Hanover,Germany -DAF (PR) -29 Sept 2014: -- Monopoly, one of Russia’s largest companies specialized in transportation of conditioned food products, will acquire 700 new DAF XF trucks to expand its fleet. The order was signed at the IAA exhibition in Hanover... Delivery of the vehicles will take place this and next year... As a result of the new order, the fleet of Monopoly will grow to over 1.000 units of which 700 DAF trucks... “We have chosen for DAF after monitoring the performance of the trucks and reliability, quality, fuel efficiency and low cost of ownership have been proven to be industry-leading”, said Ilya Dmitriev, Monopoly director, after signing the contract. “Being professionals in logistics we know our customers expect on-time delivery. Therefore we require maximum reliability and uptime of the trucks we operate. That is why we have chosen DAF as our partner,” added...
* Sweden - New Volvo FL and Volvo FMX, now with crew cab
(Photo:The new Volvo FMX is now available in Euro 6 configuration with a crew cab for operations such as rescue services, fire services and roadside assistance)
Stockholm,Sweden -Volvo Group/Global News -14 Oct 2014: -- The new Volvo FL and Volvo FMX are now available in Euro 6 configuration with a crew cab for operations such as rescue services, fire services and roadside assistance... The crew cabs offer the same high level of safety as Volvo Trucks’ other cabs. The new cab is intended for gross vehicle weights (GVW) of up to 16 tonnes. The cab offers space for up to seven people. A low entry and doors that open 90 degrees make it easy to get in and out... The Volvo FMX Crew Cab is built for heavier and more demanding assignments and is a robust and powerful truck that can get just about anywhere... The Volvo FMX Crew Cab is available in 4×2 and all-wheel drive 4×4 configurations. The air-suspended cab takes six people, features an easy to clean interior and doors that open 90 degrees...
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