Scania delivering fire and rescue trucks to Malaysia

Malaysian fire-fighting equipment manufacturer AVP Engineering has ordered 100 trucks from Scania.

In recent years, Scania has delivered more than 100 trucks to AVP Engineering and Jabatan Bomba & Penyelamat Malaysia (the Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department).

The deliveries of the P 310 trucks, equipped with Scania’s spacious CP31 CrewCab, will commence in the last quarter of 2011 and be finalised in 2012. By the end of 2012, a total of 314 Scania trucks will be in service in the Jabatan Bomba & Penyelamat Malaysia fleet servicing the people of Malaysia.

Scania P 310 with CP31 CrewCab for the Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department.

Scania P 310 with CP31 CrewCab for the Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department.

“We are thrilled with the latest order from AVP,” says Idros bin Puteh, General Manager of Scania (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, “as it comes right after Jabatan Bomba & Penyelamat Malaysia’s previous fleet renewal in 2009 and proves that our trucks best suit the organisation’s requirements and demands for high-quality, reliable and robust vehicles. This new order is a testament to the outstanding quality and performance of the trucks, as well as some of the best after-sales support for these types of vehicles in Malaysia.”

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