Scania Metrolink buses delivered to Aeon Connect in Kerala, India
Commercial vehicles and engines manufacturer, Scania Commercial Vehicles India today delivered its first Scania Metrolink Coaches in Kerala to Aeon Connect Travels. These Scania Metrolink buses will connect travellers from Ernakulam to Hyderabad. Mr. Sivakumar V, Sales Director, Scania Commercial Vehicles India, Mr. Staffan Arvas, Strategist, Brand & Marketing Communications, Scania CV AB and Mr. Agy George from Aeon Connect Travels were in attendance.
Scania flagged off the first buses for SVLL Connect of Scania Metrolink Services in Mumbai on April 9. Today’s development further strengthens Scania’s offerings and commitment to customers in India. Aeon Connect Travels was founded by Mr. Aby George from Indore. An aim to provide good quality transportation systems iniatiated Greenfield project of Aeon Connect Travels in Kerala. Initial service will focus on one route, Aeon Connect Travels will in time coonect routes from Kerala to the rest India.
Scania’s relationship with EVM Motors dealership in Kerala for haulage trucks and buses is crucial. EVM Group is one of the most established dealerships for large organizations under the leadership of Mr. Sabu Johny, Managing Director, EVM group and Mr. Jimmy Jose, Managing Partner, EVM Heavy Commercial Vehicles.
Launched at Busworld in Mumbai February 2013, Scania Intercity Coach range introduced highly reliable multi-purpose coaches for medium and long distance luxury travel in India. Scania Metrolink HD emphasises on robust design, maximum passenger and driver safety and comfort, leading fuel economy, high reliability and uptime, high residual value, and a long and trouble-free service life.
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