The company also showcased its premium range of Metrolink 13.7 m coach and ethanol-powered Green Bus. At Busworld 2015, Scania delivered its 13.7 m premium Metrolink coaches to Kaushik Logistics, Hebron Transports and Transit Logistics.
Kaushik Global Logistics operate and manage Scania buses for UPSRTC, and marks the company’s entry into north India. Anders Grundstromer, Managing Director, Scania India, and Senior Vice President is delighted to participate in Busworld 2015. Keeping in mind India’s need for sustainable transport, Scania looks to introduce more vehicles to run on alternative fuel and help fuel the Clean India campaign and Smart City concept. Scania Green Bus has gotten the attention of Transport Ministries, and stakeholders.
Scania India has received an order of 14 buses from Hebron Transports, 8 from Transit Logistics and 20 from Kaushik Global Logistics (KGL). Delivery of buses to Transit Logistics, marks Scania’s entry in Telangana.
Grundstromer said delivery of the new Metrolink coaches order has helped establish a presence in north India, associate with UPSRTC, enter Telangana and expand in the southern market. Scania Metrolink is designed to withstand Indian conditions. At the start of the month, Scania inaugurated Narsapura bus plant.
Hebron Transports is a Chennai-based luxury bus operator. Kaushik Global Logistics Ltd. is a logistics service provider with its head office in Kolkata, and operates across states logistics and supply chain management and passenger transport segment.
Transit Logistics is associated with over 250 corporates dealing in various types of goods and products.