Thailand is a key strategic market for DICV in Asia. With the completely-built trucks with Fuso concrete mixer bodies, DICV enters one of Thailand’s most important sectors, the concrete construction equipment segment.
Erich Nesselhauf, CEO and Managing Director, DICV says with the first Fuso concrete mixer truck delivery to Thailand, the commercial vehicle manufacturer underlines its continuously expanding export business. New Fuso mixers meet construction sector customer requirements. The latest Oragadam roll-out reflects DICVs flexibility in manufacturing trucks customised to industry need.
New Fuso FJ2528C 6X4 truck with 280 HP engine output is an ideal base for the concrete mixer with a drum capacity of 6 cbm or 7 cbm as per customer specification. Being ready to use means RoI is kick-started as soon as purchased, and is backed by Daimler’s stringent quality checks. Driver comfort features include an air conditioned cabin, air suspended seats, power windows and central locking.
DICVs robust trucks are developed to meet customer expectations in growth markets. The latest Fuso concrete mixer concept is expected to be a game changer in the construction equipment segment.
Through Daimler Trucks Asia, DICV and MFTBC leverage strength to further sales potential. DICVis focused on the Indian market and those with similar Indian market conditions like Nepal. MFTBC services demand in African and Asian and African regions. With the addition of Thailand, DICV now operates in 11 export markets. Further markets in Middle East and Latin America will be tapped in 2015. In Thailand, Mitsubishi Fuso trucks are distributed by Fuso Truck Thailand Co., Ltd.