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Scania showcases premium mining tipper range at Excon 2015

Scania EXCON 2015

At 8th International Construction Equipment and Technology Trade Fair – EXCON 2015, Scania India takes its premium mining tippers P 410 (8×4) coal body and P 410 (8×4) SSAB rock body.

At EXCON 2015 being held in Bengaluru from November 25-29, 2015, Scania India showcases a range of premium mining tippers. The P 410 (8×4) coal body and P 410 (8×4) SSAB rock body are on display even as the company has brought in special aftermarket customer support applications and services.

These include Fleet Management Services, Scania Lubricants and genuine spare parts. Besides showcasing these products and services, Scania India will also be offering buyers a host of finance options thus ensuring easier and quicker mode of purchase.

Scania EXCON 2015

Scania at EXCON 2015

Designed to withstand toughest of mining conditions, Scania P 410 8×4 tippers are fitted with outstanding features such as Scania Opticruise, a fully automated gear changing system offering high level of fuel efficiency besides better driving facilities. Idle Shutdown is an optional feature offered on the tipper which lowers fuel consumption and results in enhancement of Total Operating Economy. P 410 8×4 tipper equipped with 20 m3 SSAB rock body is developed by SSAB, leading producers of high tensile steel. Lighter in weight with enhanced load carrying capacity, puts productivity at its peak.

Scania India engine oil; axle and gear oil go a long way in preventing sludge and dirt adherence thereby protecting the machinery from corrosion and wear and tear. This feature not only spaces out service intervals but also helps in better operating economies.

As a part of ‘Make in India’ policy, Scania India seeks to enhance manufacturing facilities in India over next five years while employee base will also be increased significantly. With a current production capacity of 2500 trucks and 1000 buses from its plant in Narasapura, Bangalore, Scania India seeks to increase the same two fold by 2020 with a target of 5000 trucks and 2500 buses, while employee base will be increased to 1200 persons.

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Pearl Daniels

Pearl Daniels

Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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