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Recovery trucks to the rescue

MAN Truck and Bus Malaysia has handed over three recovery trucks to Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd (Prasarana) at the RapidKL Cheras Selatan Complex in Kuala Lumpur.

China startup in race for driverless trucks

Self-driving trucks could cut cost significantly and improve safety

New trucks ready to roll

THE Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) has spent nearly RM2mil to replace its seven old rubbish collection trucks.

Brand to create greater presence of its trucks and buses

JOHOR BARU: Volvo Trucks Malaysia is targeting to increase its sales by at least 25% this year, as it achieved sales of 328 trucks last year.

Rubbish trucks removed and vicinity cleaned

THE TWO trucks full of rubbish that were left abandoned for a month in Taman Tasek Jaya have been moved and the vicinity cleaned.

Volvo M’sia sees good response to latest trucks

SHAH ALAM: Volvo Malaysia is expecting good response to its latest flagship FH Series trucks which promise best-in-class fuel efficiency, reliability and safety.

Volvo sale of trucks up 42%

KUALA LUMPUR: Volvo Malaysia Sdn Bhd recorded a 42% increase in deliveries of trucks for 2012 with 339 units comprising 301 Volvo and 38 Renault trucks.

VW plans 6.7bil euro Scania buyout to seal trucks deal

BERLIN: Volkswagen plans to buy out minority shareholders of Swedish trucks division Scania for 6.7 billion euros ($9.21 billion) as it aims to jump-start a stalled eight-year effort to forge Europe's biggest truckmaker.

Taliban sets dozens of fuel trucks on fire in Kabul

KABUL: Taliban militants set fire to dozens of fuel trucks, which they claimed were supplying foreign troops in Afghanistan, in an attack on the outskirts of Kabul, officials said Saturday.

VW not under pressure to sell trucks business

FRANKFURT: Volkswagen is not under pressure to sell its trucks business to raise cash as it faces billions of euros in costs after admitting to rigging emissions tests, management board member Andreas Renschler told a German newspaper