Scania is celebrating 125 years of innovation in 2016. From its founding in 1891, to today’s connected vehicles, Scania has stood steady through both good and bad times.
Things aren’t looking particularly good within the medium commercial vehicle (MCV) sector. The month of April 2016, for instance, saw a massive 24,3 percent decline in sales (over the same month last year). Is this a sign of things to come, or will the market recover? CHARLEEN CLARKE reports ...
GAVIN MYERS chats to Erwin Stroebel – regional manager: Eastern/Southern Cape and Border, Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI), and director: Motor Parts and Equipment Association (MPEA) – about the current state of the local parts industry.
The agricultural sector has been facing adversity and there were noticeably fewer visitors at the 2016 Nampo Agricultural Trade Show. Yet, those who made the trip were serious about what they wanted. As ever, the many suppliers were happy to oblige, writes GAVIN MYERS.
When times are tough, friends are few. This belief does not apply to Hino South Africa and its relationship with the local farming community – at this year’s Nampo Harvest Day, the company’s quest was to give back to a sector that has been suffering
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the highly respected week-long Arctic Van Test was once again held around Helsinki and in northern Finland during the first two weeks of February.
It’s not every day that 101 trucks are handed over to a transport operator. But, then again, the relationship between this supplier and its customer is pretty special, too, as CHARLEEN CLARKE discovers ...
The forthcoming annual Nampo agricultural show is the ideal place to engage with local farmers and offer them meaningful business solutions, according to MAN Truck & Bus South Africa. MICHAEL BRANDT explores this approach to customer care.
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