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Personnel Announcement

Personnel Announcement

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (‘MFTBC’, Headquarters: Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, President & CEO: Karl Deppen) announces the following personnel change

Customer trials of the all-electric eCanter truck to start in Bali

Customer trials of the all-electric eCanter truck to start in Bali

The eCanter will support deliveries in the Denpasar area of Bali. FUSO will also participate in the “EV Smart Mobility – Joint Project,” a collaborative effort among five Japanese automotive brands.

MFTBC delivered the second “eCanter” EV garbage truck in Japan

MFTBC delivered the second “eCanter” EV garbage truck in Japan

First delivery of “eCanter” EV garbage truck to a private company. Zero emission and silent garbage truck transportation.

FUSO achieves fleet deal of 250 trucks in Zimbabwe

FUSO achieves fleet deal of 250 trucks in Zimbabwe

•First batch of 50 Canter trucks delivered to Baker’s Inn, supplier of baked goods •The robust light-duty trucks will support the growing African business in its product distribution

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles, exporter of FUSO trucks, celebrates its 10th anniversary

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles, exporter of FUSO trucks, celebrates its 10th anniversary

・DICV celebrates the completion of 10 successful years of operations in India ・Around 50,000 vehicles, including 35,000 FUSO trucks and buses, have been exported from the DICV manufacturing plant in Oragadam, Chennai (India) ・Medium-duty and heavy-duty FUSO trucks are exported to 60 countries from DICV ・DICV is targeting 100% carbon free* operations at the plant by 2025

Daimler Truck Completes a Successful Decade in India; aims at 100% carbon-free Operations in Oragadam, India by 2025

Daimler Truck Completes a Successful Decade in India; aims at 100% carbon-free Operations in Oragadam, India by 2025

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (DICV), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daimler Truck AG, celebrated the completion of 10 successful years of operations in India. DICV started its operations in 2012 with an aim to transform the Indian commercial vehicle industry with new benchmarks in engineering, technology, safety and comfort in BharatBenz trucks and buses. In its first decade in the Indian market, DICV achieved domestic sales of more than 125,000 vehicles, exported over 50,000 vehicles and more than 200 million parts to over 60 countries around the world.

Supporting Carbon Emissions Reduction Acceleration, Five Automotive Brands Collaborate to Develop Electrification Ecosystem Demonstration in Bali

Supporting Carbon Emissions Reduction Acceleration, Five Automotive Brands Collaborate to Develop Electrification Ecosystem Demonstration in Bali

Five official distributors of automotive brands consisting of Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, FUSO, Isuzu and Toyota, have agreed to join forces in an effort to popularize electrified vehicles in Indonesia by experimenting a collaborative demonstration of an electrification ecosystem in Bali.

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles achieves significant growth in 2021; plans transformation in the next decade

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles achieves significant growth in 2021; plans transformation in the next decade

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. (DICV), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daimler Truck AG, today announced its achievement of 48% growth in wholesales in 2021 by selling 14,222 trucks. The manufacturer of BharatBenz trucks and buses, despite significant supply chain headwinds, rising input costs and impact of the pandemic, recorded 125% growth in exports last year, its highest-ever, and also highest-ever sales of parts

Mitsubishi Fuso launches a newly designed LED rear combination lamp for Super Great

Mitsubishi Fuso launches a newly designed LED rear combination lamp for Super Great

・Newly designed LED rear combination lamp is now available as an optional setting for the Super Great ・The eye-catching design provides better visibility for other drivers, supporting road safety

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