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Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (Headquarters: Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, President and CEO: Karl Deppen, hereafter “MFTBC”) will exhibit a route planning system “Wise Systems” developed by the US company Wise Systems, Inc. at “Logis-Tech Tokyo 2022”, one of the largest logistics related exhibitions in Asia held at Tokyo Big Sight from Tuesday September 13th to Friday 16th , 2022.
First delivery of “eCanter” EV garbage truck to a private company. Zero emission and silent garbage truck transportation.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (‘MFTBC’, Headquarters: Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, President & CEO: Karl Deppen) announces the following executive personnel changes, as approved at the General Shareholders’ Meeting and by the Board of Directors:
• MFTBC majority shareholder Daimler Truck achieved its financial targets for 2021 despite headwinds • Daimler Truck saw a significant increase in group sales due to recovery in important markets • FUSO has achieved top shares in key international markets in 2021, including Indonesia (46.7%), Taiwan (33.6%), Europe (37.1%)*, and New Zealand (19.7%)*
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), one of Asia’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturers, is pleased to announce that it will add a new manual transmission (MT) model to its light-duty Canter truck. The MT model will be added to Canter trucks with a payload of 1.5 tons. The Canter MT model will be available through MFTBC sales companies and regional sales units across Japan starting from November 2021.
Hartmut Schick to retire from role as Head of DTA, President and CEO of MFTBC
Introducing the BusConnect® telematics function as a standard feature for all Rosa buses, improving operation management and vehicle safety
the app collects real route data and simulates the applicability of the electric eCanter truck in day-to-day operations
To consolidate eMobility and sustainability functions that had been managed by different departments