Deputy Transport Minister witnessed Sustainable Partnerships with Scania NTG

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March 10,2022,Kuala Lumpur – Dato Henry Sum Agong,Deputy Transport Minister, witnessed the delivery of Scania sustainable partnerships of the first New Truck Generation (NTG) with Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) and the first Euro V truck in Malaysia together with other sustainable transport solutions at Malaysia Commercial Vehicle Expo (MCVE) held at the Mines International Exhibition Convention.

The list goes on with B100 FAME-prepared coaches; and the test & drive competition called ‘A Good Driver’ MCVE Edition that is open to the public. 

These sustainable partnerships are Scania’s successes towards a sustainable transport system that contributes to our customers’ improved profitability while caring for the environment. 

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers in our sustainable partnerships, especially the ones who are here today, together with Scania in showing that profitability and sustainability can go hand in hand. That is why Scania continues to be a leader in driving the shift towards a sustainable transport system together with our partners. We hope more will join us on this journey towards reaching our SBTi targets,” said Heba El Tarifi, Managing Director, Scania Southeast Asia. 

Heba El Tarifi, Managing Director, Scania Southeast Asia handing over the key to En. Hairul bin Anuar, Senior Manager, Chemtrax Sdn Bhd, witnessed by Dato’ Henry Sum Agong, Deputy Minister of Transport.

Chemtrax Sdn Bhd’s P410A6x2NA is the first ADR Specification NTG customer that subscribed to the ADAS – the two of many safe and smart transport technologies are the Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) and also comes with the award-winning rollover side curtain airbags, for the latest 10 units delivered.

The implementation of ADAS in heavy commercial vehicles together with proper and authorised maintenance reduces traffic accidents and casualties, reduces repair of road infrastructure caused by accidents . Other features of the New Truck Generation include new chassis design, extended storage options, and enhanced safety features such as the rollover side curtain airbags, which is a first in Malaysia.

Heba El Tarifi, Managing Director, Scania Southeast Asia handing over the key to, Mohd Yusoff Rahman, Group Operations Manager, Xin Hwa, witnessed by Dato’ Henry Sum Agong, Deputy Minister of Transport Malaysia

Xin Hwa Holdings Berhad became the first customer to receive Scania NTGs with Euro V engines. Showcased here, a key feature amongst many Scania engine technologies in the Scania NTG Euro V R620A6x4NZ is the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system that reduces local emissions that contribute to smog and haze. In accordance with the EU emission standard, local emissions are measured in Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), a toxic gas, and particulate matter (PM). Extra High-Pressure Injection (XPI) enhances performance and fuel economy.  

(R)Heba El Tarifi, Managing Director, Scania Southeast Asia handing over the key to Mr. Edward Lim, CEO of Billion Stars Express, witnessed by Dato’ Henry Sum Agong, Deputy Minister of Transport.
Dato’ Henry Sum Agong, Deputy Minister of Transport

Scania also showcased Billion Stars Express Sdn Bhds FAME-prepared coaches K360IB4x2 that can run on B20 to B100. It is environmentally-friendly – lowering global emissions by reducing CO2 to limit the effects of climate change. FAME is the abbreviation for Fatty Acid Methyl Esters which is the technical term for the biodiesel that is produced in Malaysia. These Scania coaches come with safety technology, great comfort and reliability that every passenger talks about.  

Ian Tan, Business Development Director, Scania Southeast Asia, sharing with Dato’ Henry Sum Agong, Deputy Minister of Transport Malaysia about the environmentally friendly coach that helps to lower global emissions by reducing CO2 to limit the effects of climate change.

The ‘A Good Driver’ Competition MCVE edition was also the highlight at this year’s expo. It was an opportunity for the public to experience driving a Scania truck or bus and win some prizes. Winners were awarded prizes every two hours daily (up to four times) with the prize-giving ceremony held at the main Scania exhibition area. 

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