Daimler India starts truck exports to Sri Lanka

Chennai, June 18 (IANS) Daimler India Commerical Vehicles Pvt Ltd, the Indian subsidiary of German automobile major Daimler AG, Tuesday announced shipment of 64 FUSO trucks to Sri Lanka.

In a statement issued here, the company said the FUSO trucks make at its plant near here are headed towards Sri Lanka as a part of its commitment to export to various Asian and African countries.

Last month, Daimler India along with Mitsubishi FUSO Truck and Bus Corporation, another Daimler AG entity, launched the FUSO trucks near here.

“The export of the first FUSO trucks to Srilanka is a realisation of our promise to export from DICV (Daimler India), Chennai. Going forward, more trucks will be exported to other Asian and African markets,” Marc Llistosella, managing director and CEO, Daimler India was quoted as saying in the statement.

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