Daimler opens new regional center for CVs in Chennai

Daimler opens new regional center for CVs in Chennai

Daimler opens new regional center for CVs in Chennai

German commercial vehicle manufacturer Daimler has inaugurated a new regional center in Chennai, India.

Just seven months after the opening of the first Regional Center for Commercial Vehicles in Dubai, the opening of this center marks the last in a series of launches which further included regional centers dedicated to markets in Africa, South East Asia and Latin America.

The new regional center Southern Asia oversees regional sales and service of a wide range of brands and products from BharatBenz trucks to FUSO trucks and buses, and Mercedes-Benz trucks, buses, and vans. Its market responsibility extends to Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Maldives.

Speaking at the opening ceremony in Chennai, Wolfgang Bernhard, Member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG, responsible for Daimler Trucks & Buses commented: “Within just seven months we have succeeded in realigning our sales and service organization in key regions of growth – close to our customers and with a clear focus on commercial vehicles. In Southern Asia we are now launching the last of a total of six new regional centers. This will also enable us to offer tailored products and services from a single source to our customers in markets such as Sri Lanka, Myanmar or Nepal.”

Added Marc Llistosella, President and CEO of MFTBC and Head of Daimler Trucks Asia: “The Regional Centers are an excellent example of how Daimler Trucks Asia directly benefits from the global reach of our parent Daimler. We expect these Regional Centers across the globe to provide us with substantial further momentum for exports both from Japan and India.”

“We are very positive about this region”, said Amit Bisht, Head of the Regional Center Southern Asia. “Demand across our brands and product lines has already been favorable, and with our new setup we see great potential to capture additional sales for Daimler.”

Source: http://goo.gl/71P9Pb

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