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MAN Malaysia to open fourth service centre

15th January, 2020

PORT KLANG: Commercial vehicles manufacturer, MAN Truck and Bus Malaysia Sdn Bhd (MAN Malaysia), plans to open its fourth service centre in March this year to offer fleet operators and customers with more efficient and timelier vehicle care.

Managing director, Andrew O’Brooks, said the company currently has three service centres located in Rawang, Selangor; Perai, Penang and Johor Bahru, Johor.

“The new service centre which will be located in Klang will offer six service bays, equipped with all the necessary equipment to provide the highest level of service,” he said.

With the opening of the new centre, O’Brooks said the company will be able to offer a combination of services.

“We already have one mobile service here in Klang, (so) there will be a combination where the service centre will deal with technical issues while the mobile service will deal with minor issues,” he told a press conference after the company’s announcement on its new country leadership and new service centre, here Tuesday.

Also present were Association of Malaysian Hauliers president, Datuk Nazari Akhbar and head of Area MAN Asia Pacific, Thilo Halter. –Bernama

   
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