Swedish Truck Maker Scania to Continue Its Growth in Malaysia

Scania Malaysia, the wholly owned subsidiary of Swedish truck maker Scania CV AB wants to continue its growth in Malaysian market as sees a growing demand in Malaysia for European-made trucks and buses despite the presence of other European markers such Swedish truck maker Volvo as said Peter Sjoblom, the managing director.
According to Sjoblom, Scandia Malaysia is expanding its network in the country by opening a workshop in Bintulu, Sarawak last March and another center in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Also, the company has established six services centres in Peninsula Malaysia, in Kota Baharu, Butterworth, Shah Alam, Port Dickson, Kuantan and Johor Baharu.
Scania Malaysia was incorportated in 2000 and serves as the regional hub for the brand in Southeast Asia.Currently, Scania has 20 percent of the Malaysian truck market and 25 percent of the express bus sector.This service network is important because most of the Scandia trucks and buses are being used for long haul and that Scandia provides 24 hours services

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