Scania opens office in Yangon, Myanmar

Swedish manufacturer of heavy trucks and buses “Scania” has recently expanded its business in Myanmar with the opening of a new office and service center in Yangon. The inauguration ceremony of the new office was held on September 10 in presence of Lisbeth Hellvin Stålgren, Counsellor Embassy of Sweden, Mr. Aik Htun, Chairman of Shwe Taung, U Hla Myint, Mayor of YCDC, and Mr. James Armstrong, Managing Director of Scania, South East Asia.

Located in Mya Sein Yaung Industrial Zone, the center will sell and service buses, trucks and gensets.

Source: Embassy of Sweden in Thailand

From left Ms. Lisbeth Hellvin Stålgren (Embassy of Sweden), Mr. Aik Htun (Chairman of Shwe Taung), U Hla Myint (Mayor, YCDC), and Mr. James Armstrong (Managing Director of Scania, South East Asia). Photo: Octagon Int'l Services Co., Ltd.
From left Ms. Lisbeth Hellvin Stålgren (Embassy of Sweden), Mr. Aik Htun (Chairman of Shwe Taung), U Hla Myint (Mayor, YCDC), and Mr. James Armstrong (Managing Director of Scania, South East Asia). Photo: Octagon Int’l Services Co., Ltd.

One Comment on “Scania opens office in Yangon, Myanmar”

  1. We bought Scania generators 550 W & 350 W for business purpose.
    Currently the electricity city breakout all over the country for a long time in day. Among these two generators, one of them has mechanical seal problem. We called to Scania (Mandalay branch) Myanmar for this supply. They said, they don’t have stock and also they can not tell us when it will be gotten. What if the generator get burn for delay service of Scania even they charge a lot of servicing charges amount for every 300 hours used. Is that not your responsibility to be ready as soon as shortly for your customers want such a supply.

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