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25/02/2022
10 MAN TGX tractor units were transferred to Trans-Logistics

Russian Automotive Market Research

The «Commercial Transport of Udmurtia» dealership handed over 10 new-generation MAN TGX tractor units to the largest transport operator of Udmurtia «Komos-Logistics».

The purchase of 10 couplings consisting of MAN TGX 18.400 4×2 BLS tractor units and KRONE refrigerated semi-trailers was a continuation of the long-term partnership of KOMOS—Logistics, engaged in the transportation of food products, and Commercial Transport of Udmurtia LLC, the official dealer of MAN Truck and Bus RUS LLC.

The new batch of MAN vehicles was configured specifically for the client's requests. Road trains are equipped with telemetry systems that allow tracking the location of vehicles, and an electronic control system that monitors the temperature regime inside the van, ensuring the safety and quality of the product.


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