16 New Beiben Special Vehicles for Muck Transport Landing Harbin
www.chinatrucks.com: The delivery ceremony of new special vehicles for urban muck transport of Beiben has been grandly held in Harbin City on 27 June 2015 and 16 units of vehicles have been successfully delivered to the customer, which means the formal launching of the first new Beiben special vehicles for muck transport in this city.
The sales company of Beiben Group orients with the strategy of “focusing upon the market and products”, integrating the whole process tracking in pace as well as regards market surveying and tracking service for big clients as the key items. In terms of the continuous depressing heavy truck market in Heilongjiang, this builder gains this order by means of the opportunity of the vehicles replacement of this model in Harbin.
On the event day, 16 units of Beiben trucks have been formally transferred to Harbin Jiahetufang Transport Company, which are all equipped with fully new NG80B cabs, more comfortable, Weichai WP12.375E40 engines at 380hp, 12-shift Fast transmissions and 13-ton Beiben double-axels with the speed ratio of 5.263. Reasonable power matching enables good loading capability and power performance of whole vehicles.
As well, Jiahe Transport Company was inaugurated, by which 16 units of new Beiben trucks and two units of other brands will be used. That also marks the first step of Beiben special vehicles for muck transport entering the local market ahead of the products of other builders, increasing the brand influence in Harbin and laying a sound foundation of the market access of this new model as well as vehicles in other series locally.
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