MERCEDES-BENZ IS DOING WELL IN POLAND
Mercedes-Benz is doing well in Poland. Two months ago it signed a contract for the delivery of 48 buses and now the German bus manufacturer signed a contract for the supply of 50 Mercedes-Benz Citaro city buses to the city of Wroclaw. These 50 Citaro G articulated buses are 18.13 metres long and provide space for up to 140 passengers each, ideal for routes with a high volume of passengers.
Equipped with particularly efficient Euro 6 engines and have a low-floor design throughout, from the first to the last row of seats for a fast passenger flow. The jack-knife control system (ATC) which connects the front and rear sections of the bus guarantees a high degree of stability and agility.
In the fleet of Wroclaw's transport company, there are already 60 Mercedes-Benz Citaro city buses from 2018 and a further 100 Mercedes-Benz Citaro city buses from 2008 and 2009. After signing a contract for 48 Mercedes-Benz city buses with the town of Gdansk in February 2019, this is already the second big order for Daimler Buses in Poland this year.