Busworld India

22 Aug 2019

INDIA GOES ELECTRIC, WITH INTENT TO PROCURE OVER 5,600 E-BUSES

INDIA GOES ELECTRIC, WITH INTENT TO PROCURE OVER 5,600 E-BUSES At Busworld India 2018 the first signals were given by government officials that hinted on a massive attackplan for the implementation of electric vehicles. The reason: the air in India’s cities is heavily polluted. India is making plans to procure 5,645 electric buses the coming years, ‘made in India’.

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24 Jul 2019

BUSWORLD INDIA CONTINUES IN COOPERATION WITH MESSE FRANKFURT

BUSWORLD INDIA CONTINUES IN COOPERATION WITH MESSE FRANKFURT Busworld International granted the license to organise Busworld India to Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the Indian subsidiary of the Group Messe Frankfurt. The agreement will strengthen Busworld’s position in India by lifting the steadily growing exhibition to a higher level. Busworld India 2020, the 9th edition in the series, will be organised in Bengaluru from the 27–29 August 2020.

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01 Mar 2019

EBERSPAECHER AND SHARDA MOTOR IN JOINT VENTURE

EBERSPAECHER AND SHARDA MOTOR IN JOINT VENTURE Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology International and Sharda Motor Industries Ltd. signed an agreement for a 50:50 joint venture. In future, in order to comply with Indians highest emission standard Bharat Stage VI, the new joint venture will develop, produce and sell exhaust aftertreatment systems for Indian commercial vehicle manufacturers. The products will be utilized in trucks and buses from 2020 onwards.

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27 Feb 2019

DAIMLER BUSES INCREASED SALES IN 2018

DAIMLER BUSES INCREASED SALES IN 2018 In 2018 Daimler Buses sold 30,888 buses and chassis worldwide as the German manufacturer today made public. Compared to the 28,676 units in 2017 this means a plus of 7,6%. Return on sales was 5.9 percent, compared to 6.2 percent in the prior year, and was in line with targets set by Daimler. Based on the continued favourable market conditions, Daimler Buses expects a major sales increase in 2019.

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