Bring, a trucking company from Žiar nad Hronom in Slovakia, has started the new year by refreshing their fleet. They received 25 new MAN TGX 18.500 trucks. The vehicles painted in bright green company livery will be on the roads hauling cargo chiefly in Scandinavia and Western Europe.
Representatives of Bring Trucking and their drivers collected the more than two dozen of new TGX trucks at the grounds of the authorised MAN Service Provider for Central Slovakia, 1.DMS in Zvolen. It goes without stressing that the resulting parade of green trucks attracted attention and admiration on the streets of the town as well as on the motorway.
“These trucks that we just handed over conclude a contract for over 50 vehicles which we signed last year. They’re from the TGX Euro 6c model range, provide a power output of 500 hp and come with XLX cabs and a 3.900 mm wheelbase. The customer also ordered advanced assistance systems, like the Adaptive Cruise Control with the new Stop & Go feature, as well as the GPS-enabled EfficientCruise function. Bring also have their own standards and preferences when it comes to configurations, with a focus on driver safety and comfort,” said Radoslav Jurča, general manager of MAN Truck & Bus Slovakia.
A look at the long-term cooperation between the importer and the customer also proves interesting: Bring Trucking have already purchased 259 MAN vehicles since 2013. They currently run a fleet of around 300 trucks, most of them from the Munich-based commercial vehicles maker.