Scania chosen as a partner by Siddhi Vinayak Logistics Ltd. (SVLL) to enter the Premium Intercity Bus segment

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Scania Commercial Vehicles India, a leading commercial vehicles manufacturer has won a breakthrough large order of Multi-axle Intercity buses from Siddhi Vinayak Logistics Ltd. (SVLL), one of the fastest growing companies in the field of transportation. Siddhi Vinayak Logistics Ltd, is all set to foray into the luxury bus segment. They have chosen to partner with Scania for supply of a fleet of buses, with delivery starting this year.

Based in Surat, SVLL is one of the largest fleet owners in the country, with over 4000 trucks in their fleet. The company operates across diverse segments such steel, cement, tractors, chemicals, machinery and is a pioneer in the newer segments of commercial vehicle chassis carriers. With this legacy in place, the company has decided to venture into the bus segment with Scania as its chosen partner.

“This order underlines the strong relationship that Scania and Siddhi Vinayak have developed over time,” said Mr. Anders Grundströmer, Managing Director Scania Commercial Vehicle India and Senior Vice President Scania Group. “Siddhi Vinayak Logistics Ltd. has already seen the value of Scania’s low total cost of ownership, through our trucks, and the bus purchase is further testimony to the confidence that they have in our vehicles. We are delighted to take our relationship to the next level and extend further support to Siddhi Vinayak Logistics Ltd. in its quest to enhance transportation services for the country.”

According to Mr. Deepak Baid, Director, Siddhi Vinayak Logistic Ltd, “The Indian Luxury Transport is rapidly improving with various new technology adoptions and growing requirements of comfort travelling. We are delighted to announce SVLL’s entry into the luxury passenger travel segment. Our association with Scania has been really long and now launching a new segment with them is very exciting. We would love to continue this alliance and venture into assorted sectors of transport and logistics”.

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