Economy, Auto

Scania, Mammut in New Import Agreement

Scania, Mammut in New Import Agreement Scania, Mammut in New Import Agreement

Mammut Industrial Group has signed a deal with Scania to import diesel generators produced by the major Swedish automotive firm.

CEO of Mammut Group Mohammad Reza Dezfoulian said “The generators will be imported as completely-built units,” ILNA reported and said the deal was signed last week in Tehran.

Established in 1992, Mammut Industrial Group is active in a variety of fields, including production of cargo and commercial vehicles, trailers and prefab buildings.

It imports Scania trucks under license of the Swedish firm.

In addition to producing world class heavy vehicles, Scania is also one of the major producers of diesel generators. Through the new deal, Scania is set to expand its market in Iran.

Sered Aberg signed the deal on behalf of Scania group. He said, “Mammut is the exclusive importer of Scania diesel generators in Iran.” He added that the company is set to tap into Iran’s mining sector.

During the signing ceremony, Dezfoulian said that the company will introduce the Scania P320 cargo truck in the local market before the end of the current fiscal that ends next March.


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