Ashoke Leyland, which already has about 3,500 buses plying on the roads of Saudi Arabia, says that the launch of Falcon Super and Gazl buses will assist it additional increase the market share of its merchandise within the nation.
The buses have been launched in partnership with Ashok Leyland’s unique supplier, Western Auto
Home-grown industrial automobile manufacture, Ashoke Leyland, has introduced the introduction of its two passenger buses – Falcon Super and Gazl – within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The firm, which already has about 3500 buses plying on the roads of Saudi Arabia, says that the launch of the 2 new buses will assist it additional increase the market share of its merchandise within the nation. Ashok Leyland launched the Falcon Super and Gazl buses in partnership with its unique supplier in Saudi Arabia, Western Auto of Al Ghurair Group.
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Talking in regards to the launch of the 2 new fashions Nitin Seth, Chief Operating Officer, Ashok Leyland stated, “Falcon Super and Gazl comes from our state-of-the-art manufacturing base in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, and is made to the specific parameters of the GCC transportation and mobility stipulations, with in-built advanced technology and safety solutions, for a comfortable journey. The Ras Al Khaimah plant which exports buses to Europe, Africa and the Middle East was established in 2007. It has manufactured over 20,000 buses so far, a large share of it plying on the roads of GCC countries, including in KSA. Our plant in RAK and increasing market share in GCC countries will play a key role in achieving our Vision to be in the Top 10 Global CV makers.”
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The Ashok Leyland Falcon Super is a 70-seater bus from the Falcon collection and is predominantly marketed to company entities to move their staff and colleges for scholar transport. The Ashok Leyland Gazl, however, comes with a seating capability for 26 passengers and will probably be focused in direction of the hospitality and tourism sector, which as per the corporate is seeing large development. The latter can be extremely economical with higher gasoline mileage. Both the merchandise share a number of benefits like rollover safety, hearth retardant interiors, and plenty of extra.
Commenting on the launch, Arturo Lujan, Chief Executive Officer of Western Auto stated, “Ashok Leyland has a growing market share for passenger buses in the KSA. Currently out of the total fleet of the brand’s vehicles in the Kingdom, 3000 buses are used by corporate entities in addition to school buses. Ashok Leyland’s success in the Kingdom has been bolstered by the reliability of its products, excellent after service provided in time, utility value and cost-efficiency.”
The Falcon Super is provided with the world’s first inline gasoline injection pump engine and complies to each Euro III and Euro IV markets (with its IEGR expertise).