Swedish automotive company, Scania, eyes to sell its heavy-duty vehicle in Pakistan. Once again, the credit goes to the new auto policy and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is also one of the major reasons why heavy-duty vehicle sales and demands have currently seen a boom.

Scania has announced the manufacturing and production of its premium trucks, truck-tractors, buses and coaches in the South Asian country through a local distributor. The company is also considering setting up a manufacturing plant in the long-run.

Scania Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing Christian Levin and Yousaf Dewan Companies Chairman Dewan Muhammad Yousuf Farooqui inked the distribution agreement recently in the presence of top officials of both companies and renowned customers of heavy commercial vehicles.

“We are delighted to introduce our quality trucks and buses in Pakistan. Pakistan is quickly emerging as a preferred investment destination in the world; the automotive industry, in particular, sees a lot of investment potential in the wake of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).”- Christian Levin

“We are committed to expanding our investment and will explore the prospects of manufacturing our products here in Pakistan,” he revealed. “I believe it is opportune time for Scania to enter Pakistan market as our economy is growing by leaps and bounds, especially the truck and bus sector is witnessing unprecedented exponential growth,” commented Farooqui, Chairman of Yousaf Dewan Companies.

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