32 MAN TGE handed over to Polish Road Transport Inspection
Early in May in the city of Kutno the ceremony was held to hand over the first batch of 32 MAN TGE to the Polish Road Transport Inspection (GITD). All in all the GITD ordered 64 vans from MAN.Early in May in the city of Kutno the ceremony was held to hand over the first batch of 32 MAN TGE to the Polish Road Transport Inspection (GITD). All in all the GITD ordered 64 vans from MAN.
The handover took place in Kutno at the headquarters of AMZ Kutno, the company that fitted the MAN TGE for the needs of the Polish Road Transport Inspection. The ceremony was attended by the Secretary of State at the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development, Rafał Weber, the Chief Road Transport Inspector Alvin Gajadhur and Grzegorz Rogalewicz, Sales Manager Van at MAN Truck & Bus Polska.
The agreement for the delivery of 64 MAN TGE 3.180 vans, together with bodywork and equipment made by AMZ Kutno S.A., was signed in September 2019. Vehicles are equipped with truck scales, diagnostic testers, sonometers and smoke meters. Additionally, MAN proposed a 78-month vehicle warranty – a unique proposal among all van producers. The first batch of 32 MAN TGE vans, equipped with state-of-the-art steering equipment, will hit Polish roads in incoming days.
Vehicles will be used by 16 Regional Road Transport Inspections. Finally, each Regional Inspection will receive four brand new MAN TGE vans. They will be used in everyday operating tasks by Road Transport Inspectors across the country.
“I am happy that the GITD, an important institution, so close to the whole transportation industry, has decided to purchase vehicles from our range. By assisting today at the handover of our vans, the Ministry of Infrastructure and the GITD sends a clear message about the importance of road transport which, despite difficulties caused by the coronavirus outbreak, is still one of the key industries in ensuring the uninterrupted supply chain. I am convinced that state-of-the-art and perfectly equipped MAN TGE vans will be for the GITD an excellent and comfortable work tool”, said Grzegorz Rogalewicz, Sales Manager Van at MAN Truck & Bus Polska, during the ceremony.
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