The local conglomerate behind numerous prestigious projects and recognised brands takes coveted spot, with their CVHE business recognised as top Ashok Leyland distributor.
Two charging stations have been added in Dubai, specifically for electric buses, as the region’s first zero-emission school bus takes to the roads.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Al Naboodah Group Enterprises (ANGE), one of UAE’s oldest and most respected family conglomerates with a diverse portfolio of businesses – together with DAF, a leading European truck manufacturer – today announced a partnership to unveil the latest models of DAF trucks in the UAE.
Ashok Leyland and Sunwin vehicles make up deliveries from Swaidan Trading to fleet operators across UAE. A total of 750 new Ashok Leyland and Sunwin school buses have joined the fleets ferrying UAE children to and from their schools this month after Swaidan Trading partnered with operators such as Emirates Transport, Dubai Taxi Corporation, School Transport Services and private schools to supply the new vehicles.
RTA plans to conduct trial of Euro 6 standard VDL bus for six months. Dubai: A greener, more fuel-efficient public transport bus is on trial in Dubai and if the trials are successful, more such buses will be part of the city’s transport fleet soon, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced on Saturday.
Al Naboodah Group Enterprises (ANGE) is a UAE family-owned, conglomerate founded by two brothers almost 60 years ago that today employs over 16,000 people across a diverse range of business streams.
Ashok Leyland has unveiled Oyster, the first GCC-made rollover- and front-crash compliant bus. Designed and manufactured in the UAE, the commercial vehicle was launched in partnership with the Indian automaker's authorised UAE dealer, Swaidan Trading.
Ashok Leyland’s Ras Al Khaimah plant introduce more high-end models to line-up
Swaidan Trading, the leading provider of commercial bus fleets in the UAE, has delivered more than 700 school buses to UAE schools in the past two weeks to mark the start of the new academic year.
Dubai’s Swaidan Trading, the equipment trading arm of Al Naboodah Group, has ordered 50 ‘SMC TL90’ lighting towers in its first major order from UK-based manufacturer Morris Site Machinery (MSM), which has celebrated the sale as an international milestone for the British business.