Friday, August 21, 2015
Diamond Motors rolls out campaign on new Fuso
The Diamond Motors (Hansa Group) has introduced a New Fuso heavy-duty truck range of Fuso FZ which offers more benefits in terms of efficiency, operation costs and suitable for the nature of Tanzania’s infrastructures. The introduction of a truck is aimed at facilitating the campaign dubbed “Ndiyo Fuso ni Faida” which is going on in various regions in Tanzania. A wide range campaign movements has brought awareness to various stakeholders of different sectors of the economy on the benefits of the use of new Fuso truck model which is of the latest technology. The truck model is strong in terms of capability, reliability, economy and long distance travelling. It also has the characteristics from the in-built specifications which are running, reliable consultation and the quality of the service network that determines how well and how long a truck performs.
Diamond Motors Limited has been the exclusive distributor of Fuso trucks in the country for over 30 years. The company has set the bar in the automotive industry, working with some of the world’s best vehicle brands. The company’s strong partnerships with global leaders such as Mitsubishi passenger vehicles from Japan, Yokohama tires from Japan, MTU and ZF from Germany have proven to be popular, with a diverse range of customers from all across the island. The company has been playing a major role in the transportation sector in the country since 1980 since it introduced the Mitsubishi Fuso trucks and Bus Corporation. A new range of Fuso FJ and Fuso FZ encompasses exceptional functionality, durability, and comfort, giving customers an entirely new breed of trucking technology. Fuso heavy- duty trucks delivers lower operating costs, making them the best choice for smart businesses. Trucks ideal for long distance and heavy loads with high torque engines optimized for power to provide profitable transportation facility. Transport sector is an important component of the economy and a common tool used for development because of its intensive use of infrastructures. This is even more so in Tanzania’s economy where economic opportunities are increasingly related to the mobility of people, goods and service.