Scania Port Klang gets a RM3.8 million upgrade
Port Klang, 12 July 2018 – The newly upgraded Scania Port Klang branch located near North Port, was officially launched by Anthony Loke Siew Fook, Minister of Transport, Marie Sjödin Enström, managing director, Scania Southeast Asia, Ola Pihlblad, deputy head of mission, Economic & Political Affairs, Embassy of Sweden and a number of government agencies.
“In an effort to improve public health, many countries are encouraging operators of commercial vehicles to look at other alternatives including biodiesel, bioethanol and biogas,” said Anthony Loke.
“Biodiesel emissions, for example, have a less harmful impact on human health than petroleum diesel fuel as they contain less hydrocarbons and nitrited compounds,” he added.
“It is important that Scania has a strategic presence in Port Klang where there is a lot of activity in the haulage business. The opening of the newly upgraded Scania Malaysia Port Klang demonstrates our continuous improvement in providing the best services for all our customers for their profitability in this region and of course, across the country,” said Marie Sjödin Enström.
“We have plans for another one or two branch upgrade this year and the removal of GST has resulted in customers requesting for early delivery,” she said in reply to our question.
This facility has a total of 22 work bays to ensure that customers within the region get quality advice, maintenance and parts whenever needed to help their business. Service is carried out by 22 skilled technicians, who can now work on up to 30 vehicles per day with the facility. These technicians continuously receive formal training and undergo on the job learning to enhance their skills, knowledge, professionalism and teamwork to ensure that they deliver a more effective service to their customers.