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Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

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Production of new KAMAZ trucks was launched in Kazakhstan 21.10.20 - 10:36 Production of new KAMAZ trucks was launched in Kazakhstan

KAMAZ has begun the production of of K4 generation truck tractors

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Bus and Coach Report

Bus and Coach Report

Date of issue: 12.05.10

Format: A4, 421 pages

Price: 1 690 €

 

 

 

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The new Bus & Coach Report looks at the current state of the industry along with global emissions legislation and bus rapid transit systems.

The report examines key areas of development in technology such as Powertrain Development, Hybrid Powertrains, Electric Hybrid Buses, Advanced Battery Technology, Supercapacitors and Ultracapacitors, Flywheel based hybrid, Electric Motors, Fuel Cells and the Use of Hydrogen, Alternative Fuels, Transmission Development, Chassis Design, Vehicle Body Developments and Information Technology.

Also included are profiles of major manufacturers Daimler, Volvo Group, Navistar (IC BUS), Scania AB, Iveco (Irisbus), Ashok Leyland, Tata Motors, Hino-Toyota, MAN/Neoplan, Van Hool, Isuzu, Hyundai Motor Company, Faw Group, King Long, Yutong, Gaz Group, NABI and Alexander Dennis.

The report includes 275 figures and 50 tables.

This extensive report is over 420 pages in length and available now in PDF format.

The global transit bus market is small, but growing. Transit buses account for roughly 20% of a total global bus market of 324,000 buses (including motor coaches, school buses, and all other bus types). Motor coaches account for 22% of the global bus market, and school buses and medium duty buses for transporting employees, patients and tourists account for the remaining 60%.

Bus transit in recent years has grown most quickly in the Asia/Pacific region, especially China, the world’s largest producer and consumer of buses. According to recent industry commentary, worldwide demand for transit buses is expected to rise through the year 2017 by 5.9% annually.

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  • today, 10:36 Production of new KAMAZ trucks was launched in Kazakhstan

    KAMAZ Engineering joint venture in Kazakhstan has begun the production of K4 generation truck tractors - KAMAZ-5490 and KAMAZ-65206. Mastering the production of these particular models is due to the demand from consumers, the press service of KAMAZ reported. 

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  • 19 october 2020 Truck production remained at the last year's level in September

    The production of trucks in January-September was 91.4 thousand units, which is lower by 16.5% than in the same period of the previous year, according to Rosstat data. Last month, 14.5 thousand trucks rolled off Russian conveyors, which is higher by 0.2% than a year before.

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  • 19 october 2020 Production of passenger cars grew by 6% in September

    According to Rosstat, for the first nine months of 2020, 848 thousand passenger cars rolled off Russian conveyors, which is lower by 25.9% than in the same period of the previous year. 

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  • 16 november 2011 Every third LCV in Russia is foreign

     AUTOSTAT analytic agency prepared marketing report “Structure and forecast of commercial vehicle parc: light commercial vehicles (LCV), trucks (CV and HCV) and buses (BUS)”.  On 1 January 2011 commercial vehicle parc in our country was 7.34 million cars. About a half (48.2%) of the parc were light commercial vehicles (3.54 million units), a little less number (46.7%) belong to trucks (3.43 million units), and the rest 5.1% belong to buses (0.37 million units)

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  • 6 july 2011 Structure of trucks production by the results of 2010

    The indicators of 2010 are detected as a promising after the failed results of 2009, when the production of trucks decreased by 64,5%. By the results of year the production of trucks in Russian Federation was 150,4 units that was more by 64,9% than the results of 2009.

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