Silver Star Auto invests in new dimension of trucking

Silver Star Auto Ltd (SSAL) has introduced the next generation of the Mercedes-Benz Actros for long distance haulage and Arocs for construction and special application vehicles unto the market.

Addressing guests during the launch, Chief Executive Officer of SSAL, Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni observed that the Mercedes-Benz Actros and Arocs not only enter a new dimension but also set a new benchmark for trucks and trucking operations in Ghana reinforced by Daimler’s constant innovation and commitment to bringing “Trucks you can trust”.

He further observed that the improved robustness, comfort, fuel efficiency and driving dynamics of the New Actros comes from a new range of 6 Cylinder-in-Line Engines, and a host of standard equipment featuring standouts such as Mercedes Powershift 3 automated transmission, air conditioning, push, start button and three cab size variants S/M/L- each of which comes with several other standard and optional equipment and features.

Mr. Kalmoni urged the auto and construction industry to target the Mercedes-Benz Actros and Arocs assuring them that “the purchase of the vehicles from SSAL guarantees: Stellar after-sales support services, Genuine Spare Parts that come with one year warranty”.

He also mentioned that SSAL service centre in Tema ideally located for service convenience, Kumasi branch to serve the northern belt as well as service vans ready to tackle any situation anywhere in the country. Mr. Torsten Bauerheim and  Mr. Eric Mougenot, representatives of Daimler Commercial Vehicle and Tractafric Motors respectively were present to endorse the new trucks for its famous robustness and versatility, high residual values, low downtimes, high spare parts availability and user-friendliness which Mercedes-Benz trucks is known for to give the customer value for money.

Mr. Kwaku Agyenim-Boateng, Deputy Minister for Railway Development observed Mercedes-Benz as a trusted and reliable brand over the years as such the new trucks being unveiled is good news for the industry. Government he said is committed to developing the railway lines in the country and cannot do without the all-new Actros and Arocs.

By Times Reporter

 

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