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Hino Participate in Indonesian Transportation Exhibition 2015 Sep 16, 2015

Jakarta - PT Hino Motors Sales Indonesia (HMSI) participated in Indonesian Transportation Exhibition 2015, 16th - 18th September in Smesco Convention Center, Jakarta. “The participation in this exhibition for strengthen Hino's commitment to contribute for development of transportation in Indonesia, and also the national automotive industry" said Santiko Wardoyo,  Sales & Promotion Director HMSI.

 

At this exhibition Hino present Dutro 110 SDBL, microbus 4 wheels with 15 seats this vehicle has an engine 4 stroke, in line W04D-TP is capable of producing 110 PS is equipped turbo intercooler. With leaf suspension system special for bus soft and comfortable driving long distances. Dutro 110 SDBL also has full floating body mounting for reduce vibration and noise. Currently Hino Dutro 110 SDBL used by the local government of Jakarta as school bus in various route to support public transport safe and comfortable for Jakarta students. Beside Hino Dutro 110 SDBL, Hino also presented New Generation Ranger FG Series with fire fighter body, later can help people in handling fires.

“We are so proud to participate in helping to improve the quality of public transport services by delivering the best products for make people safety and convenience”. said Santiko. Beside school bus , DKI local government already used Hino bus since bus way corridor 1 started 11 year ago.



Currently there are 310 unit Hino bus operated such as 74 unit CNG bus, 93 unit Diesel bus and 143 unit APTB bus. Not only in Jakarta, Bandung local government also chose Hino bus R 260 for public transportation namely Trans Metro Bandung. And also Hino bus support operational of Trans Anggrek in South Tanggerang, Banten. Recently 1000 unit Hino bus R 260 will distributed to several provinces Indonesia as Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) already bought by ministry of transportation by e catalog system.  By choosing Hino as public transportation this is proof of quality of Hino which has successfully achieve 80% market share in august 2015 for bus category and will be maintained until end of year.

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