SCANIA CREDIT MALAYSIA SEES STRONG NUMBERS FOR 2019 AS CUSTOMERS BEGIN TO APPRECIATE PRESERVING CAPITAL
7th of September 2018, Friday – Scania Credit Malaysia – the Scania Group’s financial services provider – expects to see more transport industry customers in Malaysia using its financing solutions next year as more and more of them begin to appreciate the advantages.
It is a one-stop provider that is focused on giving its customers tailored and sustainable financial packages that best suit their business needs. Scania Credit Malaysia also offers insurance solutions that help minimise their financial loss and handling of damages while optimising uptime. Other benefits include an accelerated claims process, special waiver on loading rate of up to five years and excess rate for vehicles sent to Scania workshops.
“Customers now appreciate how to leverage the credit facilities that we offer so that they can use their cash for other investments, so it is no longer necessary for cash to be king to grow a business,” said Sales Manager of Scania Credit Malaysia, Anson Phua Zhing Han.
“In addition to offering attractive and competitive terms, Scania Credit Malaysia requires minimal collateral and is able to offer fast approval so that more assets can quickly be acquired when the opportunity arises, as well as prompt personal services,” added Phua.
He was speaking in Kota Kinabalu during the handover ceremony of vehicles to Kotamas Oil Sdn Bhd and Syarikat Pengangkutan Bandar Raya Kinabalu (Sida Express), the keys for which were presented by Scania Southeast Asia Managing Director, Marie Sjödin Enström to Kotamas Oil Director Dato’ Rays Rustan and Syarikat Pengangkutan Bandar Raya Kinabalu Director Encik Sapni bin Sapena.
Kotamas Oil purchased 16 trucks, which is a combination of the Scania G-series and P-series trucks – four G460LA6x2MNA, four P410LA6x2MNA, three P410LB4x2MNA and five P410LB6x4MNA – all offering powerful performance and increased fuel savings that can help attain the best profitability during long-haul operations. These trucks also come with a fully adjustable steering wheel to help drivers stay focused and alert on their journey.
Syarikat Pengangkutan Bandar Raya Kinabalu chose to acquire two units of the Scania K360IB4x2 buses that feature a powerful engine with higher torque at lower revs and equipped with the Scania Opticruise gear-change that promises better comfort and fuel economy while reducing clutch and synchromesh wear.
In addition to the above, Scania Credit Malaysia have also offered financing solutions to other companies such as SR Gemilang Transport (M) Sdn Bhd, Perniagaan & Pengangkutan Yeap Sdn Bhd, Sakthy Transport Sdn Bhd, Chipseng Heng Enterprise, Sin Hock Soon Transport Sdn Bhd, Nurkasih Holiday & Tours Sdn Bhd, LLZ Haulage Sdn Bhd, Hin Tatt Recycling Sdn Bhd, Agensi Pelancungan D & Adik Beradik Sdn Bhd, Konsortium E-Mutiara Berhad, Tiara Pesona Sdn Bhd and Strong Horse Transport Sdn Bhd for their recent acquisitions.
From left to right: Anson Phua, Sales Manager of Scania Credit Malaysia that financed the 16 trucks purchased by Kotamas Oil Sdn Bhd that was represented by its Director Datuk Rays Rustan during the handover event in Kota Kinabalu. The trucks will be used to transport petrol for Petronas and Shell.
From left to right: Managing Director of Scania Southeast Asia Marie Sjdin Enström officially handing over the bus purchased by Syarikat Pengangkutan Bandar Raya Kinabalu Director Encik Sapni Sapena and his team, that will be used by the company to increase its frequency and routes in Sabah; together with the Scania team.
The Scania Malaysia team at the recent Scania Open Day event at Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu.
From right to left: Scania Southeast Asia Sales Director Daniel Tan presenting a prize to Mario from Laroslan Mohd from East Star Tours Sdn Bhd for winning the Scania Truck Simulator Challenge winner.
From right to left: Scania Southeast Asia Business Development Director Ian Tan with Scania Truck Simulator Challenge winner, Anwar Ambotang from Kolej Vokasianal Beaufort.
From right to left: Scania Southeast Asia Business Development Director Ian Tan with Scania Truck Simulator Challenge winner, Clera Frendey a Technician at Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu.
From right to left: Acting Workshop Manager of Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu Faizal Pare with Scania Truck Simulator Challenge winner, Zulkefly A. Rahman from Kolej Vokasianal Beaufort.
From right to left: Acting Workshop Manager of Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu Faizal Pare with Scania Truck Simulator Challenge winner, Sofyan Zarin a Part Assistance at Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu.
From right to left: Acting Workshop Manager of Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu Faizal Pare with Scania Truck Simulator Challenge winner, Sufyan Baharuddin a Technician at Scania (Malaysia) Kota Kinabalu.