TNB buys a fleet of Toyota Hiluxes: 292 units to be used by staffs

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), the largest power company in Southeast Asia, has acquired 292 units of Toyota Hiluxes. The move is in line with UMW Toyota Motor’s commitment to serve its corporate customers better, and the company has delivered the first batch of 100 units during the launch and the remaining 192 units will be delivered in batches.

Flag-off by En Mohd Adibi Ambak (TNB) & En Mohd Shamsor Mohd Zain (UMW Toyota)

The first batch of 100 units was delivered to TNB at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS). It’s also where the keys were handed over from UMW’s Director of Operation Support Group, Mr Mohd Shamsor Mohd Zain to TNB’s Senior GM of Procurement and Vendor Management Distribution Division, Mr Mohd Adibi bin Ambak.

During his speech, Mohd Shamsor expressed his gratitude by thanking TNB for choosing the Toyota brand and TNB’s continuous support in UMW Toyota Motor. He also said TNB’s core activities include transmission and distribution of electricity, thus requiring reliable and durable day-to-day vehicles.

Group photo with 100 units of Toyota Hilux

Besides supplying the pick-up trucks, UMW Toyota will also be providing TNB their needs with regards to after-sales service, timely vehicle delivery as well as product and technical training.

The Hilux is Malaysia’s best selling pick-up truck, boasting sales figure over 180,000 since its market introduction back in 2005 with close to 50 percent market share.





2015 Toyota Hilux facelift


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