Just before India declared a lockdown in the wake of the
Coronavirus pandemic, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), Daimler’s
commercial vehicle subsidiary in India completed a major order with the
delivery of 120 BharatBenz trucks. The blue BharatBenz 4023T tractors were
handed over to CJ Darcl Logistics Ltd. in Jamshedpur, in the north Indian state
CJ Darcl Logistics Ltd. is a joint venture between Korean
group CJ and Indian logistics company Darcl. It is one of India’s leading
end-to-end transport and logistics companies. The customer already owns 112 BharatBenz
The BharatBenz 4023T tractors are specifically built for
the customer’s requirements, most obvious of which is the striking blue livery.
Furthermore, all trucks are equipped with DICV’s connectivity feature
Truckonnect, allowing fleet-managers to track and analyse their vehicles in
real time. For additional driver safety the trucks are fitted with the
innovative Driver State Monitoring System (DSMS), helping drivers to stay
attentive with the use of AI and vision technology.
DICV produces and sells BharatBenz trucks and buses above
9 to 55 tons and has produced more than 100,000 BharatBenz vehicles since the
market launch in 2012.
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