DICV partners with Mahindra MSTC Recycling-owned facility

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) said on Wednesday it has signed a partnership with CERO, a scrappage and steel recycling facility owned by Mahindra MSTC Recycling.

The partnership offers robust support and hassle-free service to owners, helping them phase out and replace End-of-Life Commercial Vehicles (ELVs) with new BharatBenz trucks.

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"Scrapping is an important step towards reducing the carbon footprint and pollution of old vehicles on Indian roads, which is the need of the hour. This is an opportunity for customers to replace their old fleet with new BSVI BharatBenz trucks, manufactured locally in India to high standards,” DICV CEO and CEO Satyakam Arya said in a statement of safety, quality, comfort and the latest technology.

He added that the company sees great potential for new truck sales with the effective implementation of the scrappage policy.

“The agreement with DICV will focus on making the entire process simple for customers and strengthening access and benefit for all customers looking for solutions to scrap their old vehicles and replacing them with DICV vehicles,” Mahindra Intertrade, Managing Director Sumit Issar stated.

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