| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 3 Aug 2016 | Asia Samachar |
Pritam Singh Agency Sdn Bhd (PSA) has taken delivery of 30 units of Mercedes-Benz prime movers to expand its fleet to 108 trucks and strengthen its position as a major transporter of crude palm oil (CPO) and related products in Peninsular Malaysia.
PSA founder and chairman Pritam Singh said the purchase of the Mercedes-Benz 3344S 6×4 Actros Prime Movers underscores the company’s commitment to deliver on its brand vision of ‘Always Moving Forward’.
The move was also part of its efforts to ‘raise the bar for the industry with state-of-the-art trucks in delivering service excellence, higher reliability and safety standards, befitting Malaysia’s status as the world’s palm oil marketplace.’
In the same statement, PSA director Gulshanjit Kaur said the company has been in the business for 30 years and its strategy has been to focus on steady growth in the palm oil industry.
“We have come to a pivotal point to take PSA to the next level, to firmly establish PSA as an industry leader specialised in the transport delivery of crude palm oil and related products,” said Gulshanjit, who is Pritam’s daughter.
Since inception in 1986, PSA said its average daily transport of crude palm oil and related products has grown multifold to 4,000 – 5,000 tonnes per day. These include crude palm oil, RBD palm oil, RBD palm olein, RBD palm sterine, palm fatty acid as well as water, sludge, soap and sugar.
“It is with such great pleasure to have Pritam Singh Agency’s confidence in selecting our commercial vehicles and services for their transporting business. We have full confidence that our new valued customer will further strengthen its position as a leading transporter of crude palm oil and related products here in Peninsular Malaysia,” said Mr. R. Devaraju, Director of Operations of Cycle & Carriage Bintang Bhd.
PSA says it has a proven reputation for safe and reliable service, and is well-equipped to provide same-day delivery from refineries and mills to manufacturing plants, insulation storage points, ports and free-trade zones.
Its fleet of 108 trucks is fully fitted with satellite tracking device – Omnizone Vehicle Tracking System – to manage and track its entire fleet from its site office to ensure timely and safe delivery of goods transported, it added.
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