Whether residential or industrial, the efficient storage, transfer, processing and disposal of solid waste is big for business – and vital for reputation. That’s why a flexible, reliable and affordable transport solution is now worth more than ever.
Power. Reliability. Operational efficiency. Just three of the assets that the Quester and Croner bring to waste management assignments.
Read on to find out more.
Famed for its endurance, the Quester is a versatile and agile workhorse that provides cost-efficient payback in the long-term. ESCOT is now available. This means easier driving with simple stop-start in tight urban environments with many collection points.
The Croner is a flexible, efficient compliment to the new Quester. It features a clean, simple and comfortable cab environment, thus is ideally suited to waste management assignments. Easily serviced and providing maximum uptime, it saves time and fuel on the road.
Both the Quester and the Croner are designed to make superstructure installation easy. Comprehensive and flexible bodybuilder preparations and power take-offs for specific applications make them ideal to be adapted for the kind of assignments you need to be ready for.
No matter the assignment, waste management demands the best support network possible. UD Extra Mile Support keeps your trucks working for you.
Every hour, day or night.
“We have a versatile product range for the industrial business.”
Naoki Kobayashi, Key Account & Regional Director of UD Trucks talks about what the All New Quon, New Quester and Croner bring to industrial segment assignments.
What are the key trends, opportunities and challenges for the industry moving forward? What is your outlook of the industry?
How do our products meet the needs ofthe customers in markets today?
Tamworth Car Carrying’s Director Mr. Les Sutton and New South Wales.
Manager Mr. Lawrence Sampson confirm how All New Quon impresses them with reliability, driving comfort and much more..
“When I’m looking to buy a new truck, I like reliability”.
Watch the video on UD Trucks’ YouTube channel.