Aung Chantha to import heavy-duty vehicles from U.S.

YANGON – Myanmar construction company, Aung Chantha, is going to import and distribute Bobcat heavy-duty vehicles from the U.S. according to company director.

Aung Chantha is one of Myanmar’s most promising companies dealing with leading brand construction equipment from Doosan Infracore.

“The imported vehicles are weighted between at least three and half tons and eight and half tons in most. A motor costs between Ks 38 million and Ks 110 million. We will give four-year guarantee to customers. We are now planning to distribute and sell motors by one year or two years hire-purchase system cooperating with Ayeyawady Bank,” said Tun Lin, Director of Aung Chan Tha Company.

The company is importing Korean-made trucks, heavy equipment such as forklifts and bulldozer to Myanmar since 2010.

The company is now planning to expand by import U.S. made light and medium machinery which is in high demand with the upsurge of construction.

Source: ELEVEN Myanmar

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