Malaysian logistics firm acquires 70 MAN TGS units

Model offers an extra 360kg of payload compared to other tractor units in market

PHOTO: The LTS Group’s headquarters are located close to the MAN subsidiary in Prai, reducing the time needed for maintenance and servicing. Credit: MAN Truck & Bus AG

Malaysia’s Lee Ting San Group (LTS Group) has expanded its long-distance haulage fleet with 70 MAN TGS 19.360 4×2 BLS tractor units.

Commenting on the choice of the MAN TGS vehicles, Lee Kah Chye, CEO of the LTS Group, said: “The MAN TGS convinced us with its performance, payload and low fuel consumption. In addition, the vehicle is convenient and easy to operate, which is greatly appreciated by our long-distance drivers.”

The LTS Group’s headquarters are also located close to the MAN subsidiary in Prai, which reduced the time needed for maintenance and servicing, he said.

In comparison to other tractor units available in the Malaysian market, the MAN TGS offers an extra 360 kg of payload, the Munich-headquartered manufacturer said. Driver comfort on the TGS is enhanced by the automated 12-gear MAN TipMatic gearbox, and an L cab with a bunk.

“The order from the LTS Group shows that MAN meets the customer’s stringent requirements for fuel-efficient and economic vehicles,” said Hartmut Müller, managing director of MAN Truck & Bus (M) Sdn Bhd.

Located in Prai, the LTS Group is a logistics service provider with a fleet of almost 1000 vehicles, and serves customers like DHL, Schlumberger, Dell and KLM.


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