TEMSA’s environmentally friendly E6 diesel engine LF12 model will soon be on the roads in Israel.
Having delivered 48 vehicles in the last dispatch to Dalhom Motors, one of Israel’s largest operators, TEMSA has provided a total of 83 TEMSA-branded vehicles in the company’s fleet within a year.
Within the scope of the agreement, 48 pieces of LF12-model TEMSA vehicles were recently delivered to Dalhom Motors Ltd., increasing its fleet of TEMSA-branded vehicles to 83 buses. The latest vehicles will be put into service in Netanya, Israel, on 1 January 2022.
TEMSA’s buses reflect the experience it has acquired in urban transportation solutions, with the 48 pieces of its LF12 model each designed down to the last detail according to Dalhom Motors Ltd.’s requests. Through the collaboration between TEMSA and Dalhom Motors Ltd., these tailored details, including the operator’s special requests, such as a destination board and ticket machine, were completed at TEMSA’s plant.
“For TEMSA, 2021 has been a year of growth and progress with sound steps on the markets where it is present. We believe that the 83-vehicle fleet we delivered most recently to Israel within a year will keep up with the city's architecture and set an example for the 'Smart Cities' vision with its economic, comfortable, safe, and environment-friendly structure. With this delivery we made at the end of a year in which we had a say in the European market, we took a sturdy position in the Middle Eastern market as well.”
This article was originally published on PR Newswire.
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