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Al Masaood CV&E showcases sustainable waste management solutions at EcoWaste 2023

by Mohammad Ghazal

Al Masaood Commercial Vehicles and Equipment (CV&E) is participating in EcoWaste Exhibition and Forum 2023 to showcase the latest environmentally friendly trucks from global brands UD Trucks and Renault Trucks that offer sustainable waste management solutions. The division, which is part of Al Masaood Group, is the sole distributor of UD Trucks and Renault Trucks in Abu Dhabi.

Al Masaood Commercial Vehicles & Equipment (CV&E) is participating in EcoWASTE which is being held during the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) between January 16 and 18, 2023, at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). The Exhibition is a forefront of the zero waste in the MENA region and is dedicated to advancing new business opportunities and practices for sustainable waste management.

“We are pleased to participate in EcoWaste 2023, which emphasises the need to deploy more sensible and sustainable waste management solutions. UAE’s market is ever evolving with more demand for the greener solutions. Therefore, as a key player in the waste management sector, we at Al Masaood CV&E are dedicated to providing sustainable and environmentally friendly options that fulfil the needs and requirements of our customers. The displaying of UD Trucks’ and Renault Trucks’ products at EcoWaste 2023 directly reflects on our pledge towards a sustainable future,” Mohammad El Zeftawi, General Manager of Al Masaood CV&E, said, according to a statement by the company.

As sole distributor of Renault Trucks, the division is showcasing Renault Trucks K480 Euro 5 Evolution with Optidriver Gearbox, which will soon operate in the national capital as part of Al Masaood CV&E’s partnership with Abu Dhabi Waste Management Centre, TADWEER. Renault Trucks’ K-Range Tractor Head 6×4, is a EURO 5 Enhanced Environmentally friendly Vehicle (EEV), producing engine power of 480 HP with a high efficiency of fuel consumption for vehicles operating on tough road conditions.

Guillaume Zimmermann, Commercial Director of Renault Trucks Middle East, said: “Renault Trucks is well-established as one of Europe’s leading suppliers of truck solutions for the waste management sector and has been forging a significant presence in the region with over 400+ units already running in the UAE in this segment.”

Al Masaood CV&E is also displaying UD Trucks’ flagship MD Croner model, PKE 19T chassis equipped with 16 CBM Compactor. UD Trucks Croner PKE has latest UD Trucks 250 hp EURO 5 complaint engine with SCR technology generating high torque of 950Nm, coupled with fully automatic transmission with push button gear selector and is also equipped with advanced body builder module control unit. With these advanced and unique spec, UD Trucks is leading the way to lift the productivity level in waste management from MD Trucks. With these advanced and distinctive specifications, UD Trucks is paving the way to enhance the productivity in waste management. The division will also be providing the full range of UD Trucks Quester and Croner in the market with Euro 5 emissions, Automated/Automatic transmission, and latest advance driver display, amon g many other advanced features available for the full range of trucks.

 “Since few years now, UD Trucks is becoming a leader in the waste management sector in the UAE, and we are proud to be supporting some of the biggest waste management companies in the region along with our long-trusted partner Al Masaood. We can clearly see that the UAE market is one of the most advanced markets in the region in terms of emissions and specs requirements and we are strongly committed to our customers to always bring the best solutions to the market to support their businesses,”  Mourad Hedna, President of UD Trucks MEENA, said Monday.

The EcoWaste Exhibition and Forum is exploring how waste management is becoming more sustainable, embracing circular principles, and exploring zero landfill options, such as waste to energy initiatives. The event is also examining ways that companies can incorporate circularity into their operations, waste minimisation methods, the role of technology in delivering better understanding of waste management, and ideas for generating revenue from waste.

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