C.S.Cargo invested more than EUR 7.4 million in its fleet

Apart from environmental benefits of the Euro 6 emission standard, a young fleet contributes also to lower operating costs

C.S.Cargo invested more than EUR 7.4 million in its fleet

In 2016 C.S.Cargo continued its annual tradition of updating its fleet. The transport company acquired trucks in the value of CZK 196 million (EUR 7.25 million), and invested in 63 Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Scania and DAF towing units and 80 trailers and semi-trailers.

Drivers get new comfortable vehicles which meet the Euro 6 emission standard. Previous experience shows that a young fleet contributes to lower operating costs. Mercedes-Benz dominates among the new towing units, while Krone leads in the trailer and semi-trailer department.

“Since 2011 we bought more than six hundred towing units,” explains Aleš Willert, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors C.S.Cargo. The group operates a large fleet of modern vehicles which undergo regular servicing. The majority of the fleet meets the strict Euro 5 EEV and Euro 6 standard.

The C.S.Cargo group is a leading Central European provider of road, air, sea and rail transport services and a comprehensive range of logistics services. The group operates through its subsidiaries in four Central European countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Germany) and in Russia