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To the colliery by Lion power

20 MAN Lion's Regio transport the staff of Russian mining giant SUEK reliably and comfortably to work

The Russian transport company NEOTRANS has taken receipt of 20 MAN Lion's Regio intercity buses. The company is being contracted by Russia's biggest coal producer, the Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK), to transport employees to coal mines in the western Siberian city of Kemerovo and the surrounding area.

The Russian transport company NEOTRANS has taken receipt of 20 MAN Lion's Regio intercity buses. The company is being contracted by Russia's biggest coal producer, the Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK), to transport employees to coal mines in the western Siberian city of Kemerovo and the surrounding area. The modern MAN buses were a significant factor in SUEK's decision to award the contract to NEOTRANS.

"Quality, safety and reliability are the values our company is founded upon," said Sergey Verzhbitsky, managing director of NEOTRANS, at the official hand-over of the buses. "The MAN buses set the benchmark in all these respects. And the awarding of this contract from an industrial company as well known as SUEK confirms that our decision to use MAN vehicles was the right one."

The two- and three-axle MAN Lion's Regio buses can seat up to 63 passengers. The buses are powered by 310 HP MAN D20 common-rail diesel engines.