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  Proton Hands Over 32 Cars To Uem Edgenta's Subsidiary
Last update: 28/01/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 28 (Bernama) --  Malaysian carmaker, Proton, has handed over 32 units of cars for the daily operations of Edgenta Propel Bhd, the infra services division and wholly-owned unit of UEM Edgenta Bhd.

Proton Chief Executive Officer, Dr Li Chunrong said Proton and UEM Edgenta's relationship had gone a long way since 2002 and to date, a total of 236 units of Proton cars had been purchased via its corporate fleet sales programme including the recent addition of 30 units of Persona and two units of Perdana.

"I believe trust is built because they have faith in the affordability, reliability, and durability of Proton cars, which they have experienced over the years," he said in a statement today.

UEM Edgenta Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Azmir Merican said Edgenta Propel undertook its fleet renewal programme to replace current cars that are over 10 years old to achieve maximum operational efficiency and safety.

"Our commitment to operational efficiency will continue and our fleet renewal programme will be expanded to include procurement of additional lorries and pick-up trucks before the end of the year," he added.

Edgenta Propel has 25 years of experience in the infrastructure maintenance management industry, and currently manages, maintains and monitors over 2,500 kilometres of expressways, state as well as plantation roads in Malaysia.

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