City company exports first specialized autos to Cambodia

The Saigon Transportation Mechanical Corporation (Samco) delivered two specialized vehicles worth US$153,000 to representatives of Phnom Penh City Hall, Cambodia on October 30.

A street-washing and plant-watering truck to be exported to Cambodia on October 30. (Photo: SGGP)

The vehicles include a specially made Isuzu drain-vacuum truck and a Hino street-washing and plant-watering truck.

It is the first time Samco has exported specialized automobiles to Cambodia and the company says it expects to export more such vehicles in the near future.

SAMCO is a state-owned manufacturing company in Ho Chi Minh City that specializes in repair and maintenance services for all types of cars.

It produces, builds and assembles buses and specialized vehicles including top names like Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Daihatsu, Hino, Hyundai, and Daewoo.

The company has a high-tech training center which receives support from international high-profile auto companies.

Samco provides inter-provincial and public transport services as well as builds and provides waterway transportation services.

By Ng.Kh - Translated by T.Huong

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