News from MAN: Operators are being invited to win a ‘Truckload of Überefficiency’, worth £10,000, courtesy of MAN Truck & Bus UK at the CV Show later this month, as the company encourages operators to calculate their Total Cost of Operation (TCO).
MAN continues to champion TCO with its range of customer support offerings, and which will form a central theme at the show this year.
After entering online at www.man-tco.co.uk, or in person on MAN’s stand at the NEC, six lucky operators will be selected at random and announced on the last day of the show, winning the truck of their choice for a full six months.
The truck, either a TGS or TGX tractor, a TGM at 18 or 26 tonnes or a TGL at 7.5 or 12 tonnes, will come with six-months repair & maintenance cover, road-tax, tyres, MAN Fleet Management and driver training – a total package worth up to £10,000.
MAN’s dedicated TCO website provides operators with an accurate cost calculator for their individual transport operations, taking into account a wide range of critical parameters. A handy fuel calculator also provides an instant cost analysis on annual diesel consumption, including AdBlue usage.
“With our TCO website, we can help truck operators get a firm fix on operating costs,” said MAN’s UK CEO, Des Evans. “And the ability to calculate to a high degree of accuracy their annual expenditure. Furthermore, MAN has in place a comprehensive range of Customer Support offerings to reduce operators’ TCO and to maximise productivity – including MAN ProfiDrive training, MAN Fleet Management, MAN EcoStyle driver performance monitoring and, of course, MAN Financial Services.
“By winning a truck for six months, ready for the road and with all the MAN operational benefits that go with it, operators potentially new to the MAN product, will see first-hand just what we can bring to the issue of overall truck ownership.”
Evans added, “We boast products among the most technologically advanced in the industry, and we now have a range of aftersales services that I believe is the very best in the business.”