Waberer's Cuts Avg Age of Int'l Truck Fleet
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Waberer's Group has reduced the average age of its Hungarian fleet of trucks in international service to under two-and-a-half years, the hauler said in a press release on Tuesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
The average age of tractors of Waberer's Hungary-based international transportation segment has dropped to 2.3 years. Including the fleet of Waberer's Polish subsidiary Link, the average fleet age stands at 2.1 years.
Waberer's has over 2,100 vehicles in its international fleet, including 1,700 managed in Hungary and 400 at the business in Poland.
It has close to 800 vehicles that make domestic deliveries.
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