Muscat Bakery signs on with Mercedes-Benz in Oman

Mercedes-Benz will supply Sprinter vehicles to the bakery in the Sultanate, and are designed to run 24/7

Muscat Bakery will soon receive the Sprinters.
Muscat Bakery will soon receive the Sprinters.

Muscat Bakery has signed a deal with Mercedes-Benz in Oman which will see the Oman company receive a fleet of the latter's Sprinter vans, which is ideal for both urban and long distance transport.

“Engineered to offer the highest vehicle uptime and designed to run around the clock, the new Sprinter ensures the greatest level of service and is perfectly-suited to the demands of Muscat Bakery,” said Daniel Fitzjohn, GM of Mercedes-Benz Oman Commercial Vehicles.

Sharaffudin, MD of Muscat Bakery, said the company had thoroughly researched the market before opting for the Sprinter, Muscat Daily reported.

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He noted: “We chose the new Sprinter for its operational reliability and advanced safety features, which will enable us to concentrate on our business and keep doing a top job every day.”

Fitzjohn added: “In selecting the new Sprinter, Muscat Bakery also has the peace of mind of knowing that its fleet is supported by the expertise and experience of our aftersales network here in Oman.”

A highly flexible vehicle, the Sprinter is available in three wheelbases and with a gross payload weight (including body) of up to 3050kg, making it suitable for the most diverse sectors and requirements.

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