Bus Designed for Guatemala

A bus prototype specifically designed to integrate itself into the transport system of Guatemala City was presented.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Eduardo Velasquez, in his article in El Periódico reported that this is the work of a group of national and foreign businessmen "led by Fernando Anzueto, an engineer for the Maprisa Company. He was accompanied by Severino Rosmo from the famous Rosmo Chassis Company and entrepreneurs from the Companies Hino of Japan, GPS of Central America and Cardtech. The new bus prototype has two rows of seats, each attached to the side windows of the bus. It has the fundamental modern systems for urban transport in the XXI Century such as GPS tracking systems, video cameras, a prepaid card system and entrance and exit doors on both sides of the vehicle."

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Tender for Purchase of Vehicles

August 2014

The Ministry of Government of Guatemala is putting out to tender the purchase of vehicles (pickup trucks, buses, vans and sedans) to be used by the National Civil Police.

Guatemala Government Purchase 3356221 EL-SCPNC-13-2014:
"ACQUISITION OF VEHICLES FOR USE BY THE NATIONAL CIVIL POLICE."

Rise of Retreading in Costa Rica

October 2012

Despite the presence in the market of low-priced tires, retreading is growing as the first choice for vehicle maintenance and cargo transport.

An article in Elfinancierocr.com discusses the retreading industry in Costa Rica, where most companies reported sales increases ranging up to 40% in recent months.

Honduras Tender for Purchase of Vehicles

March 2012

The National Statistics Institute is inviting bids for the purchase of vehicles for a program to support the 2012 Population and Housing Census.

The international tender is for the purchase of:

1 Bus with capacity for 15 people, Vehicle model year 2012 (minimum) Engine: Diesel four (4) cylinder payload: 1 ton

Bus Assembly Company in Costa Rica

February 2012

The assembly company Daewoo produces units which are sold in the Dominican Republic and put together to be sent to Panama.

The assembly plant in Costa Rica is preparing six units which will soon be sold to clients in the Dominican Republic, as part of their regional expansion plans, revealed its president Max Anderson.

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