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Mar 19, 2019

 On March 19, Volvo Buses has been announced as the winning contractor for the supply of up to 900 buses over the next decade to the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia (PTA).
The buses will operate in the Perth metropolitan region. This is Volvo’s largest chassis order to date in Australia. Volvo will supply the units together with bodybuilder Volgren Australia.
Volvo will remain prime contractor under the new deal, which is the second long-term contract from the PTA for the global bus and chassis manufacturer. An average of 90 buses will be delivered per year for up to 10 years, with an initial 5 year deal, and option for a further 5 years.
The contract will initially see the supply of Volvo’s latest Euro 6 B8RLE buses.
The first Volgren-bodied Volvo B8RLE Euro 6 prototype for the new contract is expected to be delivered in August this year. Full production will commence in October 2019, with 66 buses to be delivered to the PTA in the first twelve months.

Volvo Buses Press Release

Mar 06, 2019

On March 4, 2019, Indonesia and Australia signed the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), after taking over 6 years to complete due to the wide range of trade and investment areas covered in the agreement.
The immediate benefits after the agreement is the bilateral trade between Indonesia and Australia, estimated at USD 12 billion in 2018, which will be able to expand significantly as the two countries will exempt duties for virtually all goods traded between them.
An additional boost will be the removal of nontariff barriers through a provision that removes technical and regulatory barriers to their trade ties. As Indonesia is allowed to penetrate the Australian market further, this will spur businesses of the Indonesian manufacturers, especially exports of automobiles, electronic goods, wood products, garments, etc.
(From an article of Jakarta Post on March 5, 2019)

Mar 06, 2019

Tata AutoComp Systems signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Australian DC charging infrastructure company Tritium Pty Ltd. to supply DC fast chargers for electric vehicles in India. Tritium’s Veefil-RT DC fast chargers are capable of charging the full range of electric vehicles - two wheelers, passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles. Tata AutoComp will soon make available the DC fast chargers in India. (From a press release on March 6, 2019)