KARACHI: Renault Trucks, in partnership with Ghandhara Nissan Ltd (GNL) on Thursday has introduced the full range of Renault Trucks to the Pakistan market.Renault Trucks and GNL signed co-operation agreement in early 2018 to represent Renault Trucks in Pakistan. GNL will be responsible for the import, distribution and after-sales service of the three new ranges, as well as the CKD assembly at its manufacturing site situated at Port Qasim, Karachi by the end of 2019; which demonstrates the company’s significant commitment to the country.Currently all the vehicles are being imported in Built-up condition from Lyon, France.Speaking at the launch, Olivier De Saint Meleuc, Senior Vice President of Renault Trucks International, said: “I am personally proud to witness this milestone for Renault Trucks in Pakistan with our partner GNL. Pakistan is an important market for Renault Trucks. Pakistan is rapidly developing with many large infrastructure projects especially under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC); that require robust & reliable trucks to cater demanding operations.“Renault Trucks offer fuel efficiency, engine performance and safety along with lower maintenance and operational costs, ultimately providing profitability to the customers. With our new range launched in 2013, we have deployed significant resources to ensure these vehicles deliver maximum reliability”.Each range has undergone rigorous quality trials and has been exhaustively field tested under actual operating conditions to meet the demands for reliability and robustness expected by our customers in Pakistan, said De Saint Meleuc.Ahmed Kuli Khan Khattak, Chief Executive Officer of GNL said, renault-trucks.comWhenever GNL has introduced any commercial vehicle to Pakistan, it is being well accepted in the market. By the blessings of Almighty Allah, GNL is taking yet another lead by bringing European Trucks. Subsequent CKD Operation of Renault Trucks from end 2019 will create new job opportunities and offer the highest standard transport solution for the benefit of customers. Published in Daily Times, November 16th 2018.