Volvo gets order for 118 buses from Colombia


STOCKHOLM, March 24 (Reuters) - Heavy truck and bus maker Volvo said on Wednesday it had won an order for 118 buses to be used in the public transport system in the Colombian capital of Bogota. Volvo signed the order for the B12MA model buses with three Colombian operators, Conexion Movil, Express del Futuro and Merobus, the Swedish manufacturer said in a statement. The value of the deal was not disclosed.

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