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Schwing Stetter launches its new premium variants of concrete truck mixers “Super Six”, in partnership with Mahindra Powerol - Super Six variants to be GPS enabled & IoT ready

Schwing Stetter India, one of the country's leading concrete equipment manufacturers' today announced its partnership with Mahindra Powerol, a business unit of the USD 20.7 billion Mahindra Group, to launch its new premium variant of concrete truck mixers - “Super Six”. In an industry-first initiative, Schwing Stetter and Mahindra Powerol have joined hands to launch this fuel efficient product.

The Super Six truck mixers were conceptualized based on the current needs of customers in this segment and will have the Mahindra Powerol engines. The Super Six truck mixers have undergone several extensive trials to meet the industry requirements of smart, premium and intelligent products. The Super Six variants are listed below.

1. Super Six IOT In and IOT Ready (powered directly by truck chassis engine)
2. Super Six GPS and Standard (powered by Mahindra Powerol Engine)

The other significant features of Super Six are:
Large loading volume.
Optimum drive characteristics.
Best-in-class spiral geometry.
Stetter T-protect wear protection. 
Large clearance for concrete discharge. 
Easy to clean and service.
Highest resale value.
Best in class fuel efficiency resulting in lowest lifecycle cost which helps customer save “5 Lakhs in 5 years”.
Future ready engines 

Available with Mahindra Suraksha - a comprehensive maintenance program and livetrack system which can be supplied on requirement.

At the press conference, Mr. Anand Sundaresan, Vice-Chairman & Managing Director of Schwing Stetter India said, “At Schwing Stetter, we take pride in associating only with companies that have best-in-class products. Needless for me to say, partnering with Mahindra Powerol is a huge step for Schwing Stetter India. Keeping in mind the feedback we received from customers, we decided to partner with Mahindra Powerol to launch the Super Six range which can boast of higher fuel efficiency, lower costs of ownership and other key add on features. We are thrilled by the launch of IoT enabled smart truck mixers, and hope that our customers see value in this product. We hope for a long-standing partnership with Mahindra Powerol.”

According to Mr. Sachin Nijhawan, Business Head, Mahindra Powerol, “This is a long term association as both the companies believe in providing value to their customers. Products such as Super Six reinforces our approach to provide the best to our customers and proposition of relentless customer focus”.