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Hino

(hē`nō), city (1990 pop. 165,928), Tokyo Metropolis, E central Honshu, Japan, on the Asa River. A residential suburb of Tokyo and part of the Keihin Industrial Region, Hino produces automobiles and electrical machinery.
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The Hino XL7 and XL8 models are powered by Hino's legendary A09 turbo diesel 8.
The Euro 4-compliant fleet includes refrigerated vans, cargo cranes, dump trucks, cab and chassis trucks, tractor heads, wing vans, Cerito buses, Grandeza buses and a modern Hino jeepney, the Hino Jeepney Class 3 AC.
Under the heavy-duty truck segment, lined up were the Hino 700 series tractor heads fitted with 12.
Ashok Leyland will co-develop engines for BS-VI compliance in India through Hino Motors engine technology.
The New 500 Series, which leads the way towards the next generation of HINO technology, incorporates new approaches, including emotional elements throughout the development and manufacturing process.
A range of vehicles include the Hino 300, 500 and 700.
Ramez Hamdan, general manager for Hino at Al-Futtaim Motors, said: "This year is proving very positive for Hino, as we continue to grow our market share and introduce new products that meet our customers' needs.
Ramez Hamdan, GM of Hino at Al-Futtaim Motors, said: "This year is proving very positive for Hino, as we continue to grow our market share and introduce new products that meet our customers' needs.
For this year, Hino Motors expects sales in the Philippines to grow by at least 60 percent to more than 2,000 units from the 1,250 units it sold last year, as Imaoka cited the effort of their dealers in the Philippines in selling Hino vehicles.
Koh Akiyama has been appointed president and CEO, replacing Hino.
Dubai World Central (DWC), the world's first purpose-built aerotropolis, has announced that Hino Motors Limited, one of the largest truck and bus manufacturers in the world, has opened a new parts facility at the logistics district.
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission announced Tuesday that Hino Motors Manufacturing USA will expand its Marion plant, investing $55 million and adding 200 jobs.