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- 2022.10, The Dinex OneBox for MAN
Dinex is very proud to launch the Dinex OneBox for MAN TGS/TGX applications. The OneBox design has been a significant development investment, and the unique designincorporates type approved DOC and SCR catalysts to ensure Euro VI emission regulation compliance.
The exhaust and emission leader, Dinex, has a clear green profile, when it comes to reducing emissions and helping with cleaner air, but important keywords for the Danish company are also very much sustainability and innovation. And innovation has indeed been prioritized, when it comes to the unique OneBox from Dinex.
Dinex launched the unique OneBox for Euro 6 on the European aftermarket, firstly for Volvo and Renault trucks, last year, and now Dinex is ready to for the launch of the Dinex OneBox for MAN.
“After extensive development process Dinex is extremely proud to launch the MAN OneBox for TGS/TGX applications. The OneBox design has been a significant development investment, requiring a significant amount of bespoke tooling”, explains Rogier van der Ouderaa, Product and Project Director for the Aftermarket in Dinex Group.
Dinex’s design incorporates their type approved DOC and SCR catalysts to ensure Euro VI emission regulation compliance, whilst being the 1st aftermarket supplier of new OneBox products on the market.
The OneBox products offered to the market are covered by Dinex’s market leading 3 year warranty for complete peace of mind.
“After an extensive development period I am really excited and proud of the team to see the first prototypes of the Dinex Onebox for MAN TGS/TGX models. After summer holidays we will put the design into serial production at the Dinex factory in Latvia with a planned launch at Automechanika Frankfurt this September. The premium stainless steel housing incorporates also our type approved DOC and SCR catalysts, ensuring Euro VI emission compliance. This launch compliments our launch of the Volvo FH/FM Onebox”, says Rogier van der Ouderaa.
Shortly after will come a OneBox for Iveco in Q4, design and tooling are already finalized. And then follows OneBox for Mercedes.