UD Trucks acting managing director, Rory Schulz (right), along with Aubrey Rambau, general manager of manufacturing, presents the last UD40 to Arrie van Deventer of the Legends Rhino Orphanage.
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Farewell to a UD Trucks legend

UD Trucks Southern Africa’s head office and GTO assembly plant in Rosslyn recently bid a bittersweet farewell to the company’s legendary MCV range. The last of the U41 range, a UD 40, left the assembly line after more than 13 000 units

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