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  • wsy1234's Avatar
    1,100 posts since Aug '07
    • by looking at the picture it not shipping back to china, it just transfer ownership to bedok transport. or after trial SMRT reject and the bus agent sell the bus cheaply to bedok transport just like sbs rejected CO. I wonder how about sbs rejected MAN bus who will buy it? 

      nice colour for this bus.should use for premium bus service.

  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,408 posts since Apr '05
  • Lee Teuk's Avatar
    118 posts since Oct '10
    • I don't think the Yutong was ever shipped back to china at all because i saw the bus inside Systems Cool everyday, until last month? then it disappeared

  • buses[IN]gapore!'s Avatar
    1,547 posts since Aug '10
    • a reader points out that i used the word indicates, which to his intepretation is "suggests". Given that the post was posted quite some time back too.

      http://www.thefreedictionary.com/indicates

      To suggest or demonstrate the necessity, expedience, or advisability of: The symptoms indicate immediate surgery.

      "sources indicate that it was shipped back to China since August 2010"

      "sources suggests that it was shipped back to China since August 2010"

      Edited by buses[IN]gapore! 18 May `11, 11:27PM
    • Originally posted by Lee Teuk:

      I don't think the Yutong was ever shipped back to china at all because i saw the bus inside Systems Cool everyday, until last month? then it disappeared


      oh i see.

      It didn't leave SG after all. =)

      I believe its a misintepretation/misunderstanding by busmanic on the wording.

      Edited by buses[IN]gapore! 18 May `11, 11:27PM
  • busmanic's Avatar
    325 posts since Dec '05
    • Originally posted by buses[IN]gapore!:

      hmm that reminds me

      Do you have evidence that that the bus was entirely in SG and not shipped back to china before being brought back?

      just a clarification.

      distributors buy buses from china to resell. therefore it's unlikely yutong will take back any bus the distributor has bought. it's also illogical to ship the whole bus back to china, only to ship it back to be sold again, unless Bedok Transport specified that they only want SMB135E. since Systems Cool is a SME, it'll be insane for them to waste so much on shipping, and the rising yuan isn't helping too.

  • Lee Teuk's Avatar
    118 posts since Oct '10
    • Originally posted by buses[IN]gapore!:


      oh i see.

      It didn't leave SG after all. =)

      I believe its a misintepretation/misunderstanding by busmanic on the wording.

      i pass by Systems Cool everyday as i work nearby there... always see it parked at the same spot. now we all know that it has been sold to bedok transport so case closed bah

      Edited by Lee Teuk 18 May `11, 11:36PM
  • buses[IN]gapore!'s Avatar
    1,547 posts since Aug '10
    • Originally posted by busmanic:

      distributors buy buses from china to resell. therefore it's unlikely yutong will take back any bus the distributor has bought. it's also illogical to ship the whole bus back to china, only to ship it back to be sold again, unless Bedok Transport specified that they only want SMB135E. since Systems Cool is a SME, it'll be insane for them to waste so much on shipping, and the rising yuan isn't helping too.


      That's where it concludes.

      i believe you've misinterpreted the post (that the fact i wrote "indicates" instead of "confirmed"), and i've probably could have phrased the wordings better. It's a learning experience for all of us. Yep. At least this is clarified. However, you can consider clarifying rather than to do a flammatory post.

      Edited by buses[IN]gapore! 19 May `11, 12:21AM
    • Originally posted by busmanic:

      me creating trouble?

      please read between the lines icon_twisted.gif

      this guy is now registered as PC194T and owned by  Bedok Transport.

      -----------------------------------

      Vehicle No.: SMB135E 

      Vehicle Type: H20 - Public Transport Bus/Coach/Minibus 

      Vehicle Attachment 1: Air-Conditioned 

      Vehicle Scheme: OmniBus (SMRT) 

      Vehicle Make: YUTONG 

      Vehicle Model: ZK6126HGC 

      Chassis No.: LZYTAGE6681024944

      Engine No.: 21843961

      Engine Capacity: 8849 cc 

      Maximum Laden Weight: 17800 kg 

      Unladen Weight: 12540 kg

      -----------------------------

      Vehicle No.: PC194T

      Vehicle Type: D20 - Private Hire Bus/Coach/Minibus

      Vehicle Attachment 1: Air-Conditioned

      Vehicle Scheme: Public Service Vehicle (Others)

      Vehicle Make: YUTONG

      Vehicle Model: ZK6126HGC

      Chassis No.: LZYTAGE6681024944

      Engine No.: 21843961

      Engine Capacity: 8849 cc

      Maximum Laden Weight: 17800 kg

      Unladen Weight: 12680 kg


      hmm you snapped the pics on 14th May at abt 6:15 pm @ Aljunied MRT. Evening shuttle?

  • SBS9616R's Avatar
    13 posts since May '11
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      Right.

      Coleslaw anyone?

      icon_mrgreen.gif

      People already fighting you should just keep quiet. Got time to crap around but not when people are arguing. By posting such comments, you are only going to cause more fighting. Nobody wants to eat your coleslaw so keep your unnecessary comments to yourself. Peace

  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,408 posts since Apr '05
    • The coleslaw touched some ketchup....bleah....

      *chucks coleslaw aside*

      Gotta work now...look for food later.

      ciao

  • AEW5001's Avatar
    17,672 posts since Jul '08
    • Originally posted by wsy1234:

      by looking at the picture it not shipping back to china, it just transfer ownership to bedok transport. or after trial SMRT reject and the bus agent sell the bus cheaply to bedok transport just like sbs rejected CO. I wonder how about sbs rejected MAN bus who will buy it? 

      nice colour for this bus.should use for premium bus service.


      There's no news about the former SBS8031J for too long.
      u may want to try yr luck by asking STK, which is e major distrbutor for MAN vehicles.

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