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|Headquarters||Port Qasim, Karachi, Pakistan|
|Parent||Master Group of Industries|
Master Motors is a truck manufacturer based in Port Qasim, Karachi, Pakistan as a part of the Master Group of Industries. Master Motors signed an agreement with Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation to manufacture and assemble Mitsubishi Fuso-based trucks and buses in Pakistan. It has developed into the leading brand in Pakistan in the 3 ton trucks (25% market share) and 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 ton trucks (50% share). Since its establishment, Daimler has come to hold 85% of the company.
- Master Econo - 3 1/2 ton truck
- Master Forland Super - 3 ton truck (based on Foton Forland)
- Master Grande - 4 1/2 ton truck
- Master Highland - 1 1/2 ton truck
- Master M-410B Bus - 25-30 passenger bus
- Master Rocket - 6 1/2 ton truck
|Benz trucks, 1900's > date|
|Pre WW One||list early models here|
|1919 - 1945||list early models here|
|1945-2000||Mercedes-Benz Actros - list models here|
|Post 2000 - Current||Mercedes-Benz Actros - Mercedes-Benz Atego - list models here|
|Light Commercial & vans||Mercedes-Benz Sprinter - list models here|
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