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DAF Trucks increased its market share in the EU in 2012


DAF Trucks has strengthened its position on the European truck market last year, reaching a record market share of 16 percent in the heavy segment (16 tons+). This makes DAF the second largest heavy truck brand in the EU, behind Mercedes-Benz. Moreover, DAF is leading the market in the heavy tractor segment with a market share of 19.1 percent. DAF is a ...
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Volvo Trucks’ global deliveries down 17 percent in November 2012
Volvo Trucks announced its deliveries fell by 17 percent in November to 9,446 vehicles compared with the same month in 2011. In Europe, deliveries decreased by 13 percent to 3,835 trucks ...
MAN Slows Investments, Focuses On Reducing Spending
MAN plans to slow investments this year and focus on reducing spending on parts, as the European crisis makes earnings fall faster than sales. Chief Executive Officer Georg Pachta-Reyhofen said today, ...
MAN prepares for tough 2013 as truck orders drop because of the Euro crisis
MAN expects next year to be even tougher than 2012 as orders in the third quarter dropped more than normal. The Chief Financial Officer of the truckmaker controlled by Volkswagen AG, ...
Scania Reports Profit Down, But Orders Increase
Although truck maker Scania reported a declined second quarter net profit, its order bookings improved. Swedish truck maker Scania reported a decreased second quarter net profit of 1.9 billion kroner (227 ...
IVECO to close 5 plants in Europe by end of year
Italian truck maker Iveco will close five truck plants in three European countries by the end of 2012 as it consolidates its manufacturing base to become more competitive in a ...
Volvo Group Trucks Delivers Up 25% in October [table]
Volvo Trucks, the Swedish based and world number two truck maker said on Wednesday that shipments of its trucks rose 25 percent year-on-year to 4,628 trucks in October. Total deliveries by ...
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