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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 Sees European Truck Market Recovering
Volvo expects the European and US commercial-vehicle markets to recover in 2013 as the global economic growth rebounds. Chief Executive Officer Olof Persson said that Volvo plans to introduce this year ...
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