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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 ...
Volvo Second-Quarter profit down, Orders Fall On North America
Volvo AB, the world’s second-largest truck maker, said second-quarter vehicle orders suffered a deeper-than-expected fall hit by slumping demand in North America and Europe. After riding high on a strong recovery ...
Volkswagen increases its share in MAN SE to 75 percent
Volkswagen Ag, Europe’s largest carmaker on Tuesday announced that is increasing its share of the voting rights in MAN SE from 73.76 percent to 75.03 percent with effect from June ...
Scania CEO sees European truck market down 10pct this year
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Daimler to build first BharatBenz truck in India by mid-2012
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MAN CEO says no signs of truck demand recovery
Man SE CEO Hakan Samuelsson told the Financial Times the truck industry needs to "wait for real signs of improvement" and pre-crisis levels of demand for trucks won't return before ...
Europe heavy-truck deliveries fall 57% in August
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