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Daimler’s truck division to achieve its 2013 sales target – best YTD since 2006


Daimler, the second-largest truck manufacturer in the world, on Friday said is about to reach its sales target for 2013, selling the most trucks in a year since 2006. "We expect that we will surpass last year's sales figure of 462,000 units, as we previously announced, and thus achieve the best sales result since 2006," said Daimler management board member Wolfgang ...
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Volvo reported truck shipments down 9% year-on-year in May, due to weak demand in North America and Europe, its two biggest markets. Volvo, the second largest truck maker in the world, ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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As GM didn’t manage to reach its November sales target for trucks, the automaker considers production cuts. GM executives did not offer any details on what models or plants will see ...
Volvo Trucks’ deliveries down 10 percent worldwide in October
Volvo Trucks' October deliveries fell by 10 percent to 10,051 vehicles compared with the same month last year, the company announced. In Europe, deliveries decreased by 6 percent to 4,350 trucks ...

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