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Volvo Trucks’ November deliveries increased 45 percent in November. The Swedish truckmaker has sold 11, 349 vehicles in November globally.

In Europe, the company has sold 4, 418 trucks in November, up 35% compared with the corresponding period of 2010. Delivery increases were noted in such countries as the United Kingdom, France and Sweden.

In Russia, deliveries rose a full 159 percent to 653 trucks, compared to the same period of 2010. On the whole, deliveries in Eastern Europe rose 72 percent during November 2011.

In Brazil, deliveries rose 15% in November, compared with the corresponding period of 2010.

The company said in North America deliveries rose 85% compared with November 2010 to 2,959 trucks.

During the month, deliveries of medium duty vehicles increased 27% to 217 units, while heavy duty vehicles grew 45% to 11,132 units.

Delivered Units November Year-to-
Date
Volvo Trucks 2011 2010 Change 2011 2010 Change
Europe 4 418 3 265 35% 41 694 25 552 63%
Western Europe 3 059 2 476 24% 29 063 20 045 45%
Eastern Europe 1 359 789 72% 12 631 5 507 129%
North America 2 959 1 602 85% 22 539 11 090 103%
South America 2 159 1 741 24% 22 595 16 658 36%
Asia 1 406 856 64% 12 398 8 755 42%
Other markets 407 364 12% 4 238 3 854 10%
Total Volvo Trucks 11 349 7 828 45% 103 464 65 909 57%