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July 19, 2016 - Industry News

Truck Makers Hit With Record EU Fines for Price-Fixing in Europe

Mercedes-Benz trucks on display in 2012 at a pre-IAA Commercial Vehicle Show event. Daimler, as the largest of the truck makers involved in the EU investigation, also faces the largest fine. Photo by Sven-Erik Lindstrand.

The European Union is fining five truck makers nearly 3 billion euros for acting as a cartel to fix prices of medium and heavy-duty trucks and time the introduction of technologies to comply with emissions rules.

Tags: Iveco, Daimler AG, MAN, European Commission, European Union, Global, Volvo Group, DAF

July 19, 2016 - Industry News

Earnings Watch: Volvo Says Net Profit Falls, Announces Fine in EU Probe

The Swedish parent to truck brands Volvo, Mack and others reported its second quarter profit slid from a year ago due to lower sales in many parts of the world and has downwardly revised its expectations in North America.

Tags: Volvo, Economy, Volvo Trucks, Earnings, European Union, Volvo Trucks North America, Global

June 28, 2016 - Industry News

German VDA Warns Against Post-Brexit Customs Barriers

Scania trucks from Sweden are among the commercial vehicles imported to Britain from EU member states. Photo: Lee Bristol via Flickr under Creative Commons license.

Germany's automotive industry association, VDA, cautioned against any European Union imposition of customs barriers following the UK's decision to exit the European Union.

Tags: European Union, Global, VDA, Brexit

May 9, 2013 - Industry News

As EU Contemplates CO2 Reduction, is More Power the Answer?

Scania log transporter, 72 ton GCW, powered by a 730-horsepower V-8 diesel.

The European Union is following the U.S. lead in cutting greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation industry, but one approach may differ from that of North America: Larger engines and bigger rigs.

Tags: Scania, European Union, Global, Volvo, CO2, Truck Weights

January 14, 2013 - Industry News

European Regulators Scotch UPS/TNT Deal

It looks like United Parcel Service's proposed deal to buy European package giant TNT Express will not go through, after the European Commission informed the two companies that it is working on a decision to prohibit the proposed acquisition. UPS announced last March plans to acquire Dutch package company TNT Express for 5.16 billion euros or $6.8 billion. It would have been UPS' biggest purchase to date

Tags: UPS, European Union, Global



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