DaimlerChrysler & Hyundai May Team Up

June 5, 2000

SHARING TOOLS        | Print Subscribe
DaimlerChrysler and Hyundai Motor are reportedly negotiating a joint venture to build commercial vehicles.

According to the Korea Times, the two companies are trying to work out a plan for Hyundai's factory in Chonju which, with a capacity of 60,000 units a year, is said to be the largest truck plant in the world.
DaimlerChrysler and Hyundai are already are working together on the development, production and marketing of a small car. Analysts say the alliance could pave the way for something similar in trucks.
In the U.S., Hyundai Class 3, 4, and 6 trucks are marketed by Virginia based Bering Truck Corp, a joint venture with Hyundai.

Comment On This Story

Comment: (Maximum 2000 characters)  
Leave this field empty:
* Please note that every comment is moderated.


We offer e-newsletters that deliver targeted news and information for the entire fleet industry.


ELDs and Telematics

sponsored by
sponsor logo

Scott Sutarik from Geotab will answer your questions and challenges

View All

Sleeper Cab Power

Steve Carlson from Xantrex will answer your questions and challenges

View All