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Traton Completes Navistar Merger, Looks to China, Electrification
Volta Accelerates Electric-Truck Rollout, Eyes U.S. Market
Germany-Based Logistics Company Enters U.S. Market
Daimler to Spin off Truck Business, Cites 'Zero-Emissions Future'

Daimler to Spin off Truck Business, Cites 'Zero-Emissions Future'

Daimler plans to spin off Daimler Truck as a separate business and establish two independent pure-play companies for truck/bus and autos, “designed to unlock the full potential of its businesses in a zero-emissions, software-driven future.”

February 3, 2021

Stellantis: World’s 4th-Largest Automaker Has Launched
Traton, Hino Team up for Electric-Vehicle Development

Traton, Hino Team up for Electric-Vehicle Development

Two global commercial vehicle makers, Germany’s Traton SE and Japan’s Hino Motors Ltd., have signed a joint venture agreement to develop electric commercial vehicles, both battery-electric and fuel-cell versions.

October 28, 2020

Hyundai’s First Fuel Cell Truck Heads to Europe
Einride Showcases Single-Operator Control of Multiple Autonomous Vehicles
Volvo Begins Selling Electric Trucks in Europe
Scania Debuts Reconfigurable Urban Utility Vehicle Concept

Scania Debuts Reconfigurable Urban Utility Vehicle Concept

Scania's new NXT electric, self-driving concept vehicle can be quickly reconfigured to meet changing fleet needs in the course of a single work day. It can be a commuter bus in the morning and evening, for example, and a refuse truck overnight.

June 10, 2019

German Logistics Provider Adds Electric Fuso Cabovers

German Logistics Provider Adds Electric Fuso Cabovers

Logistics service provider DB Schenker and Fuso, a Daimler Trucks brand, are expanding their partnership to bring more fully electric cabovers into European cities to support last-mile deliveries.

April 3, 2019

Nikola Plans Electric Road Tractor for Europe
All-Electric, Driverless Logging Truck Revealed
Phillips Connect Technologies Acquires Polish Electrical Components Company
Germany Fines VW $1.18B for Diesel Cheating

Germany Fines VW $1.18B for Diesel Cheating

Volkswagen AG has been fined $1.18 billion (1 billion euros) by public prosecutors in Germany over diesel emissions cheating in approximately 10.7 million vehicles.

June 13, 2018

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