INTERVIEW-Transics sees significant scope for growth in Europe


* Expects majority of customers to invest in latest product * New device can cut fuel bills by 10 percent By Ben Deighton BRUSSELS, May 31 (Reuters) - Belgium's Transics International NV expects significant growth for truck management systems in Europe when the market eventually picks up, its chief executive said on Monday. The company's revenue fell by almost 18 percent last year as transport companies delayed upgrading their fleets because of a shortage of bank funding. However, ...

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