TAIPEI – Swedish truck maker Scania AB plans to begin sourcing parts from Taiwan, a senior official of the government-funded Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) says. Scania has notified TAITRA that it has sent requests for quotation to five Taiwanese parts makers and that orders could follow as soon as the middle of next year, the TAITRA official says. Scania plans to use Taiwanese parts for its commercial vehicles. If the anticipated orders do materialize, it will ...

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