SAO PAULO -- AB Volvo may build medium-size trucks, from 9 tons to 16 tons, in Brazil at its factory in Curitiba, Parana, says Peter Karlsten, president of Volvo in Brazil. The company currently has a 28% market in heavy trucks. "This is a very interesting market, which sells nearly 25,000 units per year, but is also very competitive,” Karlsten says. Volvo currently produces medium-size trucks in Europe, expanding its share there after buying Renault SA’s truck division. Karlsten ...
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