DaimlerChrysler AG reportedly is planning to reorganize its heavy-truck division by increasing the amount of parts sharing between its Asian, European and U.S. business units. DC truck brands include Freightliner (U.S.), Mercedes-Benz (Germany) and Mitsubishi Fuso and Hyundai (Asia). A company official is quoted as saying Freightliner and Mercedes could share drivetrains, axles and chassis to save on costs in German press reports. The plan reportedly will be announced in July, with DC ...
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