Scania says to lift engine sales


STOCKHOLM, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Swedish truck maker Scania , which just escaped a hostile bid by larger rival MAN , said on Tuesday it aimed to raise its sales of engines in the coming years. Scania, which besides trucks and buses makes industrial and marine engines, said in a statement it aimed to sell 10,000 engines by 2010, up from a record 6,500 units last year. The firm said it would reinforce its sales and service network while continuing to co-operate with specialised dealers to boost ...

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