STOCKHOLM, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Scania , Europe's third-biggest truck maker, said on Monday it had sold 533 trucks to the Dutch army, its biggest military order outside Sweden, for an undisclosed sum. The Swedish group said it won the contract to supply the four-axle, specially modified eight-wheeled trucks, through its wholly owned Dutch unit Beers Bedrijfsauto b.v., against what is said was fierce competition from Europe's leading truck makers. Delivery of the vehicles will start in 2004 ...
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