Volvo truck deliveries fell 6 pct in January


STOCKHOLM, Feb 28 (Reuters) - The world's number two truck maker, Sweden's Volvo , on Wednesday reported a 6 percent year-on-year drop in truck deliveries in January. Volvo said in a statement that deliveries of its Mack brand were down 47 percent, while deliveries from Renault Trucks fell 22 percent. Deliveries from Volvo-labelled Trucks rose 30 percent compared with the year-earlier period.

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