SWEDEN: Scania announces big Russian deal; expects strong future growth
Scania has sold 100 trucks to Russia's third-largest gas and oil company, Surgutneftegas. This puts Scania's vehicle sales in Russia for the first six months of this year on a par with the figure for the whole of last year. All the trucks in the latest order feature all-wheel drive. The contract is for 50 three-axle tractors and 50 three-axle tippers. The deal with Surgutneftegas also encompasses spare parts, and the contract is valued at about 9 million euros.
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