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The European Commission  found in 2016 that five major truck manufacturers – MAN, Volvo Renault, Daimler, Iveco and DAF – had broken EU anti-trust laws

Dozens of damages claims by Irish hauliers against Europe’s biggest truck manufacturers over alleged engagement in anti-competitive practices are expe(...)

Claims in Ireland could amount to more than €200 million, depending on how many of the hauliers are still in business. Photograph: Mikael Sjoberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Thousands of Irish truck owners who bought vehicles between 1997 and 2011 may begin compensation action through the Irish courts against manufacturers(...)

CGI of logistics building at Baldonnel Business Park, Dublin 22

A new marketing campaign gets under way today for Ireland’s largest ever speculative development of logistics buildings. Leading UK developer Mountp(...)

European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager speaks during a media conference regarding a truck cartel case at EU headquarters in Brussels

EU regulators fined Scania €880 million on Wednesday for taking part in a truckmakers cartel which has already cost four of its peers a combined €2.9 (...)

 Scania AB factory  in Sodertalje, Sweden: While no finding has been make against Scania, an investigation by the European Commission into  the company is  ongoing and Irish hauliers have taken  proceedings  against the   truck manufacturer. Photographer: Erik Abel/Bloomberg

Dozens of damages claims by Irish hauliers against Europe’s biggest truck manufacturers over alleged anti-competitive practices have come before the H(...)

European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager: Truck makers’ cartel “involves a very large market and continued for a very long time”. Photograph: Francois Lenoir

Irish hauliers could sue the truck makers on which the EU yesterday imposed a record €2.9 billion fine for price fixing. The European Commission yest(...)

DAF: one of six companies to be fined for colluding to fix prices over many years

Brussels will this week unleash record-breaking cartel fines against Europe’s biggest truckmakers, hitting the group with a multibillion-euro penalty (...)

Driving trucks close together is not only safer but also more fuel efficient, according to industry estimates

The modern car is thinking for itself and offering such options as lane-keeping assist, pedestrian protection and systems to prevent rear-end shunts. (...)

Technik Airmotive Ireland facility in Saggart: closed earlier this year with the loss of over 400 jobs

The former Lufthansa Technik Airmotive Ireland facility in Saggart, which closed earlier this year with the loss of over 400 jobs, is on the market f(...)