Scania Group has made a SEK 3.8bn (£334m) provision in relation to the European Commission’s (EC’s) truck cartel investigation, but contests the EC’s view that it was involved in price-fixing. The manufacturer said in a statement: “Scania has fully cooperated with the European Commission during the investigation. However, Scania contests the commission’s view that the company has entered into a pan-European agreement with other manufacturers with regard to pricing. “Also, the company has not delayed the introduction of new engines […]
Trade associations and the UK government have given a qualified welcome to the publication of the EC’s no-deal contingency plan for transport, which appears to address some of the access concerns for international haulage.
The European Commission (EC) has confirmed that a review of the rules on the training and qualifications of professional drivers could lead to “adjustments” to the current Driver CPC requirements.