Daimler Truck and Volvo Group are launching a joint venture to develop, produce and commercialise hydrogen fuel cell systems for HGVs and buses. The first two trucks are planned to be on the road by 2024/25, ahead of mass production by the mid-2030s. The deal will see Daimler consolidate its entire hydrogen fuel cell division in the joint venture whilst Volvo Group will acquire 50% of the JV for around €600m (£530m). The partnership is subject to regulatory approval by […]
Social distancing regulations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic look set to have far-reaching implications for European truck manufacturers.
Asda has ordered the largest ever number of HGVs running on renewable fuels in the UK, with 202 Volvo FH LNG tractor units delivered in the run-up to Christmas.
UPS will be the first commercial partner of Daimler-owned Fuso’s electric eCanter truck, which was officially launched in New York today.