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Volvo gets order to sell 1,500 trucks in Hungary

Automotive

Volvo said it received an order to sell 1,500 trucks to privately owned Hungarian logistics firm Waberer's Optimum Solution.

“This is a long-term commitment of Waberer's Optimum Solution and Volvo Truck Corporation where the previous frame agreement signed in 2006 concerning 1,000 trucks will be concluded in 2008,” Volvo said in a statement.

The new agreement calls for the world number two truck maker to deliver the trucks before 2011. (Reuters)

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