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Scania And MAN Truck & Bus Discontinue Production And Sales In Russia

TNI || New Delhi || 08th March 2022

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Scania and MAN Truck & Bus, both part of the Traton Group, have agreed to halt vehicle manufacture and sales in the Russian territory until further notice.

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The values of freedom, free markets, as well as human rights guide the Traton Group in its efforts to be a responsible corporation.

Compassion for the individual cannot be reconciled with the use of force.As a result, the group has vehemently opposed Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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In light of Russia’s war on Ukraine, the Traton Group, in a statement, said that it is gravely worried and appalled.

The company hopes for a swift end to the conflict and a restoration of diplomacy. Employee safety and honesty are their top priorities in all actions on site.

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The extent to which the business operations in the affected nations are impacted is constantly being examined and addressed.

In light of the present political circumstances, the Traton Group will, of course, adhere to the EU’s current sanctions.

Scania had already decided to halt delivery of its trucks and parts to Russia last week, following an evaluation of the situation.

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MAN Truck & Bus has stopped delivering trucks and parts to Russia and Belarus until further notice because of the current rules.