Truck cartel faces legal action from Irish hauliers

Irish hauliers expected to lodge up to 60 claims by the end of the month

12th February, 2017

Europe’s largest truck makers are facing a slew of High Court proceedings after Brussels opened the door to legal action by fining them a record €2.93 billion for price fixing.

Irish hauliers are expected to lodge up to 60 claims by the end of the month against a cartel comprising Daimler, DAF, Iveco, MAN and Volvo/Renault. More than a dozen High Court writs have already been served on the companies in the past...

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