DTNA attributes 2010 Class 8 domination to its BlueTec SCR

Christopher Goodfellow - 26 January 2011

Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) finished 2010 as market leader in Classes 6-8 and Class 8 segments across the US and NAFTA regions.

Martin Daum, President and Chief Executive Officer at DTNA, said: "DTNA benefited from very high customer acceptance of our proven BlueTec emissions technology. We look forward to continued growth, and a productive and rewarding year for DTNA and the industry in 2011."

In 2010 DTNA's share of the Class 6-8 market in the NAFTA region grew by 2% on the previous year, reaching 31.6%. Its share of the Class 8 NAFTA market increased to 32.4%, and Class 8 US market to 33.9%, according to a statement from the company.

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