Renault Trucks is the sole French truck manufacturer. We design, manufacture and distribute worldwide transport solutions meeting freight mobility operators needs. Building on the legacy of more than a century of innovative French truck know-how, Renault Trucks offers commercial vehicle users a large choice of innovative services and vehicles (from 3.1 to 120 T) adapted to a wide range of transport activities: distribution, construction, heavy construction, long distance.
Renault Trucks is part of the Volvo Group, one of the world's leading manufacturers of trucks, coaches, buses, construction machines, and industrial and marine engines. The group also offers complete financing and service solutions. The Volvo Group employs around 95,000 people, has production plants in 19 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2021, Volvo group sales amounted to 34 billion euros (372 billion Swedish crowns). The Volvo Group is a listed company with registered offices in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Stock Exchange.
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