Iveco delivers first batch of vehicles to Switzerland
Iveco Defence Vehicles has announced that it has delivered the first batch of heavy trucks to Switzerland as part of a €125 million contract signed in 2010. The company made the announcement in a 13 December 2011 statement.
Under the contract Iveco is to deliver 910 Iveco heavy trucks over the next four years, as well as providing support, project management and engineering services.
The order comprises 14 model variants, including 4x2, 4x4, 6x2, 6x6, 8x6 and 8x8 vehicles from the Stralis and Trakker heavy truck ranges. All vehicles will be fully EEV emission compliant, featuring ecological and economical FPT Industrial Cursor engines, fitted with automated EuroTronic transmissions and Automatic Drivetrain Management (ADM).
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