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Danfoss’ footprint point of view at Bauma 2019

Danfoss added new dimensions to footprint at Bauma 2019: technology and design Danfoss Power Solutions showcased the progresses of its expertise as a technology provider and partner in off-highway vehicle design in two booths at the last Bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany. The booths reflected the compan...

Volvo Penta. Electric driveline for fire trucks

Volvo Penta will develop electric driveline for Rosenbauer fire truck Volvo Penta signed its first agreement to design and deliver an electric driveline for an industrial OEM. This strategic partnership follows the announcement that Volvo Penta is providing the propulsion system to Gothenburg’s firs...

ABB zero-emission operations

ABB enables zero-emission electric operation for heavy vehicles ABB e-drivetrain combines a motor, drive and vehicle control unit to enable heavy special and commercial vehicles to transition to fully-electric operation. Manufacturer of underground mining and infrastructure equipment, Epiroc, has al...

Dana completed the acquisition of Drive Systems from Oerlikon

The acquisition of Oerlikon Drive Systems expands Dana’s offering Dana recently confirmed the definitive acquisition of the Drive Systems segment of Oerlikon, which includes the Graziano and Fairfield brands. This acquisition expands the company’s capabilities in electrification and stre...

Dana acquired SME Group

Dana acquired SME Group to enhance its electromobility capabilities and global reach Dana announced that it has completed the acquisition of the SME Group, with headquarters in Arzignano, Italy. The global SME Group designs, engineers, and manufactures low-voltage AC induction and synchronous reluct...

Volvo Studio for Volvo Penta

Volvo Studio: a place to be Volvo Studio is based in Milan and, in the semantics of Volvo Car, it is a symbol of advanced thinking. We do not want to venture into a domain that’s not in line with Diesel International editorial themes, but Volvo Studio showed itself to the usual Christmas press...
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