• Price (EUR)18.83
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  • Shares traded93.00
  • 1 Year change+9.67%
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About the company

Traton SE is a Germany-based manufacturer of commercial vehicles. The Company operates through a number of brands, which includes MAN, a commercial vehicle manufacturer, which specializes in the production of vans, as well as city buses and intercity and travel coaches; Scania, which provides transport solutions, heavy duty vehicles for long-distance and distribution transport, as well as construction vehicles; Volkswagen Caminhoes E Onibus, which is a provider of light-to heavy-duty trucks and bus for markets, such as Latin America and Africa, and Rio, which is a global brand for digital services in the transport industry that offers an open, vendor-neutral and cloud-based platform for freight transport.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)43.00bn
  • Net income in EUR1.27bn
  • Incorporated2019
  • Employees100.35k
  • Location
    Traton SEDachauer Str. 641MUENCHEN 80995GermanyDEU
  • Phone+49 893609870
  • Websitehttps://traton.com/
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