The European Commission has found that European truck makers MAN, Volvo/Renault, Daimler, Iveco, Scania, and DAF have breached EU antitrust rules (Case No. AT.39284).
The mentioned producers colluded for 14 years on truck pricing and on passing on the costs of compliance with stricter emission rules.
In response to these antitrust violations, the European Commission has imposed a record fine amounting to 2,926 billion euros and then again 880 million euros (for Scania alone).
In light of the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union on February 1, 2024, the final burden (Scania’s appeal) has been eliminated, providing a unique opportunity for investors to participate in this major legal case.
As a key player in the field, TruckRefunds.com is well-positioned to navigate the complexities of the legal landscape surrounding the truck cartel. With a proven track record of advocating for the rights of truck owners, we are committed to securing just and substantial compensations for those impacted by the anticompetitive practices of the aforementioned truck manufacturers.
Our professional team at TruckRefunds.com possesses the expertise and experience necessary to guide potential investors through the litigation process at German courts, ensuring transparency and efficiency. By aligning our strategies with the legal implications of the European Commission’s findings and the specifics of the German legal structure, we aim to provide truck owners with the opportunity to obtain redress and fair compensation for the damages incurred, while providing an excellent investment opportunity for potential investors.
A significant number of injured carriers prefer to sell their claim at a discounted price rather than waiting for the end of the legal proceedings. This practice provides investors with the opportunity to realise very attractive returns while assuming moderate risk.
The capital investment required over a two-year period is 20-25 million euros.
This is an ongoing practice that we want to expand, not a concept.
For more details, reach out to Gabor Balatoni (CEO) at email@example.com.