Scania CEO in Argentina foresees record exports for 2021

The company has a manufacturing plant in Colombres, in the Argentine province of Tucumán, and its output supplies the firm's worldwide demands.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Scania CEO Andrés Leonard Sunday said in an interview he foresaw a 75% increase in “exports from Tucumán to the world” of bus and lorry gearbox parts.

The company has a manufacturing plant in Colombres, in the Argentine province of Tucumán, and its output supplies the firm's worldwide demands.

“This year is going to be very good for our exports. We are going to increase them 75% compared to last year. In 2021, which mark's the company's 45th year in Argentina, “we are going to have a historical record of . . .

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