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Scania Extends OH Business with Doosan Deal

Scania has signed a MoU for that will lead to it supplying Doosan Infracore with Off Highway engines. This announcement follows that made in January concerning a supply deal with Terex, and propels Scania to a reckonable position if the Asian construction market.With on and of highway emissions legislation set to converge in - we think - 2014, the two segments look likely to grow closer together. And, just for good measure, may we point out that, once again, we've received a press release from Scania that mentions neither MAN or VW,

FAW, GAZ form JV

FAW and GAZ are to form a JV according to Bloomberg. Production will be based at Miass, and products sold in Russia, CIS and further afield.

Navistar's Spiral of Despair: Time for a (Group) Hug

Last week, DTNA issued a somewhat acerbic note in the form of a sponsor's message, which ran in Transport Topics. The content read thus:To the Trucking Industry:We had a decade to prepare for 2010 emissions standards and all but one heavy-duty trucking manufacturer invested the time, money and brainpower to develop the best technology to meet stringent new requirements. All but one manufacturer, Navistar, came to the same solution that would best serve you, our trucking industry customers of North America.

Navistar's Spiral of Despair: Lost in the Mail

According to this release - which, seemingly, coincides with a somewhat selective analysts day at Huntsville - at which the naysayers seem not to be welcome - Navistar has shipped 7000 2010 units so far this year.Where to, we ask?Navistar Delivers More Than 7,000 New 2010 Vehicles

PACCAR Impresses, Cummins Disappoints with Q3 Results

PACCAR has beaten estimates with a reported EPS of 33 cents over consensus 32 cents and revenues of $2.54 billion against an expected $2.43 billion.Cummins posted an adjusted EPS of $1.33 against consensus $1.40 with revenues of $3.4 billion missing expectations of $3.57 billion. 

Monferino Quits Iveco

As reported previously in World Trucks Analysis, Iveco CEO Paolo Monferino has quit, and will take on a new role as head of health services for Piedmont. Bloomberg carries the story here.Given that Iveco is to be spun off as a part of Fiat Industrials in January, this might be regarded as unfortunate timing.