DAF Trucks NV

DAF Trucks N.V. is one of the largest truck manufactures in the world. Our core activities on the mainland of Europe are focused on the development, production, marketing and (after)sales of medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicles. Our light trucks are manufactured by Leyland Trucks Ltd. in the UK. DAF Trucks has modern production facilities in Eindhoven (the Netherlands), Westerlo (Belgium) and Ponta Grossa (Brazil) and is supported by more than 8500 employees worldwide.

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