MILAN (Reuters) – Iveco, the truck unit of industrial vehicle group CNH Industrial (MI:), will invest $4.2 billion worldwide under its plan to 2024, trade unions said in a statement.
Specific figures about investments in Europe are not yet available, unions FIM, UILM, FISMIC, UGLM and AQCFR said in a joint statement after meeting with Iveco Chief Executive Gerrit Marx in Turin.
Last month the Italian-U.S. group said it would split in two and list its truck, bus and engine divisions in an effort to boost asset values and streamline its businesses.
A spokesman for CNH Industrial confirmed the figure provided by the unions for Iveco’s investments.
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