Edwin Coe, the UK’s leading collective action litigation firm, is leading a group action on behalf of claimants seeking damages from truck manufacturers who entered into a fraudulent price fixing cartel.

Since the recent finding against Scania, there are now six manufacturers which have been found by the European Commission to have participated in a price fixing cartel fraud against purchasers of their trucks from 1997 until 2011. These six manufacturers, MAN, Volvo/Renault, Daimler, Iveco, DAF and Scania, account for around 9 out of every 10 medium and heavy trucks produced in Europe.

The manufacturers now face claims of €100 billion across the EU.

Zahira Hussain, Edwin Coe solicitor said “Companies that bought, leased or outsourced trucks weighing six tonnes or more between 1997 and 2011 will have a claim. Through Edwin Coe, these businesses can pursue that claim without cost or risk.”

In our video David Greene, Head of Litigation & Dispute Resolution explains who might have a claim and how it might be pursued.

For more information and to view our video, please see our dedicated site http://trucksclaims.co.uk

Anyone who has been affected by the truck cartel and would like to register their interest should contact Zahira Hussain (t: 020 7691 4000 e: zahira.hussain@edwincoe.com)

About Edwin Coe

Edwin Coe is a London-based full service law firm with international reach. Since 1913, we have offered a comprehensive range of integrated legal services to meet the needs of individuals, organisations and businesses based throughout the UK and internationally. Our industry-leading experts provide our clients with highly personal and responsive advice, balancing profit and purpose, to help achieve their personal and business goals.

With 39 Partners, we are ranked 115 in the current edition of The Lawyer’s ‘UK 200’ law firms and are recommended in all the major legal directories. We are proud to be B Corp™ certified, part of a global community of businesses working to redefine success in business, and create a more inclusive and sustainable economy.

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