Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 113,100 vehicles in a initial entertain of a year

Posted on 14. Apr, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

In a initial 3 months of a year Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 113,100 vehicles to business worldwide – expansion of 4.3 per cent. With 46,100 vehicles, a brand’s deliveries in Mar also exceeded a prior year’s turn (+0.8 per cent).

On a German domestic marketplace a code delivered with 28,000 units 3.7 per cent some-more vehicles in a initial entertain than in a same duration final year (27,100 vehicles). Growth was quite high in a European core markets Italy (+40.2 per cent to 2,900 vehicles), Spain (+27.7 per cent to 3,100 vehicles) and France (+17.6 per cent to 4,600 vehicles).

Deliveries to Eastern Europe (+2.6 per cent to 8,000 vehicles) and South America (+4.1 per cent to 9,600 vehicles) also grown definitely in a initial 3 months of a year.

Markets in Africa (-29.7 per cent to 3,000 vehicles), Asia-Pacific (-9.1 per cent to 5,000 vehicles) and a Middle East (-0.5 per cent to 7,900 vehicles) available a tumble in sales.

Bram Schot, Member of a Board of Management of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles obliged for Sales and Marketing: “The renovation of a indication operation with Caddy and T-series in 2015 is holding effect. It will be continued this year and subsequent year with a Amarok and Crafter.” Above all deliveries in Western Europe have seen a appreciative development. He says: “The markets in Southern and Western Europe are also recuperating again.” He is awaiting “continued certain growth of a code for a whole of 2016”. However, Schot goes on to contend that a conditions in a regions but such clever inhabitant economies stays challenging.

An overview of deliveries of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles by models:
– 46,800 vehicles of a T-model array (43,500; +7.6 per cent)
– 36,700 vehicles of a Caddy indication array (35,000; +4.9 per cent)
– 18,800 vehicles of a Amarok indication array (18,500; +1.7 per cent)
– 10,900 vehicles of a Crafter indication array (11,600; -5.9 per cent)

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