Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles: world-wide boost of 5.7 per cent in deliveries from Jan to May

Posted on 10. Jun, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 195,200 light blurb vehicles to business from Jan to May. This corresponds to an boost of 5.7 per cent. In this period, a T indication operation was a tip seller: a Transporter, Caravelle, Multivan and California achieved a world-wide smoothness boost of 11.2 per cent during over 81,400 units. With a figure of 40,100 units delivered in a singular month of May, code sales were extremely aloft than in a same duration final year (+8.7 per cent).

Bram Schot, Member of a Board of Management of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles obliged for Sales and Marketing, said: “We are really confident with developments in a sales conditions in a month of May. This is also due to glorious work undertaken by a play network in a past few months. A lot of a feedback from a business is positive; a product portfolio is good received.”

In Germany, 49,700 vehicles (+4.4 per cent) were delivered to business during a initial 5 months of a year. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles also increasing sales in a European volume markets of Spain (+27.4 per cent to 5,600 vehicles), Italy (+26.3 per cent to 4,500 vehicles) and France (+20.1 per cent to 8.000 vehicles).

In Eastern Europe a code reported a arise of 8.2 per cent with 13,900 deliveries.

Outside Europe a following regions reported increases: North America (+19.6 per cent to 3,000 vehicles), South America (+4.0 per cent to 15,500 vehicles) and a Middle East (+1.8 per cent to 14,000 vehicles).

Only a singular marketplace of Brazil (-17.9 per cent to 4,300 vehicles) and a African segment (-14.6 per cent to 6,100 vehicles) available decreases in car deliveries due to stability problems in a ubiquitous conditions there.

World-wide code deliveries damaged down by indication ranges:
– 81,400 vehicles from a T indication operation (73,200; +11.2 per cent)
– 64,300 vehicles from a Caddy operation (61,800; +4.0 per cent)
– 30,300 vehicles from a Amarok operation (30,100; +0.9 per cent)
– 19,100 vehicles from a Crafter operation (19,400; -1.8 per cent)

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