Volvo Group has completed the sale of a Chinese subsidiary holding shares in Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock
Volvo Group has now completed the previously announced divestment of a Chinese subsidiary holding shares in Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock Co., Ltd (NHL) for approximately SEK 1.0 billion. The divestment resulted in a capital gain of approximately SEK 0.8 billion, which will affect the Volvo Group's operating income, in the segment Construction Equipment, in the second quarter of 2018.
The divestment has a positive impact on the Volvo Group's cash flow and net financial position of approximately SEK 1.0 billion.
Volvo Construction Equipment will continue to sell components for rigid haulers to NHL also after the divestment.
11 May, 2018
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