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ATZheavyduty worldwide describes and dissects the latest developments in construction and agricultural machinery, heavy road vehicles and industrial trucks and provides information on the innovations of industry suppliers. Read about classical and electrified powertrains and simulation and testing, exhaust aftertreatment or mobile automation and measurement and testing technology.

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