The U.K.’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has allowed a claimant to proceed with a £2 billion collective action against multiple major truck manufacturers in relation to the pan-European price-fixing cartel.

The CAT said that the Road Haulage Association (RHA) can bring a claim on behalf of the U.K. road haulage industry, which numbers around 18,000 claimants, against truck manufacturers DAF, Iveco and MAN, according to a statement by the association.

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