TRATON shareholders approve Executive and Supervisory Boards’ actions and resolve on 2023 dividend — more than double last year’s

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TRATON SE Annual General Meeting 2024 in Munich (l-r): Christian Levin (Chief Executive Officer of TRATON SE), Hans Dieter Pötsch (Chairman of the Supervisory Board of TRATON SE) and Dr. Michael Jackstein (Member of the Executive Board of TRATON SE, responsible for Finance and Business Development as well as Human Ressources)

Munich. TRATON SE shareholders have approved all items on the agenda for this year’s Annual General Meeting by a large majority. One of the votes resolved on a dividend payout of €1.50 per share for fiscal year 2023, more than twice as high as last year’s figure of €0.70. In addition, the shareholders approved the actions of the members of the Executive and Supervisory Boards for fiscal year 2023 as well as the submitted remuneration report.

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