Intrall (International Truck Alliance)
Predecessor Daewoo Motor Poland
Founded 2003
Defunct 2007
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Number of locations Poland
Industry trucks

Intrall, or International Truck Alliance, is a Russo-British automotive company with headquarters in London, England, and manufacturing in Poland. At the end of 2003 the company acquired from Intrall Treasury factory of Daewoo Motor Poland in Lublin, then operated from January 2004 to 2007 years, as Intrall Poland. Under the new production in 2005, FSC Lublin and Honker models were produced under the Intrall brand. In 2006 the company acquired the rights to produce trucks models from the Czech Praga brand. A brand-new commercial van/truck was developed called the Intrall Lubo.

Production was suspended in 2007 as tougher engine emission requirements were implemented, plus the Polish government (a major customer) required all Polish-military providers to be at least 50% owned by Polish interests. In 2007, Intrall was declared bankrupt in London court.[1]


See alsoEdit


  • Polish wikipedia
  • Intrall. [w:] Samochody Świata 2007. Wyd. Media Connection, Warszawa, s. 220.

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