On 19 November 2021, the CAT published a ruling on disclosure in the case of Ryder Limited and another v MAN SE and others, one of several actions being brought against truck manufacturers following the European Commission’s trucks cartel decision. Ryder sought disclosure of an unredacted extract from Iveco’s Statcom system (used to calculate the expected net profitability of each truck sold and to update its finance and accounting system). A redacted version of the extract had previously been disclosed pursuant to a CAT disclosure order. Ryder has now argued that disclosure of nine columns of information (relating to the period 1995 to 2004) is necessary to enable their expert to calculate the alleged overcharge. The CAT concluded that it was necessary and proportionate for seven columns to be disclosed, noting that removing redactions did not involve significant additional costs.