DETROIT – Commercial truck sales have been in a serious slump for more than a year and a half, but revenues from powertrain and chassis components for heavy-duty and some medium-duty trucks will expand by more than $3.5 billion during the next five years, says a recently released study by consultants Frost & Sullivan. Driven by stronger demand for engine, turbocharging and transmission technologies, the powertrain and chassis components market for Class 6-8 trucks will total $10.16 ...
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