Medium- and heavy-duty truck sales in Canada grew in May, as combined deliveries rose 20.9% compared to year-ago, 3,964 units vs. 3,280. Sales of Class 8 vehicles rose 17.8% in May to 2,989 trucks. All truck companies posted gains, sans AB Volvo, where sales dropped 52.4%. PACCAR Inc. and International Truck & Engine Corp. (Navistar) had the largest percentage gains in May, climbing 62.1% (574 vs. 354) and 38.4% (670 vs. 484), respectively. Medium-duty truck sales were up 31.4% to ...
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