Sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada declined 3.8% in May to 2,938 units from the 3,055 big rigs delivered year-ago. May’s results run counter to the year-to-date trend, with sales running 6.2% ahead of like-2002 January-May. (See related data: Ward's Canada New Truck Sales by Weight Class - May 2003) Heavy-duty Class 8 deliveries inched upward by 19 units to 1,894, a 1.0% increase vs. year-ago’s 1,875. Freightliner Corp. and Mack Trucks Inc. were the segment’s losers, down ...
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