Sales of Class 4-8 trucks climbed 20.9% in Canada during March, hitting 3,348 units. Heavy-duty truck (Class 8) deliveries rose 24.4% to 2,785, with most producers registering double-digit gains. Among the big winners so far is Freightliner Corp., which with its Sterling brand now controls 36.1% of Canada's Class 8 market, up from 25.8% year-ago. Sales of Class 4-7 trucks rose 6.0% on a volume of 563 units. Through the first quarter, combined medium- and heavy-duty truck sales total ...
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