Canadian-market big-truck sales posted gains in January, as medium- and heavy-duty deliveries grew 7.7% to 1,790 units over prior-year’s 1,662 on a daily selling-rate basis. Class 8 sales fueled the gain, rising 8.7% to 1,131 units from 1,040 in like-2010, according to Ward’s data. Related document: Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class – January 2011 Daimler led all gainers in the segment, selling 401 units of its Sterling, Freightliner and Western Star trucks, an increase of 14.6% over ...
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