Sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks rose a modest 1.8% in Canada in January, reaching 3,430 units, up from 3,235 in like-2006, Ward’s data shows. Class 8 demand slipped 4.2% due to drops at Volvo Truck North America Inc., where a class-leading 69.8% rise in Mack-brand sales wasn’t enough to offset a 60.0% falloff for the Volvo brand. Overall, Volvo Truck sales fell 25.1% to 313 units. Related document: <i>Ward’s</i> Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class January 2007 ...
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