Big-truck makers continued to stem the bleeding in May, as U.S. sales fell just 15.5% from like-2007, marking an improvement from declines of 18.9% in April and 30% or more during several months last year. All groups but Class 5 posted shortfalls in May. Related document: <i>Ward’s</i> U.S. Truck Sales by Weight Class May 2008 The Class 8 market again showed some positive progress, netting the smallest deficit of all groups at 9.7%. Volvo Truck North America Inc.’s Volvo ...
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