Total Canadian medium- and heavy-duty truck sales fell 33.1% in October to 3,481 units from year-ago’s 4,995, Ward’s data shows. A 43.9% decline in Class 8 deliveries was the primary culprit, as all truck makers in the group posted losses for the month. Related document: Freightliner LLC’s Sterling brand saw the smallest drop, down 11.2%, while the Freightliner brand plunged 61.6%, compared with ...

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