The market for medium- and heavy-duty trucks in Canada continues to take a battering, but July sales results marked a slight improvement over June. July big-truck deliveries of 1,754 units finished 46.7% below like-2008, bettering the previous month’s 48% decline from year-ago. Related document: Ward’s Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class – July 2009 Class 8 deliveries dropped 49.4% to 962 units, as all manufacturers lost at least 35% of their year-ago volume. Daimler AG’s Western Star ...

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