Canadian deliveries of medium- and heavy-duty trucks trailed year-ago by 33.7% in June, with 3,358 units sold vs. 4,879 in like-2006. Related document: Ward’s Canada Truck Sales by Weight Class – June 2007 Class 8 suffered the largest slump, down 41.8% to 2,108 units from prior-year’s 3,490. All truck makers posted declines in the group, with Volvo Trucks North America Inc. deliveries taking the most severe tumble at 57.3%. Both Volvo and Mack brands suffered falloffs, at 57.9% and ...

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