Hyundai Truck America is expected to announce next week that it is closing its commercial truck operations in Jamesburg, NJ, sources familiar with the plans tell Ward’s.(See related story: Hyundai Establishes U.S. Truck Arm) Hyundai only has imported 20 trucks into the U.S. so far and delivered just three to customers. Hyundai’s original plans were to sell both its HMD 230/260 medium-duty Class 6 trucks and HMD 150 light-duty Class 4 trucks when sales were launched here earlier this year. ...

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