MADRID – Spanish sales of commercial vehicles weighing 3.5 t or larger fell 58.6% last year from 2008. “When and how are we going to leave the current crisis? Very probably some of us will not be able to save 2010,” says Enrique Ortiz, president of CETM-Tanks, the Spanish Association of Tanks Haulers, which represents 120 companies, 6,000 commercial vehicles and 9,000 workers. Registrations of 6-t and larger trucks (U.S. Class 4 and above) plunged 62.1% to 11,249 units, according to ...

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