North American manufacturers will draw more trucks from their assembly plants in March than originally planned, although production will be below year-ago levels for the first time since December. See related data: March Production Estimate See related data:Production Estimate Ward’s estimates North American output will finish at 1.42 million units, or about 102.0% of the what was scheduled for the period when March began. The total is 5.4% below year-ago’s tally but follows two ...

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