JANESVILLE, WI - GM Isuzu Commercial Truck Corp. (GMICT) predicts its sales will increase nearly 20% in 2005, the company's top executive tells Ward's. Jim Underwood, GMICT president and CEO, expects deliveries to total 63,000 units this year, up from 53,000 in 2004. GM/Isuzu Low Cab Forward truck. “And there's a chance we could go even higher than that,” Underwood says here at an event marking production of the 50,000th Gas Low Cab Forward (LCF) medium-duty truck, which is marketed ...

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