January truck orders better than expected

March 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Mar2008, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p21
Trade Publication
The article focuses on net new orders of Class 8 trucks in the U.S. for January 2008. According to a report released by A.C.T. Research, orders were 22,100, which is above Bear Stearns' forecast of 19,000-21,000. It is also stated in the report that January marked the fourth consecutive month of 20,000 Class 8 orders.


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