US: Heavy truck orders set to tumble in Q1 2010

According to the latest release of ACT Research’s North American Commercial Vehicle Outlook, net orders for heavy-duty commercial vehicle markets closed 2009 slightly stronger than expected, but will likely slow dramatically in Q1 2010 before recovering in the second half of the year. ACT predicts heavy-duty (Class 8) vehicle production will It’s time to log … Continued

According to the latest release of ACT Research’s North American Commercial Vehicle Outlook, net orders for heavy-duty commercial vehicle markets closed 2009 slightly stronger than expected, but will likely slow dramatically in Q1 2010 before recovering in the second half of the year.

ACT predicts heavy-duty (Class 8) vehicle production will

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