ACT Research: NA Classes 5-7 Orders Take A Respite
APR 5, 2019 - 6:30 am
According to ACT Research, preliminary North America Classes 5-7 net order data show that segment of the industry declined in March.
Note that these numbers are preliminary. Complete industry data for March, including final order results, will be available mid-April in ACT’s State of the Industry: NA Classes 5-8 Vehicles report. Preliminary orders are subject to revision (±5%).
“Classes 5-7 orders took their first respite in more than a year, falling to the 20,000-unit mark in March,” said Steve Tam, ACT vice president. “Regardless of the time period comparison, March orders declined, coming in 23% below February and 32% lower than March 2018.”
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