FTR reported that preliminary Class 8 orders of 28,100 units in September – down 29% from August and 12% year over year – is due to lack of supply, not industry demand.
Posted Tuesday January 07, 2020 in Environment/fuel
The North American Council for Fuel Efficiency’s 2019 Annual Fleet Fuel Study found that overall fuel efficiency for Class 8 trucks in long-haul applications continues to improve, thanks to a host of new technologies and operational practices
The Class 8 truck market is on the cusp of a significant correction, according to ACT Research.
While signs have been pointing to a slowdown, Class 8 truck production is expected to continue growing for most of 2019, tapering off by the end of the year and into 2020.