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Class 8 Orders Subdued Due to Backlog, Component Shortages
FTR Opens Registration for Transportation Conference
February Trucking Conditions Improve Ahead of Expected Plunge
Does Trailer Order Surge Mean Sold-Out Build Capacity?
OEMs Remain Cautious of Booking Class 8 Orders
Ukraine Invasion Increases Downside Risks to Trucking Conditions
Supply Chain Uncertainty Leads OEMs to Carefully Control Class 8 Orders
FTR: Trucking Conditions Expected to Remain Positive
Class 8 Order Market Frozen by Weak Supply Chain
Steadier Diesel Prices Help Trucking Conditions Rebound
Trailer Orders Soften in December 2021

Trailer Orders Soften in December 2021

The decline in trailer orders is attributed to supply chain disruptions, a labor shortage, and OEMs having to continue to manage backlogs.

January 13, 2022

Class 8 Orders Recover in December 2021

Class 8 Orders Recover in December 2021

After hitting a Class 8 cancellation speed-bump in November, orders rebounded to a level just above the second half of 2021 production trend in December, ACT Research reported.

January 6, 2022

November Trailer Orders Hit Year High
Class 8 Orders Drop Due to Supply Chain Uncertainly
Trailer Orders Still Constrained by Supply Chain Problems
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