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Supply Chain Uncertainty Leads OEMs to Carefully Control Class 8 Orders
Class 8 Order Market Frozen by Weak Supply Chain
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

Class 8 Orders Drop Due to Supply Chain Uncertainly
Class 8 Orders Remain Tight Due to OEM Production Issues
Class 8 Orders Down Despite Strong Demand

Class 8 Orders Down Despite Strong Demand

September’s Class 8 order number is not a true indicator of 2022 truck demand, FTR’s Don Ake said, because OEM are delaying entering order until the health of the supply chain improves.

October 5, 2021

Class 8 Orders Remain Steady in July
June Truck Orders Moderate As Expected

June Truck Orders Moderate As Expected

With 2021 truck order backlogs filled, and 2022 orderbooks not fully opened, orders continue to align with expectations driven by the supply of open build slots.

July 6, 2021

Class 8 Truck Orders Remain Strong in April

Class 8 Truck Orders Remain Strong in April

The supply of new trucks remains restrained due to supply chain delays, therefore carriers continue to order at healthy rates to secure new equipment by year’s end, FTR officials said.

May 5, 2021

Kenworth Unveils Next Generation T680

Kenworth Unveils Next Generation T680

Kenworth launched its new T680 Next Generation on-highway flagship truck during a virtual unveiling Feb. 11, showcasing improved aerodynamics, driver-focused improvements, and technology advances such as a 15-inch digital screen dash display.

February 11, 2021

Navistar's New International HX Severe-Service Truck in Photos
D13 Turbo Compound Engine Standard in all Volvo VNL 740, 760, 860 Models
Mack Adds Apple CarPlay, Updated Seats to Anthem, Pinnacle, Granite Models
October Class 8 Orders Jump Higher

October Class 8 Orders Jump Higher

According to separate ACT Research and FTR reporting, October’s preliminary North American Class 8 orders jumped to 38,900 units and 40,100 units, respectively.

November 3, 2020

ACT Research, FTR: Truck Orders See High

ACT Research, FTR: Truck Orders See High

According to both ACT Research and FTR, preliminary North American Class 8 net orders for August increased, climbing to 19,500 and 20,500 units, respectively.

September 2, 2020

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