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Subdued Class 8 Orders Show Modest Gain
May Truck Orders Remain Constrained by Supply Chain
Class 8 Orders Subdued Due to Backlog, Component Shortages
OEMs Remain Cautious of Booking Class 8 Orders
Supply Chain Uncertainty Leads OEMs to Carefully Control Class 8 Orders
Class 8 Order Market Frozen by Weak Supply Chain
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
Class 8 Orders Remain Tight Due to OEM Production Issues
Trailer Orders Improve in September

Trailer Orders Improve in September

In September, trailer orders improved over 100% month-over-month to between 28,127 and 28,300 units, ACT Research and FTR reported.

October 22, 2021

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
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