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Truck Orders

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.

What Does Inflation Mean For Trucking?

Driver costs, equipment costs, insurance costs, travel and food costs may have longer-term legs of reducing the purchasing power of your budget, says HDT's Contributing Economic Analyst Jeff Kauffman.

Class 8 Truck Orders Backlogged Until 2022

As OEMs race to keep up with new truck demand and full order books, it’s possible the trucking industry could again log record order volumes when the OEMs open orders for 2022.

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.

Truck Orders Slide In January

North American Class 8 order numbers in January were between 42,200-42,800 units, down between 17% and 18% from December.

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