Industry News Commercial Tires

Commercial Truck Production Remains 'Constrained'

Order Reprints
Truck-confluence.jpg

Class 8 truck builds recently fell 8% below industry projections, according to ACT officials.

Supply chain constraints are hurting the North American trucking industry's ability to align vehicle production levels with demand, according to ACT Research.

"As a result, backlogs remain long and order volumes remain constrained. Until build rates" for commercial trucks "find additional traction, orders will largely mirror production levels."

Class 8 truck builds recently fell 8% below industry projections, according to ACT officials.

"Order activity deteriorated in April - down from its heretofore generally sideways movement."

ACT Research points to the Russia-Ukraine war and inflation as other factors that are impacting North American truck production.

You must login or register in order to post a comment.