U.S. big-truck sales jumped 16.5% in May, reaching 46,595 from like-2018’s 39,991. Class 8 trucks posted an increase by every brand in the class. Heavy-duty trucks climbed 27.3% to 24,424 units. Freightliner led the way, recording a 40.8% increase. Strong performances by Mack (+12.9%) and Volvo (+7.3%) allowed Volvo Truck to inch up 9.5% to 4,536 deliveries from like-2018’s 4,143. International remained strong, soaring 30.3% after posting a 20.2% increase in April. Kenworth ...

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