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Still shooting for sales? Eight heavy-duty truck manufacturers reveal plans for H2 2018

– by Wu Ming As of July 30, most major heavy-duty truck OEMs have held their mid-year business conferences. Eight particularly important ones, including FAW Jiefang, Dongfeng, CNHTC, Shaanxi Auto, Foton Daimler, SAIC-IVECO-Hongyan, JAC and Hualing, have also spoken on their strategic redirections for the remainder of 2018. Below, we outline

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Heavy-duty truck sales up 45 percent in August

Based on the latest data released by manufacturers as reported by cvworld.cn, a total of 49,500 heavy-duty trucks were sold in August, surging 45 percent from a year earlier in what is usually a slack sales season. This increase marked the highest monthly growth yet in 2016.   Record monthly

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August heavy-duty truck sales drop 27 percent to 35,000 units

BEIJING – Sales of heavy-duty trucks slid 27 percent to 35,000 units in August, according to the latest statistics provided by truck manufacturers. The country sold 367,700 heavy-duty trucks through to August, down 30 percent on a yearly basis, indicating a gloomy year end.   Dongfeng, China National Heavy-Duty Truck

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Heavy-duty truck sales slip 31 percent in May

BEIJING – Heavy-duty truck sales in China slipped 31 percent yearly and 13 percent monthly to 51,000 units in May, according to the latest report of cvworld.cn. Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle Co., Ltd. and China National Heavy-Duty Truck Group Corp. (CNHTC) sold 11,500 and 10,000 heavy-duty trucks in May, down 24

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April heavy-duty truck sales up 5 percent to 86,000 units

BEIJING – The heavy-duty truck market started to decline in April with a slip rate of 11 percent month-on-month. April sales of heavy-duty trucks were 86,000 units, up 5 percent on a yearly basis. Nevertheless, as China will firmly prohibited sales of State-III emissions standards-compliant vehicles beginning from January 2015,

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China heavy-duty truck sales increase 29 percent in November

BEIJING – China sold 63,000 heavy-duty trucks in November, up 29 percent compared with the 49,000 units sold last year, and up 4 percent on a monthly basis, reported cvworld.cn. Sales of Dongfeng, FAW, CNHTC and Foton all exceeded 10,000 units in the month. These four companies sold 13,400, 11,500,

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China heavy-duty truck market up 25.4 percent with 48,000 units sold in August

BEIJING – Sales of China’s heavy-duty truck market posted 48,000 units in August, up 25.4 percent year-on-year, but down 1.8 percent month-on-month compared with the 48,864 units sold in July, reported cvworld.cn. Dongfeng, FAW, CNHTC, Foton and Shaanxi Auto all witnessed sales increase in August with FAW and Shaanxi

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China H1 heavy-duty truck sales plunge 31.3 percent

  BEIJING – China’s heavy-duty truck sales declined 19.5 percent on a yearly basis to 51,500 units in June, and dropped 8.1 percent month-on-month, according to statistics from cvworld.cn.   Dongfeng stayed in the lead by selling 12,000 units, a slide of 10.1 percent. Shaanxi Auto witnessed 10 percent growth

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