Sterling Trucks’ 250,000th Truck Rolls Off Production Line

Sterling Truck Corporation, a leading manufacturer of Class 3-8 trucks, has reached a significant milestone as its 250,000th truck – a Sterling Set-Back 113-inch BBC A-Line – rolled off the production line.

To mark the occasion, Sterling Trucks presented executives from Con-way Freight with the keys and a plaque during a special ceremony held at Sterling Trucks’ manufacturing plant in St. Thomas, Ontario, on June 10, 2008.

Con-way Freight, one of the nation’s leading less-than-truckload (LTL) freight transportation companies and a subsidiary of Con-way Inc., has been a Sterling Trucks customer for more than 10 years. The company currently owns more than 7,200 Sterling trucks, including the Sterling Acterra, A-Line and L-Line models.

“We wanted to use this special occasion to also say thank you to Con-way for its long-term commitment to Sterling Trucks,” said Richard Saward, vice president of sales for Sterling Trucks. “We continually strive to prove to Con-way that Sterling Trucks is synonymous with designing, building and delivering trucks that are ready to work, all day, every day.”

Source: Sterling Trucks

One thought on “Sterling Trucks’ 250,000th Truck Rolls Off Production Line

  1. that sure is a huge number of trucks made… and something for them to be proud of. My only recommendation would have been to have ‘pimped out’ the truck more, you know, throw some shiny metak/dubs on it and use more attention-getting colors etc. 😀-K.C.

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