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BC logging company gets first International HX Series truck in Canada


LISLE, Ill. – The first of International Truck’s HX Series truck has been delivered to Canada.

British Columbia’s Lime Creek Logging ordered the truck, the HX620, configured for logging operations, a 120” BBC set-back axle truck or tractor suitable for a variety of applications, including heavy-haul tractor, logging, construction dump and platform stake/crane. It is also designed as a tri-drive truck with a quad logging trailer, and is part of a four-truck deal with International dealer Cookson Motors, a division of IRL Truck Centres.

“When we began developing and designing the HX Series, the customer and driver were at the center of our focus,” said Roman Lewinsky, president, Navistar Canada. “It was our goal to create a vehicle that delivers unparalleled driver satisfaction, a quality truck that is reliable with unprecedented uptime and provides the lowest cost of ownership. Those goals are being realized as we hand over the keys.”

Lime Creek Logging is a family-owned logging company based in Grand Forks, BC, and offer a full service stump and dump operation with 14 trucks and 40 pieces of equipment.


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