Handing over the keys to the Sterling truck is Brad Davis to Mike Grima. (Photo by David Chidley)
ST. THOMAS, Ont. — Sterling’s 250,000th truck has rolled off the assembly line at the company’s plant here.
The milestone truck was built for Con-Way Freight. It’s a Set-Back 113-inch BBC A-Line. Executives from Con-Way were invited to a special ceremony at the St. Thomas plant on June 10, where they received the keys to the new truck as well as a special plaque.
Con-Way is a significant customer of Sterling’s, operating more than 7,200 Sterling trucks today.
“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.”
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