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Sterling hits the quarter million mark

ST. THOMAS, Ont. -- Sterling's 250,000th truck has rolled off the assembly line at the company's plant here.


Handing over the keys to the Sterling truck is Brad Davis to Mike Grima. (Photo by David Chidley)
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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