Sterling St. Thomas Plant Rolls Off 100,000th Truck

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ST. THOMAS, Ont. – Sterling Truck Corporation on Oct. 8 celebrated the production of its 100,000th truck at its St. Thomas, Ont. assembly plant.

The plant, which produces Sterling heavy and medium-duty trucks for distribution in the North American and export markets, marked the event with a special ceremony attended by plant employees, local politicians, customers, suppliers and dealers.

“Sterling Trucks is very proud to celebrate this important milestone and our success at the St. Thomas plant,” said John Merrifield, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Sterling Truck Corporation.

“We are extremely proud of these accomplishments and plan to continue to grow the company and the brand.”

Originally constructed in 1991 to build Freightliner-brand trucks, the plant has been building Sterling brand trucks since February 1998.

There are 1,200 employees at the plant, who produce Sterling’s A-Line, L-Line and Acterra models

Sterling Truck Corporation is a member of the Freightliner LLC Group.

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