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Paccar Reports Strong Q3 Results, Giving Us Confidence 2023 Will Remain Solid, Despite Some Cooling

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Business Strategy and Outlook

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We believe Paccar will continue to be a top-two truck manufacturer, even with the eventual shift to autonomous and electric vehicles. The company has long been known for its premium truck brands, Kenworth, Peterbilt, and DAF. Paccar’s trucks are some of the strongest performing, most durable, and fuel-efficient on the market. These factors have led to the company’s strong brand reputation among fleet owners and truck drivers.

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Business Description

Paccar is a leading manufacturer of medium- and heavy-duty trucks under the premium brands Kenworth and Peterbilt, which are primarily sold in the NAFTA region and Australia, and DAF trucks, which are sold in Europe and South America. Its trucks are sold through over 2,300 independent dealers globally. Paccar Financial Services provides retail and wholesale financing for customers and dealers, respectively. The company commands approximately 29% of the Class 8 market share in North America and 17% of the heavy-duty market share in Europe.

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777-106th Avenue N.E.
Bellevue, WA, 98004
Industry Farm & Heavy Construction Machinery
Employees 28,500

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FAQs for PACCAR Inc Stock

Yes. PCAR has a forward dividend yield of 0.97%. See PCAR’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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PCAR’s market cap is 35.29 Bil.
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PCAR’s stock style is Mid Core.
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PCAR’s price/sales is 1.32.
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PCAR’s price/forward earnings is 13.39.
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PCAR’s price/book is 2.79.
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PCAR’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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