Hayes Manufacturing Company Limited was a Vancouver-based Canadian manufacturer of heavy trucks famed for their durability and a revolving bunk system. Hayes built both highway and off road trucks , particularly for the logging industry.

The British Columbia company was established in 1920 by Douglas Hayes, a parts dealer, and partner W. Anderson from Quadra Island. A large factory was built on the False Creek flats in Vancouver in 1928. The company eventually had over 600 employees and three plants. Mack Trucks bought the Hayes Truck company in 1969, selling it in turn to Kenworth Paccar in 1975 who closed the Hayes plants.
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