Mitsubishi HC Capital America and ACT Research, a provider of commercial vehicle data analysis and forecasting, are partnering on a four-part weekly video series, “A Conversation with ACT Research,” designed for commercial truck dealers, upfitters and end-users. Each of the three to four-minute videos will cover a current topic of interest in transportation and provide alternative perspectives from industry veterans Steve Tam, vice president of ACT Research, and Kirk Mann, senior vice president and general manager of transportation finance at Mitsubishi HC Capital America.
The video collaboration is the result of a long-standing affiliation between the two organizations, as well as a decade-long friendship between the two featured subject matter experts. The first video, which was released this week, provides an economic overview of the commercial truck market, with the following weeks’ topics examining equipment allocation, emerging technology and the total cost of ownership.
“We always work to bring value to our customers and make it as easy as possible to understand and be successful in the commercial truck market,” Mann said. “I’m thrilled to be working with ACT Research to demystify and expand knowledge of the most pressing issues our customers face.”
“With the rapid pace of change in the transportation industry, there is no silver bullet, one-size-fits-all approach in decision-making for truck buyers,” Tam said. “Partnering with Mitsubishi HC Capital America creates a unique opportunity for us to provide business intelligence for the sector that combines our different areas of expertise to help navigate the transportation ecosystem.”
The videos will be released weekly through Dec. 20 and be available to view on Mitsubishi HC Capital America’s video series page.
In addition, Mitsubishi HC Capital America and ACT Research will present a webinar at 11 a.m. EST on Jan. 9 on how ACT Research’s data and analysis can help OEMs and other organizations with their business strategy.
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