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ACT Research: Pre-Ship Provides Respite from Freight Downturn

ACT Research released its September installment of the Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume OUTLOOK Report covering the truckload, intermodal, LTL and last mile sectors. read more

Sam Kahan of ACT Research Wins Lawrence R. Klein Award

On October 16, 2019, Sam Kahan of ACT Research will be honored with the Lawrence R. Klein Award, one of the best-known and longest-standing achievements in the field of economic forecasts. read more

ACT: NA Medium and Heavy-Duty Volumes Rebound in August

According to ACT Research, preliminary North America Class 8 net order data show the industry booked 10,900 units in August, up nearly 6% from July, but 79% below last August’s best-ever order month. read more

ACT: Commercial Vehicle Markets Heading for a Market Correction in 2020

ACT Research’s Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest has noted that the heavy truck and trailer markets are heading for corrections in 2020, even as the slow growth U.S. economic outlook remains largely unchanged. read more

ACT Research: Class 8 Market Indicators Diverge

According to the latest ACT Research Transportation Digest, Class 8 market indicators are divergent, with some at all-time highs even as other metrics point to coming weakness. read more

ACT: Class 8 Truck Engine Demand Trending to Smaller Displacements

According to ACT Research and Rhein Associates, engines over 10L are projected to account for more than 85% of the Class 8 production between 2020 and 2024. read more

ACT Research: Used Truck Prices Fall 4% on Flat Sales

According to the latest ACT Research State of the Industry: U.S. Classes 3-8 Used Trucks, the average price of total used Class 8 trucks in July dipped 4% month-over-month but was up 9% year-to-date. read more

ACT: U.S. Trailer Net Orders Hit 1st Sequential Increase in 9 Months

According to this month’s issue of ACT Research’s State of the Industry: U.S. Trailer Report, new U.S. trailer orders of 13.9k were up 22% month-over-month. read more

For-Hire Trucking Index Sees Anomalous Spike in July

The latest ACT Research For-Hire Trucking Index, with July data, showed surprising improvement and trend reversal in every category. read more

ACT Research: U.S. Trailer Production Remains Robust

According to ACT Research, trailer industry net orders continued the year-over-year slide that begin at the end of 2018. However, manufacturers continue to produce trailers at near-record levels. read more

ACT: Key Risk to NA CV Market Forecasts is Trade War with China

According to ACT Research’s latest release of the North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, the key risk to all commercial vehicle market forecasts remains the on-again trade war with China. read more

Preliminary Used Class 8 Volumes Fall for Fourth Consecutive Month

According to the ACT Research’s latest State of the Industry: U.S. Classes 3-8 Used Trucks, preliminary used Class 8 volumes (same dealer sales) fell 2% month-over-month in July. read more

ACT: July 2019 Trailer Preliminary Net Orders 66% Lower Y/Y

ACT Research’s preliminary estimate for July 2019 net trailer orders is 9,900 units. Final volume will be available later this month. read more

ACT: Trade Policy Weighs on Forecasts, Freight Downturn Persists

ACT Research released the August installment of its Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume OUTLOOK report covering the truckload, intermodal, LTL and last mile sectors. read more

ACT: NA Medium and Heavy-Duty Volumes Contract in July

According to ACT Research, preliminary North America Class 8 net order data show the industry booked 10,200 units in July, down 21% from June and the lowest monthly order tally since February 2010. read more

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