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ACT: Freight Volume Index Improves for Third Time in Last Four Months

According to ACT Research, the recent positive shift since May suggests that even if conditions are not exactly improving, they are at least not getting worse. read more

ACT: August Net Trailer Orders Rebound M/M, Remain Below 2015 Levels

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, there were 15,300 U.S. net trailer orders in August, up 50% month-over-month but down 38% year-over-year. read more

ACT Research: China Commercial Vehicle Demand Makes Rapid Recovery

ACT Research reported the leveling-out of China’s economy and lower base year comparisons allowed a rapid year-over-year recovery in every commercial vehicle segment during Q2/16. read more

August Class 8 Orders Rebound; Medium Duty Orders Up 10% M/M

In August, new Class 8 vehicle orders rebounded to 14,200, up 37% from July. For Classes 5-7, 16,900 new vehicle orders were booked, a 10% month-over-month increase. read more

ACT Research: July Used Class 8 Truck Volumes Down M/M, Y/Y and YTD

Used Class 8 truck same dealer sales volumes fell in July, posting an 8% month-over-month drop, following a double-digit month-over-month increase in June, according to the latest data from ACT Research. read more

ACT: U.S. Trailer Orders in July Down Double Digits M/M, Y/Y and YTD

Trailer net orders fell 25% month-over-month and contracted a staggering 50% year-over-year, according to the most recent State of the Industry: U.S. Trailers published by ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: July Commercial Trailer Orders Plummet 25% M/M

According to preliminary estimates from ACT Research, there were 9,950 U.S. net trailer orders in July, down 25% sequentially. read more

ACT Research: Class 8 Supply Rose Faster than Demand in July

The supply of Class 8 trucks rose faster than demand for the fifth time this year, according to the most recent ACT For-Hire Trucking Index from ACT Research. read more

ACT Research Releases Details on Commercial Vehicle Seminar

ACT Research will hold its 55th commercial vehicle seminar September 28 to September 30 in Columbus, IN. read more

ACT: July CV Medium Duty Demand On Trend; Class 8 Continues to Soften

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, for the month of July, 25,000 new Classes 5-8 vehicle orders were booked. Of those, Class 8 garnered 10,500 orders and for Classes 5-7, 14,500 orders were placed. read more

ACT: June Used Class 8 Truck Volumes Up M/M, Down Y/Y and YTD

Used Class 8 truck same dealer sales volumes swung upward in June, posting a double-digit month-over-month increase, following a sharp decline in May, according to the latest report from ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: U.S. Trailer Orders in June Down M/M and Y/Y

Trailer net orders fell 7% month over month, and contracted a staggering 52% year-over-year, according to the most recent report published by ACT Research. read more

June Trailer Orders Nearly Half of June 2015 Volumes

ACT Research’s preliminary estimate for U.S. net trailer orders in June is 13,450 units, an 8% drop on a sequential volume basis and nearly half of the volume from June of 2015. read more

ACT: Retail Sales of NG-Fueled HD Trucks Up M/M, Down Y/Y

U.S. and Canadian natural gas Class 8 truck retail sales improved in May after getting off to a slow start earlier in the year, according to a recent report from ACT Research. read more

Class 8 Demand Rises Faster than Supply for Second Consecutive Month

According to the most recent ACT For-Hire Trucking Index from Act Research, for the second time this year and only the fourth time in 19 months the demand for Class 8 trucks rose faster than the supply. read more

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