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Global Commercial Vehicle Market to Grow 4.97% by 2022

According to a report from ResearchAndMarkets, the global commercial vehicle market will grow at a CAGR of 4.97% from 2018 to 2022. read more

J.D. Power: Commercial Truck Market Sees Positive Start in 2018

According to a report from J.D. Power Valuation Services, the Class 8 market has looked positive in early 2018. read more

Commercial Vehicle Industry Increasingly Adopting Advanced Technologies

According to a report, fleet managers are adopting advanced truck technologies as the trucking industry is facing a shortage of skilled drivers and is apprehensive about the economic outlook. read more

The Cyclical Expansion Continues: Commercial Truck Industry Will Fare Well in 2018

The trucking industry continued its slow growth pattern in 2017. Steve Latin-Kasper of the National Truck Equipment Association discusses factors like the labor shortages and infrastructure delays that have hindered growth. He provides a slightly rosier outlook for 2018.... read more

Commercial Truck Market Shifting Toward Truck-As-A-Service Model

According to research from Frost & Sullivan, there will be a shift in the global truck market from truck-as-a-product to truck-as-a-service business models to create sustainable revenue streams. read more

ACT: Class 8 Demand Realignment Ahead, MD Continues Positive Trend

According to ACT Research, North America Class 8 retail sales firmed into the end of 2016 in seasonal fashion, rising to a six-month high of 21,281 units sold, and bringing the full-year sales total to 249,952 units. read more

U.S. Commercial Truck Sales: Slow Growth Expected in 2017

Steve Latin-Kasper of the National Truck Equipment Association provides an overview of the U.S. commercial truck market. Although the effects of other markets, low interest rates and the slow growth of the U.S. economy have affected the market, Latin-Kasper expects the slow growth to continue at a rate under 10% in 2017.... read more

Higher Fuel Prices, Weak Demand Lead to Rise in Truck Company Failures

According to a Wall Street Journal report, citing information from Avondale Partners, 120 trucking companies with an average fleet size of 17 tractor-trailer units ceased operations in Q2/16. read more

February Commercial Truck Auction Volume Bounces Back

According to commercial truck analysts at NADA Used Guide, a division of J.D. Power and Associates, commercial truck auction volume returned to typical activity levels in February, while pricing remained stable. read more

A Positive Perfect Storm…U.S. Commercial Truck Industry Expectations Remain High

NTEA Market Data and Research Director Steve Latin-Kasper says that despite a growth rate decline from 2012 to 2013, and the resulting caution in the first half of the year, 2015 is shaping up to be a positive perfect storm for the U.S. commercial truck and truck equipment industry.... read more

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