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ACT Research: Freight Markets Less Impacted by COVID-19 than General Economy

Freight markets continue to be less impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic than the economy at large and a vaccine is seen as the key to unlocking a more broad-based recovery, according to the most recent Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest by ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Economic Path Forward Will Be ‘Choppy’

According to its latest Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest report, ACT Research expects “a choppy economic path forward.” read more

ACT: U.S. Economy Improves in April, CV Industry Looking Toward Recovery

ACT Research data showed improvements in the state of the economy with reopenings since late April representing the first steps toward economic recovery. read more

ACT: Economic Growth in Post-COVID-19 Forecast

ACT Research predicted that the economy will transition from contraction to growth over the course of Q3/20 and Q4/20. read more

ACT: COVID-19’s Impact on N.A. Commercial Vehicle Market

The North American commercial vehicle market addressed the pandemic with shutdown announcements, but also prepared readers for the restarting phase to come. read more

ACT: COVID-19 is Changing CV Market Forecasting Assumptions

ACT Research reported that starting in the second half of February, COVID-19 went from a China containment story to one of a spiraling pandemic. read more

ACT Reports Regulations Impacting U.S. Commercial Vehicle Market

ACT Research reported that the new low NOx Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking will impact the U.S. commercial vehicle market, citing past regulatory examples. read more

ACT Research: Commercial Vehicle Markets Continue to Deteriorate

Expectations for the Class 8 and trailer markets anticipate an accelerating pullback in build rates, as freight market conditions remain at a low ebb, according to the latest forecasts from ACT Research. 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: Heavy Truck Industries Due for Market Correction in 2020

In the most recent Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest, ACT Research noted that the heavy truck and trailer industries are heading for a market correction in 2020. read more

ACT Research: Economy Strong, but Moderating

ACT Research released its latest Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest, which noted that the economic picture remains largely unchanged, with growth moderating in 2019 from strong 2018 growth. read more

ACT: Economy Strong, But Trade Uncertainty a Moderating Force

ACT Research’s latest Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest release noted that the overall economic picture remains largely unchanged, with growth moderating in 2019 from last year’s vigorous pace. read more

Strong Economy, Moderate Growth Sends Mixed Signals to CV Industry

In the latest ACT Research Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest, ACT noted that the overall economic picture remains largely unchanged, with growth moderating in 2019 from last year’s vigorous pace. read more

Current Class 8 Orders See Big Backlogs

In the release of its Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest, ACT Research noted that recently softer Class 8 orders are attributed to backlogs that are still out about 10 months. read more

ACT: Supply & Demand-Side Triggers Impacting Heavy CV Markets

ACT Research’s Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest queries whether the current record-setting Class 8 cycle will close differently than previous peak periods. read more

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