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Preliminary Data Shows Net Trailer Orders Increased 20% M/M, Fell 19% Y/Y in June

According to preliminary reports from ACT Research, original equipment manufacturers posted 11,100 net trailer orders in June, which was 20% greater than orders from May but 19% below orders from June 2020. read more

ACT Research: Net U.S. Trailer Orders Decline M/M, Increase Y/Y in May

May net U.S. trailer orders of 8,676 units fell nearly 40% from April but were more than 165% higher compared with May 2020, according to ACT Research. Before accounting for cancellations, new orders of 11,700 units were down 38% versus April. read more

ACT Research: Preliminary Net Trailer Orders in May Fall 39% M/M

According to preliminary reports from ACT Research, trailer original equipment manufacturers posted 8,800 net orders in May, which was off 39% versus April but almost 170% better than the COVID-19-impacted level last May. read more

ACT Research: Final Trailer Orders for April Experience 52% M/M Decline

According to ACT Research, April net U.S. trailer orders of 14,387 units fell nearly 52% from the previous month and rose more than 3,600% compared with severely COVID-19-impacted April 2020. These final orders were consistent with preliminary reports from ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Production Constraints Challenge U.S. Trailer Production

According to this quarter’s issue of ACT Research’s Trailer Components Report, trailer orders were preliminarily and meaningfully lower in April than previous months.  read more

ACT Research: April Net Trailer Orders 52% Lower than March, YTD Volume Up 164%

Preliminary reports from trailer OEMs indicate that 14,400 new trailer orders were booked in April, which was 52% lower than March but a staggering 3,600% above the COVID-19-impacted volume for the same month last year, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT: March U.S. Trailer Orders Gain M/M, Experience Triple-Digit Growth Y/Y

March net U.S. trailer orders of 29,910 units grew more than 13% from the previous month and rose more than 252% compared with March of 2020, according to this month’s issue of ACT Research’s State of the Industry: U.S. Trailer Report. read more

ACT Research: March Preliminary Net Trailer Orders Up 12% M/M

Preliminary reports from trailer OEMs indicate that 29,500 new trailer orders were booked in March, according to ACT Research. That was 12% better than February and more than triple the volume seen last year. read more

ACT Research: U.S. Trailer Orders Dip Sequentially in February, Remain Strong Y/Y

According to ACT Research, net U.S. trailer orders reached 26,414 units in February, marking a 16% decrease from January but an almost 88% increase compared with February 2020. read more

ACT Research: Industry Backlog Grows as February Trailer Orders Remain Solid

Preliminary reports from ACT Research indicate that February's net order volume of 24,200 trailers was up 82% from the same month last year. However, this was down 21% from January 2021 bookings. read more

U.S. Trailer OEMs Challenged to Increase Production Despite Component Constraints

According to this quarter’s issue of ACT Research’s Trailer Components Report, trailer net orders have pushed the industry backlog higher for the past seven months, with January’s order level 66% above current build rates. read more

ACT: U.S. Trailer Net Orders Open 2021 Significantly Stronger vs. 2020

According to ACT Research, January net U.S. trailer orders of 30,680 units fell more than 30% from the previous month but rose 105% compared with January of 2020. read more

ACT Research: January Trailer Orders Up 94% Y/Y, Down 33% M/M

According to ACT Research, preliminary reports indicate that January net order volume of 29,100 trailers was up 94% from the same month in 2020 but down 33% from December 2020 bookings. read more

ACT Research: December Net Trailer Orders Up 11% M/M, 150% Y/Y

ACT Research reported that there were 43,806 net U.S. trailer orders in December, which was an 11% increase from the previous month and a 150% increase compared with December 2019. read more

ACT: Preliminary Data Shows 140% Y/Y Increase in Net Trailer Orders in December

Preliminary information for December indicates that the U.S. trailer industry booked 42,500 net orders for the month, which was 7% better than November and 140% above year-ago levels, according to ACT Research. read more

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