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Act Research: U.S. Trailer Demand Under Growing Pressure

May net orders, at 6,100 units, brings the year-to-date net order activity to 68,200 units with its faster paced order environment, pent-up demand and moderately congested supply chain, according to this month’s issue of ACT Research’s State of the Industry: U.S. Trailers report. read more

ACT Research: Preliminary Net Trailer Orders Indicate Slowdown Continues

Preliminary net trailer orders dropped nominally from April to May and, at 6,000 units, were lower compared to last May, down 46% year over year, according to ACT Research. Seasonal adjustment at this point in the cycle boosts May’s tally to 7,100 units. read more

ACT Research: Trailer Demand Challenged by Limited Capex and Impending EPA Regulations

March trailer net orders, at 13,600 units, were nearly 25% lower year over year and 7,000 units below February’s intake, according to ACT Research, bringing Q1/24 net orders to 48,300 units, down 29% from Q1/23’s faster paced order environment. read more

ACT Research: March’s Preliminary Net Trailer Order Data Indicates Year of Transition Underway

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, net trailer orders decreased nominally from February to March. At 13,600 units, orders also were lower compared to last March, down 24% year over year. read more

ACT Research: Low Trailer Orders and High Cancellations in January

Weak freight rates continue to reduce carriers’ willingness to invest in equipment, resulting in low trailer orders and high cancellations in January, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Preliminary Net Trailer Orders Higher in December but Lower Y/Y

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, net trailer orders increased nominally from November to December. At 24,300 units, orders were lower compared to last December, down nearly 58% year over year. read more

ACT Research: Trailer Industry Concerns Shift Toward Demand

According to this month’s issue of ACT Research’s State of the Industry: U.S. Trailers report, peak order season opened in September, and although net orders in November continued to show relatively healthy bookings, they were softer than the previous two months. read more

ACT Research: Preliminary Net Trailer Orders Drop 47% Y/Y in November

According to ACT Research, preliminary net trailer orders decreased nominally from October to November. However, at 20,900 units, preliminary orders were down 47% year over year. read more

ACT Research: Net Trailer Orders Post Seasonal Spike in September

September’s preliminary net trailer orders increased sequentially, to 31,300 units, against a very easy August comp, and were notably higher compared to last September, up 19%, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Trailer Industry Easing into Order Season

While clouds on the trailer market horizon still bear watching, the industry is currently in its seasonally weakest time of the year for forward-looking metrics, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Preliminary Net Trailer Orders Remain Seasonally Soft

August’s preliminary net trailer orders increased sequentially to 11,500 but were lower against longer-term comparisons, according to ACT Research. As one of the weakest order months of the year, August’s tally received a seasonal adjustment boost to 14,700 units. read more

ACT Research Reports Increasingly Tough Conditions for Trailer Customers and Dealers in June

Clouds on the horizon for the trailer market bear watching even if the summer is the seasonally weakest time of the year for forward-looking metrics, according to this month’s issue of ACT Research’s State of the Industry: U.S. Trailers report. read more

US Trailer Industry Demand Dynamic is Shifting

According to this month’s issue of ACT Research’s State of the Industry: U.S. Trailers report, ominous clouds are on the horizon that bear watching closely moving forward, with one being a significant uptick in trailer cancellations for a second consecutive month. read more

ACT Research: May Net Trailer Orders Fall 54% Y/Y

According to ACT Research, May’s preliminary net trailer orders decreased sequentially and were lower against longer-term comparisons, with 9,100 units (11,950 seasonally adjusted) projected to have been booked during the month. read more

Despite a Drop in Preliminary Net Trailer Orders, Demand Remains Healthy

According to ACT Research, March’s preliminary net trailer orders decreased sequentially and were lower against longer-term comparisons, with 16,800 units projected to have been booked during the month. Final March results will be available later in April. read more

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