Kenny Vieth Related Content

ACT: Freight Rate Improvements Power Spike in June Class 8 Net Orders

According to ACT Research, preliminary North American Class 8 net orders in June were 16,000 units, rising 139% from May and 23% compared with June 2019. read more

ACT: May Used Truck Sales Volume Down 12% M/M, Price and Miles Up

ACT Research reported used Class 8 same dealer sales volumes dropped 12% month-over-month in May, while price and miles rose 2% and 1%, respectively. 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: COVID-19 Impact Continues, Data Showing Improvement

COVID-19 continues to depress economies, with June marking the fourth month of the most severe business cycle downturn since the Great Depression, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT: May Commercial Vehicle Data Shows Pandemic’s Mark

According to an ACT Research report, the economy continues to reopen after falling sharply the past few months. Kenny Vieth, president and senior analyst at ACT Research, noted that “the economic recovery currently underway is thin and heavily subsidized.” read more

ACT: May Data Show Depth of Supply Chain Disruption in CV Industry

ACT Research preliminary May NA Class 8 net orders were up 56% from April but down 38% year over year, while NA Classes 5-7 market orders improved 5.3% month-over-month, despite being down 57% from the year-ago. read more

ACT Forecast: CV Production to Fall 66%, Engine Demand Muted in Tandem

Truck and tractor production volumes are forecast to fall precipitously in 2020, and with them the demand for engines, according to ACT Research and Rhein Associates. 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 Impact Severity Peaks, Potential for Recovery Emerging

North American and global economies are experiencing the most severe COVID-19 impacts but second half recovery potential is emerging, according to the ACT Research Transportation Digest. read more

ACT Forecasts COVID-19 Impact on Global Economies, CV Demand Through 2021

ACT Research predicts commercial vehicle demand will transition in 2021 from COVID-19’s negative impacts into a meaningfully better situation in 2022. read more

ACT: COVID-19 Grip Remains Tight on Global Economies and CV Demand

The continued spread of COVID-19 over the past month has resulted in freefalling GDP assumptions, and by extension freight volumes, carrier profits and expectations for commercial vehicle demand, according to ACT Research. 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

Evidence of COVID-19 Apparent in March Commercial Vehicle Orders

Preliminary NA Class 8 net orders in March were down 45% from February and 51% lower year over year. March’s Classes 5-7 net orders were down 36% from February and 31% from year-ago levels. read more

ACT Research Indicates COVID-19 Impacting CV Markets

ACT Research’s Transportation Digest reported that key truck transportation metrics of January and February data may show a global supply chain disruption that took place initially in China. read more

COVID-19 Has Little Impact on February CV Data, Future Impact Expected

Class 8 inventory-to-sales ratio, seasonally adjusted, hit 3.5 months in February, while the Classes 5-7 inventory-to-sales ratio dropped from a “highest in a decade” in January to 3.0 months in February, according to ACT Research. read more

View Latest Digital Edition

Terry Mulreany
Subscriptions: 800 708 9373 x130
terry.mulreany@monitordaily.com
Susie Angelucci
Advertising: 484.459.3016
susie.angelucci@monitordaily.com

View Latest Digital Edition

Visit our sister website for news, information, exclusive articles,
deal tables and more on the asset-based lending, factoring,
and restructuring industries.
www.abfjournal.com