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ACT Research: Chances of a Mild Recession Increasing

According to ACT’s latest North American Commercial Vehicle Outlook, the potential for a mild recession is becoming increasingly likely. read more

ACT Research: Lack of Semiconductor Availability Continues to Hamper OEM Production

In the recent release of its Commercial Vehicle Dealer Digest, ACT Research reported that its analysts are less confident that supply chain issues will subside enough for commercial vehicle OEMs to fully meet customer demand this year and next. read more

ACT Research: Class 8 Tractor Dashboard Top Line Drops Again in March

According to ACT Research’s recently released Transportation Digest, the top line on the Class 8 tractor dashboard lowered in March, extending a decline that started in January. read more

Transportation Metrics No Longer Up and to the Right, but the Sky Isn’t Falling

According to ACT Research’s Kenny Vieth, despite the publication of a “sky is falling” op-ed in early April, “there is still much to like about the current situation” in the commercial vehicle market, with ACT’s forecasts for 2022 and 2023 virtually unchanged. read more

ACT Research: February’s Tractor Dashboard Extends Steep-Pitched Decline of January

According to ACT Research’s recently released Transportation Digest, the top line on ACT’s Tractor Dashboard in February extended the steep-pitched decline of January, taking the dashboard top line tally from double digits in January to zero. read more

Challenges to Domestic Economy Raise Risks for Vehicle Manufacturing

According to ACT Research, supply chain constraints kept a lid on the trucking industry’s ability to raise build rates through 2021, and just as the supply of chips was starting to improve, the risk to auto and truck manufacturing supply chains has risen once again. read more

Emission Reduction Projects Continue in CV Industry in 2022

According to ACT Research and Rhein Associates, the growth of partnerships and investments to lower carbon emissions from commercial vehicle fleets and to support new powertrains for such fleets is continuing in 2022. read more

ACT Research: Commercial Vehicle Orders ‘Essentially Flat’ in February

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, North American Class 8 net orders in February reached 21,000 units, while North American Classes 5-7 net orders reached 18,300 units. read more

Commercial Vehicle Market Demand Strong in 2021, Constrained by Supply Chain

According to ACT Research, supply chain constraints kept a lid on the commercial vehicle industry’s ability to raise build rates through 2021, at least until December, when a torrent of red-tagged/incomplete units were finished. read more

Economic Conditions ‘Idyllic’ for Commercial Vehicle Demand

According to ACT Research’s latest State of the Industry: NA Classes 5-8 Report, for much of the past 20 months, economic conditions have been idyllic broadly, particularly for commercial vehicle demand. read more

ACT Research: CV Industry Production Closed 2021 Strong, But Is It Sustainable?

Supply-chain constraints kept a lid on the industry’s ability to raise build rates through 2021 until December when a torrent of heavy-duty and medium-duty were finished, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Preliminary Data Shows Class 8 Orders Totaled 21.3K Units in January

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, North American Class 8 net orders totaled 21,300 units in January, while Classes 5-7 net orders dropped to 16,500 units. read more

Commercial Vehicle Industry Continues to Face Strong Demand and Capacity Constraints

ACT Research reported that despite rock-solid demand across the spectrum of forward-looking medium and heavy-duty vehicle market indicators, industry capacity remains range-bound across a broad front of supply chain constraints. read more

ACT Research: Dominant Issues Continue to Shape Commercial Vehicle Outlook

According to ACT Research’s recently released Transportation Digest, supply chain difficulties, COVID-19, inflation, high energy prices, robust freight and rates and public policy continue to be the dominant issues shaping the heavy-duty trucking outlook. read more

Commercial Vehicle Cancellations Spike Despite Solid Demand

According to ACT Research, Class 8 cancellations in October and November rose significantly, especially compared with a largely steady run of non-event levels since April 2020. read more

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