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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: 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: 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: U.S. Trailer Net Orders Down Sequentially but Still Solid in November

According to ACT Research, November net U.S. trailer orders fell nearly 28% from October, reaching 39,645 units. However, net orders were up 100% year over year and up more than 30% year to date compared with the first 11 months of 2019. read more

ACT: Oct U.S. Trailer Orders Up 120% Y/Y, 2nd Best Month in History

After September’s all-time net order record, U.S. trailer order volume softened only a small degree in October, with volumes ranked as the second-best month in industry history, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT: US Trailer Industry Set Net Order Records in Q3/18

The U.S. trailer industry set net order records throughout Q3/18, with both July and August being the strongest months, respectively, in industry history, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT: April Net Trailer Orders Up 11% Compared to 2017

ACT Research’s preliminary estimate for April 2018 net trailer orders is 23,100 units. read more

ACT: Net Orders of 39,100 Units Strongest January Volume in History

ACT Research’s preliminary estimate for January 2018 net trailer orders is 39,100 units. read more

ACT Research: 2017 Trailers Orders Up 45% YTD

According to preliminary data from ACT Research, there were 32,000 net trailer orders in October. Final October volume will be available later this month. read more

ACT: September Net Trailer Orders Roughly One-Third of 2015 Levels

ACT Research’s preliminary estimate for U.S. net trailer orders for September 2016 is 12,950 units. Additionally, ACT noted that the freight index rose faster than the capacity index once again. read more

ACT Research: U.S. Trailer Orders, Production Up in March

ACT Research reported March trailer net order rose 26% month/month and 3.5% year/year. ACT noted, “Large fleets continue to drive the market, and low cancellations show orders are firm.” read more

ACT Research: U.S. Trailer Orders Continue Solid Season

ACT Research said trailer net orders in October were down 7% from September and down 30% year/year. However, the solid order season continues for this segment of the commercial vehicle industry. read more

ACT: Trailer Orders Fall From June’s “Unsustainable” Numbers

In its most recent State of the Industry report on U.S. trailers, ACT Research said that net orders in July equaled 20,300 units, marking a 27% decline from what the publisher called an “unsustainable” 27,900-unit pace in June. read more

Ritchie Bros Sets Record at Fort Worth Auction

Ritchie Bros. announced it sold more than $53 million of equipment and trucks at its public auction in Fort Worth, TX. The two-day auction set a new site record for with more than 4,250 items sold. read more

Weak May Trailer Orders Not In Line With Demand

Trailer net orders in May slid 10% according to the most recent State of the Industry: U.S. Trailers published by ACT Research. read more

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