Want a cradle-to-grave, tactical look at where the industry is going to be in the next 3-6 months?
ACT Research's State of the Industry: Classes 5-8 Vehicles report is just that, an in-depth look at all things pertinent to the trucking and transportation markets, including commercial vehicle sales data. In addition to the monthly data and market indicators, the OEM's provide six-month build plans for both medium duty trucks and heavy duty trucks. ACT Research also breaks out the backlog regarding the build timing of the units on order, giving an alternative look at the strength of the market.
With this information and the depth of analysis in the State of the Industry Classes 5-8 Vehicles report, manufacturers, suppliers, and investment firms can continue to stay ahead of the market and be better prepared for the coming market cycles.
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