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ACT Research ups 2024 Class 8 production and sales expectations

Looking at demand, activity, orders and backlogs, ACT Research expects an Class 8 production and sales to rise for the first time since last July.

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ELFA data suggests strong start for new business volume in 2024

December’s new business volumes were up both year-over-year and month-over-month.

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When will the 2027 diesel engine pre-buy start?

Volvo Trucks’s Magnus Koeck shares his prebuy thoughts, talks 2023 market share and provides a 2024 industry outlook.

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ACT Research: For-Hire Trucking Index reflects recovering freight market

ACT Research says their survey data sows conditions are gradually moving in the right direction.

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U.S. Bank Index sees largest-ever freight shipment volume drop

Year-over-year data shows Q4 2023 shipments were down 15.7%, while spending by shippers dropped 13.5%.

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ACT Research: Used Class 8 value hits low last seen in 2021

Despite the drop in price, ACT Research vice president Steve Tam says 2023 sales volume increased considerably.

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January leasing & finance confidence index shows slow, upward trend

At a rating of 48.6, this month’s index is the highest we’ve seen since September.

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ACT Research suggests moderating 2024 trailer activity

Based on 2023-ending data, ACT research says 2024 “more about hoping and coping than full steam ahead” for trailer market

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Trucking costs on the rise in face of a technological shift

A Noregon research paper dives into what’s driving the increase.

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FTR Trucking Conditions Index improves slightly in November

Still in the negatives, the slight raise comes largely due to lower fuel costs.

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New report: Commercial hydrogen fuel cell use expected to grow substantially

One prediction shows that the future for heavy-duty EVs belongs to hydrogen fuel cells, over batteries.

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Business cycles, trucking economics and how it all impacts your fleet

Dr. Bob Dieli, economist, MacKay & Co., took to the HDAD to help us make sense of current market conditions.

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