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Trucking Company Fleets Increasing
It appears more heavy hauling firms and drivers have been taking the plunge and investing in new transport vehicles to help improve and enhance the transport services they provide customers that need cargo delivered on time and budget during recent times in the United States of America. ACT Research Company recently released its latest statistics on the number of heavy-duty Class 8 transport vehicles ordered during February, 2011 and according to the company orders were down about 3,000 units, from the massive number that were ordered during January. ACT Research also indicated that this news means the strong market for heavy-duty Class 8 transport vehicles during the past four months has continued into 2011. Good news for trucking companies that use the strength of the heavy-duty Class 8 market as an indication of the current health of the business of transporting goods to destination in the United States of America.
ACT Research also indicated that the volume of heavy-duty Class 8 transport vehicle orders could be due to some transportation firms preparing for a good year in 2011. It could also mean that some transportation services firms are just replacing the older heavy-duty Class 8 transport vehicles in their fleet, according to this research firm, and possibly deciding to invest for their own reasons at this time in history.
ACT Research publishes new and used commercial vehicle industry data, market analysis and forecasts for the North American and Chinese markets. Transport firms that want to check out the services of ACT Research should contact the company directly for more information on where they can locate the company forecasts.
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Freight Blog Shipping Industry Needs More Education Mar 21, 2011- Transport industry freight forwarders will be happy to hear that the unifying theme during the Truckload Carriers Association conference this week was the desire to make sure the trucking industry and shippers both have a clear understanding of the challenges on the road ahead for the transportation industry of the United States of America during the weeks and months ahead. The transport industry representatives on hand for the conference were apparently both on the same page in the desire for shippers to be as informed about the complexities of the driver shortage, costs of doing business, inflation and increasing fuel prices. Good news for the business of freight forwarding cargo to destination on time and budget in the United States of America.
The trucking industry officials on hand made a point of stating that the trucking industry needs to take the lead by taking the steps to help educate shippers on all of the challenges on the road before the transport industry during the miles ahead. That during the past few years there hasn't been as much time for the trucking industry to devote to the job of educating shippers about the issues, but that during the months ahead the industry would need to spend more time talking to shippers about the issues in hand. More >>