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The program works closely with leading global OEMs, Tier I suppliers, governments, regulators, and financial industry participants among other industry stakeholder groups, to provide our client with prescriptive research and advisory services. Our commercial vehicle research content focal point encompasses truck, trailer, bus, light commercial vehicle, and other commercial vehicle powertrain, chassis, safety, telematics, and regulation compliance technologies. This content is developed and derived through a combination of strong secondary and primary (demand and supply side) research and analysis. Our technology, market, region, and issue based research consistently delivers time- and mission-critical research and analysis to the widest cross section of market participants.
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09 Jun 2020  |  Global
A Global Recession, Induced by the COVID-19 Pandemic, is Expected to Reduce MD/HD Truck Sales by 28.5% Y-o-Y, with Moderate Recovery in the Latter Half of the Year
In 2019, global heavy-duty truck sales grew strongly in North America and South America and moderately in Europe and China, while declining in India. Currently, the COVID-19 pandemic is causing a wide-scale global supply chain disruption in all industries. The impact will be strongly felt across the US and European MD-HD markets, with a decline in ...
27 Feb 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry is Expected to Witness Slow Growth in FY2020 Due to Impeding Effect of New Axle Load Norms, Stringent Regulatory Environment and Economic Slowdown
The aim of this study is to understand the emerging market and technology trends shaping the Indian commercial vehicle industry, estimate the outlook for 2020, and forecast the industry volumes till 2025 by assessing the impact of current and upcoming regulations and norms. The Indian commercial vehicle market is experiencing changes due to heavy ...
21 Nov 2019  |  Global
A Measurement System to Spark Companies 2 Action (C2A)—Innovation That Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
North America is the world’s second-largest commercial vehicle market based on annual unit sales. Commercial vehicles play a major role in determining the purchase price of consumer products: about 65% of the region’s freight is transported by road. The industry has been affected by fluctuating freight rates and significant driver shortages. Ac...
12 Sep 2019  |  Global
With investments in connected, electric as well as strategic partnerships, the group to touch revenue of €40.15 Billion by 2025
TRATON SE, erstwhile Volkswagen Truck & Bus, is on the transformational road from being a commercial truck and bus manufacturer to a mobility services provider. With the group’s MAN brand operating on wafer thin margins while Swedish heavy-truck and bus brand Scania enjoys double digit profit and growth, the group has laid a target of 9% profit m...
23 Jul 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The New Axle Load Norms in India are Expected to have a Positive Impact on the Revenue of 6 Major Segments
This study conducts a detailed assessment of the impact of the new axle load norms on the commercial vehicle (CV) Industry in India. The new norms, applicable from16 July 2018, are meant to bring gross vehicle weights (GVWs) in India at par with that of other global markets. The government believes this will help restrict the vehicle population in ...
12 Apr 2019  |  Global
2019 to be a Defining Year for the Evolution of New Business Models Around Electric Trucks and Digital Services
Global medium-duty (MD) and heavy-duty (HD) trucks sales grew 4.5% in 2018 from 2017 due to sustained growth in top truck markets of North America, China (Heavy duty truck sales stayed above 1 million mark), along with continual growth in India, Brazil, Russia and Indonesia. In 2019, growth in North America, South America, Russia, India, Indonesia...
28 Mar 2019  |  Latin America
The Market will Keep Growing, Mainly Pushed by Brazil, Reaching 5.72 Million Units, with a 4.3% Growth from 2018
The present study analyzes the Latin American automotive market growth forecast for 2019, which is expected to be around 5.72 million units to be commercialized in the region, representing a 4.3% growth from previous year’s sales volumes. The study focuses in analyzing country-specific market performances and dynamics for the period 2017-2019, wi...
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26 Mar 2019  |  Global
Urban Restrictions and Innovations in Last-mile Delivery to Propel the Uptake of eLCVs and Connected Solutions Enhancing Supply-chain Visibility
Global LD Trucks and Pick Up Sales to hit 6.7 million and 5.6 million respectively in 2019. North America, India, Latin America, China, Japan and Korea will lead the growth of the global LCV market, while the US leads the pick up sales, China is the clear leader in the LD Trucks segment. The demand for electric light duty trucks will surge globally...
14 Mar 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Economic Recovery and Investment in Infrastructure will Drive Market Growth
The GCC automotive market was severely affected by the economic downturn arising from decline in oil prices. The region is however aiming to diversify its economy to decrease its reliance on the oil sector. This will prevent the oil price from having such a significant impact on its economy. Commercial vehicle (CV) sales have dropped year after ye...
21 Feb 2019  |  North America
School Bus Market is Poised to Reach 109,000 Units Globally by 2025, Driven by the Demand for Safe Transport of Children; Supporting Telematics Services will also see a Surge in Adoption
The demand for school buses globally is expected to grow steadily despite rising oil and commodity prices. Total school bus shipments, estimated at about 92,561 units in 2017, are expected to increase to 109,575 units in 2025, reflecting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.1%. North America is the largest contributor to the global school bus ...