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The World’s Truck Manufacturers (2014 / 17th Edition)

World Truck Manufacturers 2014

This report is a proven and reliable global truck industry reference tool and is a necessity for those involved in competitor analysis and strategic planning in the global commercial vehicle industry. It is divided into three main sections: Industry review An analysis of the structure and profitability of the world’s ...

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China’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2018

China's new vehicle market - prospects to 2018

A new Automotive World report looks at the prospects for China’s new vehicle market. Covering the light vehicle and medium/heavy commercial vehicle sectors, the report includes a forecast through to 2018. China’s light vehicle (LV) market rose for the second successive year in 2013, increasing by 12% to a record ...

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Volvo Truck & Bus future model plans and production outlook

Volvo Truck & Bus future model plans and production outlook

Volvo Group – which included the wholly-owned Volvo, Renault and Mack brands – reported consolidated deliveries of 209,200 trucks and buses in 2013, a 2% drop from 2012 (excluding sales by the existing joint ventures). A planned joint venture between Volvo and Dongfeng has not yet been completed so Dongfeng ...

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NAFTA’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2018

NAFTA vehicle market prospects to 2018

This Automotive World forecast looks at the performance of the light vehicle (LV) and medium and heavy commercial vehicles (M/HCV) sectors in the NAFTA region (Canada, Mexico and USA) over the next five years, to the end of 2018. Following a fourth successive year of growth in the LV market ...

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Paccar future model plans and production outlook

Paccar future model plans and production outlook

In 2012, Paccar produced 123,000 units, making it the world’s fourth largest producer of heavy trucks after Daimler, Volvo and VW’s truck division. Including sub-16t trucks, Paccar delivered 140,400 units in 2012 and is estimated to have sold slightly fewer in 2013. On a corporate level, 2014 will be a ...

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Spain’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2017

Spain’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2017

Despite being the second biggest car manufacturer in Europe after Germany in 2012, Spanish car sales, which have been on a downward trend for the last four years, demonstrated a 4.9% decrease in the first half of this year due to a weak economy. In October 2013, the Spanish government ...

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Daimler Trucks production outlook

Daimler trucks production outlook

This report examines Daimler Trucks’ global production in the period to 2017, including Mercedes-Benz trucks, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus (MFTBC), Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz and Thomas Built Buses. Table of contents Executive summary Chapter 1: Overview Chapter 2: Global Excellence Chapter 3: Models Chapter 4: Production Chapter 5: Outlook Appendicies ...

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Engine Plant Database – 2013 Edition

Engine Plant Database - 2013 Edition

Automotive World’s “Engine Plant Database – 2013 Edition” contains production data for light and heavy vehicle engines in 2012. Delivered in an Excel file, the data focuses on engines for on-highway applications, excluding agriculture, construction, marine, gen-sets, etc. The plant locations refer to the commonly-used descriptions, but may be described ...

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UK’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2017

UK’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2017

Despite a slowing of the UK’s rate of economic growth in 2012, the light vehicle (LV) market grew by 3.8% to 2.28 million units, its highest level since 2008 but still below its 2004 peak of 2.9 million units. The upturn in demand has continued into 2013. In September 2013, ...

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Italy’s new vehicle market: prospects to 2017

Italy new vehicle market_prospects to 2017

Italy’s Fiat-dominated light vehicle (LV) market is mature, with the highest level of motorisation among the major European markets. Car ownership peaked in 2011, but dropped slightly in 2012 as the Italian economy moved into its third recession in five years in 2012. In 2012, the country’s new LV market ...

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