Road Goods Vehicles Travelling in Europe

May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The fourth quarter report for 2001 on the number of roads goods vehicles traveling to mainland Europe from Great Britain has been published. The figures presented are on a seasonally adjusted basis to help identify underlying trends, especially changes between successive quarters. The 2001 figures shows that the total number of vehicles traveling to mainland Europe was 2,398,400-3 percent more than in 2000. 1,712,100 of this total were powered vehicles. There was a 4 percent fall in the number of unaccompanied trailers compared with 2000. Figures for the Fourth quarter 2001 shows that the total number of vehicles traveling to mainland Europe was 604,500. The number of powered vehicles was 439,600.


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