ACT Research reports tighter trailer backlogs

December 2005
Trailer / Body Builders;Dec2005, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of trailer manufacturers to trim backlogs in the U.S. market as of December 2005, according to a survey by ACT Research. Remarks from Kenny Vieth of ACT Research; Statistics on trailer shipments during the third quarter; Total production of the industry from January to September.


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