CKCVR survey results indicate slow rebound

January 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Jan2008, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p22
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The article focuses on the result of a survey of fleet managers about equipment buying plans for 2008 released by CK Commercial Vehicle Research (CKCVR) in the U.S. Majority of respondents indicated that they planned to purchase power equipment. About 64% said that they planned to buy trailers and 68% indicated that their purchases would represent a typical number of units for their fleet. About 14% indicated that they their equipment purchases for power units may be more than a typical number.


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