Market on the way up

Weber, Rick
October 2010
Trailer / Body Builders;Oct2010, Vol. 51 Issue 12, p52
Trade Publication
The article offers business tips for the truck equipment market for the year 2011. Market data and research director Steve Latin-Kasper of the National Truck Equipment Association presents tips for companies on what to do despite budget deficits, real-income issues, and lower state and local expenditures. He believes that there will be plenty of opportunities for new sales in 2011 though taking care of existing customers is still as important as getting new ones. He adds that a slower growth is expected for the market.


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