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Thursday, June 24, 2010
Transport Vehicle Sales up 84 percent in May
Automobile transportprofessionals that like to use the most recent sales numbers of heavy-dutytransport vehiclesas a indicator of the current and future health of theauto transportindustry will probably smile when they hear the news? The number of heavy-duty Class 8transport vehiclessold in May increased by 84 percent in May 2010, when compared to the numbers of trucks sold last year, according to sources in the transport industry. This is the third straight month that heavy-duty truck sales have increased when compared to the same months in 2009 and this news is making somecar transportersthink that maybe thecar shippingbusiness could be about to make a rebound.Car transportservices purchasing new trucks for their fleets is great news for thecar haulingindustry in general and it could just be a matter of timing, but hopefully the belief that the business of car moversis about to increase is correct and this news means that firms believe that business is about to improve.
The 'move car' to destination industry of the United States still has quite a few hurdles before it, but hopefully this news is just what the business ofvehicle transportationin American needs to get it going down the road to increased volumes and revenues The pendulum in the business ofshipping carsforauto shippingfirms appears to be trying to swing in the other direction and demand for new transport vehicles to do the job is one sign that business could be about to improve significantly in the months ahead in the century of the environment. Hopefully, this is the case and in a few months time were looking back and smiling.
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