Professionals in the business of car shipping to Puerto Rico will be interested in the news that the demand for Class 8 heavy-duty trucks for the transport industry of the United States made a nice rebound in 2010. In fact, according to the numbers being thrown around the total number of Class 8 heavy-duty transport trucks ordered in 2010, will exceed 150,000 new trucks, according to sources over at ACT Research Company. Add to this the fact that the numbers indicate many transport fleets showed a pretty good increase in profit during 2010 and some transport professionals and experts believe there could be a large percentage of transport fleets investing in more Class 8 heavy-duty transport trucks during the miles ahead in the United States of America.
This is great news for transport professionals in the business of producing great auto transport reviews as this represents a 27 percent increase in the number of Class 8 heavy-duty transport trucks ordered by firms during 2009, according to ACT Research Company. The forecasts being made for the future also indicate that the demand for new Class 8 heavy-duty trucks is expected to continue to build momentum into 2011 and 2012, and we could see as many as 300,000 Class 8 heavy-duty trucks ordered by car shipping and transport firms by the end of 2012. Hopefully, the forecasts made the ACT Research Company are a little below the real mark, and in the next two years the number of Class 8 heavy-duty trucks ordered in the United States exceeds the 300,000 predicted by the end of 2012.