Across Europe truck markets are on the rebound
West European sales & production of Trucks over 3.5t GVW
Following one of the most dismal periods on record for the West European truck market this specialist truck publication gives an overview of that bleak period and a look into the future. The brand-new Schmidt's 2011 Truck AID publication is priced at just £503/€634. Whichever way you look at this trusted publication, by direct comparison with virtually anything on the truck scene at present, Schmidt's 2011 Truck AID is unmatched for detail. Call us arrogant, if you like, but the truth is that it probably represents the nearest thing to a Bible on Western Europe's complex truck market.
As with previous
commercial vehicle studies from AID, this latest
industry trusted, specialist publication splits the commercial vehicle
market above 3.5t GVW into its vital constituent parts.
In short, Schmidt's 2011 Truck AID contains detailed market
If your line of business concerns commercial
vehicles over 3.5t GVW, most of your data needs
are catered for. The study provides an expertly
presented snapshot of full year 2010/2009 market
developments. In doing so it provides you with full comprehension
as to who is doing what and where. Who are the leaders and
laggards and who has recently joined the upwardly mobile. And all
this is not only provided for each of the three main weight segments,
Last, but not least, to assist in your forward
planning, the study provides a 6-year sales and
production forecast for all trucks over 3.50t GVW
together with a detailed split for heavies from 16.00t
GVW; both for Europe as a whole and for individual markets. The
forecast, as you would expect, is bang up to date and incorporates
the latest trends and events witnessed during the beginning of 2011.
Responding to the needs of our customers, we also offer this latest
publication on CD-ROM. The page format and visual presentation is
as per the conventional book version.
What do you say?
If we've convinced you that Schmidt's 2011 Truck AID is worth having, give us a call or alternatively send a fax or email. Likewise, let's hear from you if you have any specific questions as to the study's detailed and comprehensive content.
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