Global Markets for Specialty Commercial Vehicles
The global market for specialty commercial vehicle bodies and cab & chassis OEMS was $65.0 billion in 2014. It is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.1% from $67.6 billion in 2015 to $82.6 billion by 2020.
- An overview of the global markets for specialty commercial vehicles.
- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2014, estimates for 2015, and projections of CAGRs through 2020.
- Coverage of specialty vehicle types including: Street Sweepers, Winter Maintenance Vehicles, Sewer & catch basin cleaners and industrial vacuum truck, Refuse Collection Trucks, Dump Trucks, Concrete Mixer Trucks, Concrete Pumper Trucks, Flatbed Trucks, and Utility trucks.
- Coverage of end user segments including: Governmental Entities [Federal/State/County/Local], Contractors to Governmental Entities [Federal/State/County/Local], Airports, Contractors to Airports, Construction Material Distributors, Construction Contractors, Utilities, [Power/Gas/Communications], and Trades Persons.
- Detailed baseline and projected market segment sizes, in both revenue and unit terms, for both the application specific vehicle bodies, and for the Truck Cab & Chassis they are mounted on.
- Company profiles covering both the specialty equipment suppliers and the OEM truck cab & chassis suppliers.
This report focuses upon nine major categories of on-highway specialty commercial vehicles:
- Street sweeper vehicles (truck-mounted and purpose-built).
- Winter maintenance equipment (truck-mounted).
- Sewer & catch basin cleaners and industrial vacuum truck bodies.
- Refuse collection truck bodies.
- Dump (tipper) truck bodies.
- Concrete mixer truck bodies.
- Concrete pumper truck bodies.
- Flatbed (platform) truck bodies.
- Utility (service) truck bodies.
In order to maintain a commonality of end-user segments, it does not include specialty commercial vehicles that are largely not utilized by the end users who use those listed above. Those excluded are:
- Public safety vehicle bodies (fire, ambulance, etc.).
- Shuttle bus bodies.
- Box van bodies.
- Tow truck bodies.
JON GABRIELSEN is a consultant specializing in market economics of supply chains, manufacturing and industries ranging from chemicals and metals to pharmaceuticals. With more than 30 years industry experience globally with both buyers and sellers, he focuses on strategy and operations. He holds a bachelor's degree in industrial technology from Eastern Michigan University and an MBA in finance from University of Michigan.