Dry Freight Van Trailer Manufacturing in North America: Market Size, Shares & Analysis
- ID: 2570621
- June 2013
- Region: America, North America, United States
- 55 Pages
The most common type of van trailer is the dry freight van trailer. These non-insulated trailers transport cargo that is not temperature-sensitive, such as dry goods, clothes, boxboard, and general merchandise.
Dry Freight Van Trailer Manufacturing in North America: Market Size, Shares & Analysis is a one-time picture of manufacturers, with the key objective of identifying 'who is who' in the business, with their estimated production/sales in units and at market values.
The report includes estimates of 2012 production numbers and market shares, an overview of the broad competitive picture—including standings of key identified manufacturers—and the demand outlook for the industry. It also identifies fourteen North American manufacturers of dry freight van trailers in 2012. Figures show production is concentrated in the hands of a few manufacturers, with the top five accounting for close to 90% of total production.
The van trailer industry moves in tandem with the general health of the economy. The industry touched bottom in 2009, but has improved significantly since that time. There has historically been a strong correlation between freight shipment volumes and dry freight van trailer production. However, while freight shipments have grown at a stable 5% since 2010, production of van trailers catering to the freight transportation industry has increased at a disproportionately higher rate, mainly due to replacement demand.
This research can be put to immediate use for sales and market planning, M&A identification, competitive share analysis, alliances and technology transfer considerations.
B. Scope & Methodology
C. Product Definitions
D. Industry Overview
D.1 Manufacturing Practices, Product & Technology
D.1.1 Body Construction
D.1.2 Lining Options
D.1.3 Wall and Post Joining Options
D.1.5 Product Innovation
D.2 Industry Structure
D.3 M&A Activity, Consolidation & Realignment
D.3.1 M&A Activity and Product Mix Diversification
D.3.2 Plant Expansion and Realignment
D.4 Profitability Analysis
D.4.1 Wabash National Corporation
E. Market Analysis
E.2 Market Size
E.3 Market Shares
F. Analysis by Geographic Region
F.1 Region Classification
F.2 Production Estimates by Region
G. Market Outlook
G.1 Demand Drivers
G.2 Projected Market Size
H. Manufacturer Data
I. Manufacturer Profiles
Di-Mond Trailers Inc.
Dorsey Trailer/Pitts Enterprises
Durabody Industries Ltd.
Pratt Industries Inc.
Road Systems, Inc.
Stoughton Trailers LLC/STI Holdings Inc.
Utility Trailer Mfg. Co.
Vanguard National Trailer Corp.
Wabash National Corp.
INDEX OF TABLES AND CHARTS
Chart D.1: Dry Freight Van Trailers: Manufacturers - Ranged by Units Manufactured
Table D.1: Dry Freight Van Trailers: Share by Product Category in Units & Dollars
Table D.2: Wabash National Corporation - Financial Data and Analysis
Chart D.2: Profitability Analysis - Wabash National Corporation
Chart E.1: Dry Freight Van Trailers - Market Size: 2006 - 2012
Chart E.2: Dry Freight Van Trailers - Market Share: Units
Chart E.3: Dry Freight Van Trailers - Market Share: Dollars
Chart F.1: Census Regions: USA
Chart F.2: Dry Freight Van Trailers - Unit Estimates by Geographic Region
Chart G.1: Dry Freight Van Trailers - Market Outlook: 2013 - 2017
Table H.1: Manufacturer Data
- Di-Mond Trailers Inc.
- Dorsey Trailer/Pitts Enterprises
- Durabody Industries Ltd.
- Great Dane
- Hyundai Translead
- Kentucky Trailer
- Manac Trailers
- Pratt Industries Inc.
- Road Systems, Inc.
- Stoughton Trailers LLC/STI Holdings Inc.
- Strick Corp.
- Utility Trailer Mfg. Co.
- Vanguard National Trailer Corp.
- Wabash National Corp.