United States Trucking Industry, Commercial Truck Fleet, And Truck Freight Market: 2015-2020 Analysis And Forecasts

  • ID: 3926484
  • Report
  • Region: Global, United States
  • 57 Pages
  • Amadee & Company, Inc
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The objective of this report is to examine the United States Trucking industry, Commercial Truck Fleet and Truck Freight Market.

This Report is An Excerpt from a Longer Report Titled: Last-Mile: E-Commerce And the Future of the Trucking Industry- U.S. Markets, Technological Disruptions And Innovations, New Competitors And Opportunities: 2015-2020 Analysis And Forecasts.

Key information presented in this report includes analysis of the:

- U.S. Trucking Industry.
- U.S. Commercial Truck Fleet.
- U.S. Truck Freight market.
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1. Introduction
- Report Objectives
- Methodology and Sources
- Statistical Notes

2. U.S. Trucking Industry
- U.S. Trucking Industry History
- Motor Carrier Management Information System
- Ways to Characterize the Trucking Industry
- For-Hire vs. Private Carrier
- Owner-Drivers
- Owner-Operators
- General vs. Specialized Freight
- Single Metropolitan Area vs. Intercity
- Shipment Size: Big, Medium or Small
- Operating Characteristics by Segment
- Private Fleets
- Truckload Carriers
- Less-Than-Truckload Carriers
- Parcel and Express Delivery Carriers
- Truck Vehicle Configurations and Sizes
- Truck Weight Regulations
- Vans: Parcel Delivery Vans, Dry Freight Vans, Refrigerated/Insulated Vans, Walk-in Van, Walk-in Style Van, Curtainside Vans
- Hours-of-Service Safety Regulations
- Impact of Autonomous Trucks on the Trucking Industry

3. U.S. Commercial Truck Fleet
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
- U.S. Large Commercial Truck Fleet
- U.S. Large Commercial Truck Fleet by Type
- Large Commercial Truck Vehicle Miles Traveled
- Motor Carriers by Type
- Commercial Driver’s Licenses by Type
- U.S. Active Motor Carriers

4. U.S. Truck Freight Market
- United States Economy and Demographics
- U.S. Freight Moved by Volume and Mode
- U.S. Freight Moved by Value and Mode
- U.S. Freight Moved by Value and Mode
- U.S. Total Freight Moved by Distance
- U.S. Truck Freight Moved by Product Class

List of Tables
1. Number of U.S. Motor Carriers by Type: 2015
2. Top 100 North America For-Hire Carriers (Rank, Company, Revenue, Net Income, Employees, Tractors, Trailers): 2015
3. Top 100 North America Private Carriers (Rank, Company, Tractors, Straight Trucks, Pickups/Cargo Vans, Trailers, Annual Sales): 2015
4. Top 25 North America Less-Than-TruckLoad Carriers (Rank, Company, Revenue, Comments): 2015
5. U.S. Registered Vehicles and Large Commercial Trucks (Number): 2011-2015
6. U.S. Registered Large Commercial Trucks by Type (Number): 2014
7. U.S. Vehicles and Large Commercial Trucks Miles Traveled (Million Miles): 2011-2014
8. U.S. Motor Carriers by Type (Number): 2015
9. U.S. Commercial Driver’s Licenses by Type (Million): 2015
10. U.S. Active Motor Carriers by Type (Million): 2011-2015
11. United States Population, Households, Household Income, Labor Force, Employment, Business Establishments, Governments, GDP, Foreign Trade: 1990-2015
12. United States Population by Region, GDP by Region, GDP Per Capita by Region: 2000-2014
13. United States Freight Shipments by Transportation Mode (Million Tons): 2015-2045
14. United States Shipments by Transportation Mode (Truck, Multiple Modes/Mail, Pipeline, Air, Water, Rai. and Value (Billion 2012 Dollars): 2015-2040
15. United States Total Freight Moved by Distance Band (Miles), Value (%), Volume (%): 2015
16. United States Truck Freight Shipments by Product Class (Million Dollars): 2015

List of Figures
1. Share of U.S. Freight Volume by Type of Carrier: 2015
2. U. S. Commercial Truck Configurations
3. Parcel Delivery Van
4. Dry Freight Van
5. Refrigerated Van
6. Walk-in Van
7. Walk-in Style Van
8. Curtainside Van
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