Mobile service trucks, commonly known as lube trucks, are used for field equipment maintenance and can fuel, charge, oil, and handle waste oil. This report details US and Canadian production of lube truck/bodies. The report breaks out shipments and market shares by chassis class. Included are market dynamics, demand factors and outlook, as well as profiles of all industry participants.
The ten leading manufacturers accounted for 64% of total shipments in 2017, with the top two accounting for over 25% of the market in units shipped.
Lube truck/bodies are primarily purchased by contractors for use in mining and construction industries. Mining operations are often non-stop and require continuous use of equipment. Lube truck/bodies help in saving time and money, as equipment maintenance is done during shift changes or other periods of unavoidable downtime at the site instead of taking the equipment to a service station/area for maintenance.
This industry has numerous small manufacturers serving regional markets. The industry is highly competitive and has relatively low barriers to entry. Small regional players cater to end-use customers in the region in which they are located, either directly or through dealers.
These and other topics are the subject of this report. The report can be put to immediate use for sales and market planning, M&A identification, competitive share analysis, alliances and technology transfer considerations.
Included with this report is an Excel file with six worksheets containing data from the report’s tables.
Table of Contents
1 Scope2 Product Types
4.2 Manufacturers’ Product Mix
4.3 Market Shares: All
4.4 Market Shares: By Chassis Class
5.2 Heavy-Duty Lube Truck/Bodies
5.2.1 Heavy-Duty Lube Truck/Bodies: By Chassis Class
6.2 Distribution Channels
10.2 Key Manufacturer Data: Rank Order - Units