Vision 2025: Driving productivity & profitability in a demanding market

ACT is pleased to announce a new multi-client study to define a vision of the U.S. transportation and trucking industry for 2025 and to identify and describe key trends that will take us from now to ten years out. While the commercial vehicle and transportation landscape has always been competitive, recognition of and adjustment to change has become critical for success. What will it take to be successful 10 years from now? ACT is proposing a study of the evolutionary (and sometime revolutionary) changes ahead. Check out how you can participate!

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New publication and the first issue is free…

ACT Research has published the inaugural issue of The "Natural Gas Quarterly" to give quick insights to anyone with an interest in the evolution of the adoption of natural gas for the heavy duty transportation industry.

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Thanks for the memories….Seminar #52 picture gallery

By all accounts, ACT's 52nd Seminar was another success. Our photo gallery tells all.

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ACT’s Forecast Report Card: “A”

We believe we are correct in saying ACT Research won the "Triple Crown" of forecast accuracy in the three years leading up to December 2014. Take a look....

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ACT’s position on HOS Restart in Omnibus Spending Bill:

Assuming that the change in the reset provision was responsible for about half the 2.5% productivity impact of the original rule (ACT estimate), the rollback is likely to boost productivity in the tractor operating portion of the industry by around 1% to 1.5%, reducing the required tractor population by about 15k to 20k units.

Truck Fuel Payback Calculators

Truck fuel payback calculators take the mystery out of making the best fuel choice for the application.

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Subscribers – here’s how to use the website

Need help using the website? We've put together a short PowerPoint presentation so you won't miss anything.

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