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As the industry leader in commercial vehicle research, forecasting, and data aggregation, ACT Research has worked with dozens of organizations as consultants to address specific challenges and questions. With three decades of experience in the CV markets, ACT Research has unprecedented levels of understanding and knowledge to help any commercial vehicle member organization find solutions to their toughest challenges.
As the Commercial Vehicle subject matter experts, we are able to offer a variety of consulting roles to our clients including:
  • Various model building scenarios
  • Fleet utilization studies
  • Projecting total cost of ownership
  • Due Diligence for merger and/or acquisitions
Through our work, we have been able to give further assistance into the specific nature of our respective client’s needs as they meet various challenges in their businesses. Our team of experts is available for calls and live meetings to help your team find solutions.
Contact ACT Research today to discover how we can help you answer your most pressing questions. Call 812.379.2085 or click the bottom to get started.

Example Projects

Below are examples of ACT Research’s Consultative Project performed with various clients over the past 2 years. Do you have questions that need to be answered? Contact ACT Research today for a free, no-obligation consultation analysis to see if our companies would be a fit to work together to answer those questions.

Nikola SEC Filings

ACT Research worked with Nikola as they developed their IPO.

Commercial Vehicle Electrification Study

A 6 month study to assess the intermediate prospects and long-term potential of commercial vehicle electrification where we assessed base sase Commercial Electrical vehicle market volumes, battery technology, cost, storage, as well as government assistance and more variables that will impact electrification in the CV market.

Tortoise & Hyliion SEC Filings

ACT Research worked with Tortoise and Hyliion as they developed their IPO.

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