OEM Monthly Chassis Report

This Report features insightful analysis into the monthly box-off truck chassis and commercial van shipments and sales data provided to NTEA by OEMs. This tool offers a unique set of information about incomplete commercial units that are entering the market for upfitting, helping companies effectively respond and react to market changes in a timely manner.

Included in each issue are the number of commercial chassis shipped and sold within NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) countries, with data presented by cab type and weight class segments. The Report also analyzes how differences between shipments and sales affect chassis available for upfit, and provides insight into how market fluctuations can affect sales trends. This publication provides:

  • Monthly industry overview
  • U.S./Mexico chassis sales
  • Nonconventional cab chassis sales in NAFTA countries
  • Canada chassis sales
  • Inventory trends and insights
  • Commercial van market trends
  • Commercial van market segment analysis
  • Commercial truck segment analysis
  • Looking ahead
  • Velocity model

NTEA Members: The Report is automatically emailed to members and is available for download at no charge as a member benefit. Please use your member login credentials to access the OEM Monthly Chassis ReportA yearly print subscription is also available to members for $79. For personalized assistance in creating or accessing a login account, contact NTEA at 800-441-6832 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. EST.

Nonmembers:  A yearly subscription to both the print and pdf versions of the monthly report is available for $299. Order your copy now

Not a member of NTEA? Join now for access to the OEM Monthly Chassis Report and the full portfolio of membership benefits, including additional Market Data offerings.

If you have questions or want further clarification, contact NTEA Market Data and Research Director Steve Latin-Kasper at 248-479-8193 or via email at stevelk@ntea.com. Steve has nearly 30 years of experience as an economist in the transportation industry and was named one of the country’s top economists by Bloomberg Networks