Market Research Report
Truck Fuel Efficiency: Trends, Challenges and Emerging Technologies - Market Drivers, Fuel Price Trends, New and Emerging Fuel Efficiency Technologies
|Published by||Autelligence||Product code||304575|
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|Truck Fuel Efficiency: Trends, Challenges and Emerging Technologies - Market Drivers, Fuel Price Trends, New and Emerging Fuel Efficiency Technologies|
|Published: June 30, 2018||Content info:||
Truck fuel efficiency is a key issue for truck manufacturers and suppliers, impacting all parts of heavy commercial vehicles and their operation. Growing oil demand has led to considerable volatility in fuel prices since the beginning of the 21st century. Recent rises in crude oil and automotive fuel prices underline the potential for disrupting operator business models and growing political risks mean the issue looks as if it will remain critical in the coming years.
While fuel costs accounted for around 10% of freight costs a decade or two ago, they have been as high as 35% during recent years, and operators now regard 30% as a benchmark.
‘The Truck Fuel Efficiency Report’ outlines the commercial, political and legislative environment, tracks the key technologies, and reports on the status of their development. The report pulls together a number of different perspectives and looks at developments around the entire vehicle to provide an overview of the overall trends in this very important area. With 96 pages and 60 tables and figures, it is an essential guide to this critical area.
Mike Murphy B.Sc., M.Phil.(Hons.I) has had a lifelong interest in things automotive including owning and racing a range of motorcycles and track cars. He began regularly contributing to automotive publications in his native New Zealand during the 1990s and in 2004 he became a news editor for a leading UK auto industry publication. He began researching and writing automotive technology sector reports the following year and has had around 50 technology reports and numerous features published by four UK-based automotive and truck industry publications.