Refrigerated Truck/Van, Trailer, Commercial Van, Container and Railcar Manufacturing in North America
Publication Date: Oct 2018
Outlook & Forecast To 2022
Reefer Commercial Vans
Reefer Intermodal Containers
- Comprehensive coverage of the cold supply chain and convergence to meet grocery home delivery boom
- $2 billion activity in all combined modes
- 60,000 refrigerated units across all types
- Size and shares fully analyzed by each type and summarized into an overview
About This Report
There has been a sea-change in transport logistics in recent years, fueled by the transition to e‑commerce orders.
Final mile and product-specific refrigerated vehicles are becoming more common in the cold supply chain. For example, refrigerated van bodies are now fabricated with multiple temperature compartments, low ground-to-floor height to enable loading and unloading by hand, and multiple doors on each side.
There is also an increasing need for smaller delivery vehicles, and conversion of commercial vans for refrigerated transportation is an infant industry slated for fast growth.
On the long-haul side, the enforcement of the mandatory electronic logging devices (ELDs), which began in December 2017, is transforming perishables transportation. This regulation is benefitting intermodal transport of perishables, which is now able to offer better transit times as compared to on-road trucks and trailers.
This unique report from SpecialtyResearch.net brings together all modes of temperature-controlled cargo transport, making it an invaluable resource for all stake holders in the cold supply chain for refrigerated transportation modes.
|1.3||Market Size Estimates – Units & Dollars 2017|
|1.4||Market Shares: Competitive Analysis in Units & Dollars|
|1.4.1 Manufacturers: by Type|
|1.4.2 Manufacturers’ Product Mix|
|1.5||Market Shares: All Products|
|1.5.1 Rank Order – Units|
|1.5.2 Rank Order – Dollars|
|1.6||Outlook 2018 – 2022|
|2.2||Market Size Estimates – Units & Dollars 2017|
|2.2.1 Market Size Estimates: Historical|
|2.3||Market Shares: Competitive Analysis in Units & Dollars|
|2.4.1 Average Price|
|2.4.2 Distribution Channels|
|2.5||Market Dynamics & Demand Factors|
|2.5.1 New Entrant|
|2.5.2 Product & Technology|
|2.6||Outlook 2018 – 2022|
|2.7||Production by Region|
|2.8||Key Manufacturer Data|
|2.8.1 Key Manufacturer Data: Alphabetical Order|
|2.8.2 Key Manufacturer Data: Rank Order – Units|
|3||Refrigerated Van Truck/Bodies|
|3.2||Market Size Estimates – Units & Dollars 2017|
|3.2.1 Market Size: By Chassis Class|
|3.2.2 Market Size Estimates: Historical – 2012 – 2016|
|3.3||Market Shares: Competitive Analysis in Units & Dollars|
|3.3.1 Manufacturers by Type|
|3.3.2 Manufacturers’ Product Mix|
|3.3.3 Market Shares: All|
|3.4||Market Shares: By Chassis Class|
|3.5.1 Average Price|
|3.5.2 Distribution Channels|
|3.6||Market Dynamics & Demand Factors|
|3.7||Outlook 2018 – 2022|
|3.8||Production by Region|
|3.9||Key Manufacturer Data|
|3.9.1 Key Manufacturer Data: Alphabetical Order|
|3.9.2 Key Manufacturer Data: Rank Order – Units|
|4||Refrigerated 53 ft. Intermodal Containers & Railcars|
|4.1.1 Refrigerated Railcars|
|4.1.2 Refrigerated Containers|
|4.2||Market Size Estimates|
|4.2.1 Market Size Estimates: Historical – Refrigerated Railcars|
|4.2.2 Market Size Estimates: Historical – Refrigerated Containers|
|4.3||Market Shares: Competitive Analysis in Units & Dollars|
|4.3.1 Manufacturers: By Type|
|4.3.2 Market Shares: All|
|4.4||Market Shares: By Type|
|4.4.1 Refrigerated Railcars|
|4.4.2 53 ft. Refrigerated Containers|
|4.5.1 Average Price|
|4.5.2 Distribution Channels|
|4.6||Market Dynamics & Demand Factors|
|4.6.1 The Case for Rail & Intermodal|
|4.6.2 The Has-Beens|
|4.6.3 Technology Innovation|
|4.6.4 Challenges to Rail & Intermodal|
|4.7||Outlook 2018 – 2022|
|4.8||Production by Region|
|4.9||Key Manufacturer Data|
|4.9.1 Key Manufacturer Data: Alphabetical Order|
|5||Refrigerated Commercial Vans|
|5.2||Market Size Estimates|
|5.3||Market Shares: Competitive Analysis in Units & Dollars|
|5.3.1 Upfitters by Type|
|5.3.2 Product Mix|
|5.3.3 Market Shares: All|
|5.4||Market Shares: By Van Type|
|5.4.1 Full-size Vans|
|5.4.2 Compact Vans|
|5.5.1 Average Price|
|5.5.2 Distribution Channels|
|5.6||Market Dynamics & Demand Factors|
|5.7||Outlook 2018 – 2022|
|5.8||Production by Region|
|5.9||Key Manufacturer Data|
|5.9.1 Key Manufacturer Data: Alphabetical Order|
|5.9.2 Key Manufacturer Data: Rank Order – Units|
|6||Manufacturer Profiles (53 companies profiled*)|
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