Hybrid Truck Market Analysis to 2020 - Favorable Regulations and Fleet Purchases to Buoy the North American Market

Date: July 1, 2010
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Hybrid Truck Market Analysis to 2020 - Favorable Regulations and Fleet Purchases to Buoy the North American Market
Hybrid Truck Market Analysis to 2020 - Favorable Regulations and Fleet Purchases to Buoy the North American Market

Summary

GBI Research’s clean technology report “Hybrid Truck Market Analysis to 2020 - Favorable Regulations and Fleet Purchases to Buoy the North American Market” provides an in-depth analysis on the development of the hybrid truck market in North America. This report examines the current and forecast market for hybrid trucks, including Medium-duty trucks (class 4, class 5 and class 6) and Heavy-duty trucks (class 7 and class 8). It provides detailed coverage of the market drivers along with in-depth analysis of the latest technology. It also examines Hydraulic based hybrids, Electric hybrids and advanced battery technology. Furthermore it details the latest OEM Technologies, OEM Market Share and strategies by manufacturer.

The success of hybrid technology in light-weight passenger cars has set stage for penetration of hybrid propulsion technologies into commercial truck market. The volatility of fuel prices, stringency of emission standards and government incentives to adopt green technologies are pushing the hybrid truck market. All the major truck manufacturers and hybrid system developers in the North America are on board with the technology. Some forward-thinking organizations — FedEx Express, UPS and Coca Cola — have adopted hybrid trucks into their fleets; other are certain to follow suit.

Scope
  • Key geographies covered for the report include the US and Canada.
  • Qualitative analysis of market drivers and restraints for North America hybrid truck Market.
  • Key technologies covered include Hydraulic based hybrids, Electric hybrids and advanced battery technology
  • Annualized sale volumes of the North America Commercial truck market from 2004 to 2009.
  • Hybrid truck production forecast forward to 11 years to 2020.
  • Competitive landscape and the leading hybrid technologies. Key players covered include Daimler AG, Navistar International Corporation, PACCAR etc.
Reasons to buy
  • Navigate the hybrid truck market landscape through detailed analysis of the current hybrid truck market dynamics and potential changes
  • Develop business strategies by understanding the trends and developments that are driving the hybrid truck market in North America.
  • Design and develop your product development, marketing and sales strategies.
  • Exploit business opportunities by identifying market players with the most innovative pipeline.
  • Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies.
  • Identify key players best positioned to take advantage of the emerging market opportunities.
  • What’s the next big thing in the hybrid truck market landscape? – Identify, understand and capitalize.
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 INTRODUCTION

2.1 Types of Commercial Vehicle
  2.1.1 Class 5 Trucks
  2.1.2 Class 6 Trucks
  2.1.3 Class 7 Trucks
  2.1.4 Class 8 Trucks

3 NORTH AMERICA COMMERCIAL TRUCK MARKET

3.1 The US Commercial Class 8 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.2 The US Commercial Class 7 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.3 The US Commercial Class 6 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.4 The US Commercial Class 5 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.5 Canada Commercial Class 8 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.6 Canada Commercial Class 7 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.7 Canada Commercial Class 6 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009
3.8 Canada Commercial Class 5 Trucks Market, Annual Sales Volumes, 2004–2009

4 DRIVERS FOR MARKET MASS ACCEPTANCE

4.1 Reduced Oil Dependence
4.2 Volatility in Oil Prices
4.3 Regulatory Impetus in the form of Federal or State Funding and Purchase Incentives
4.4 Environmental and Climate Change Concerns

5 BARRIERS TO MASS ADOPTION

5.1 High Price — a Barrier for Hybrid Trucks
5.2 Economic Meltdown

6 NORTH AMERICA HYBRID TRUCK MARKET

6.1 North America, Class 8 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, 2010-2020
6.2 North America Class 6–7 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, 2010-2020
6.3 North America Class 5 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, 2010-2020

7 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

8 CORPORATE FLEETS — EARLY ADOPTERS OF MEDIUM AND HEAVY-DUTY HYBRID TRUCKS

8.1 FedEx Corp.
8.2 United Parcel Service Inc
8.3 Coca Cola
8.4 Wal-Mart

9 APPENDIX

9.1 Market Definition
  9.1.1 Product Types covered
  9.1.2 Geographies covered
  9.1.3 Market Size Forecasts
9.2 About GBI Research
9.3 Glossary of Terms
9.4 Methodology
  9.4.1 Coverage
  9.4.2 Secondary Research
  9.4.3 Primary Research
  9.4.4 Expert Panel Validation
9.5 Contact Us
9.6 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: North America, Truck Classification, 2010
Table 2: North America, Medium and Heavy Truck Market, Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Table 3: The US, Class 8 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Table 4: The US, Class 7 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Table 5: The US, Class 6 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Table 6: The US, Class 5 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Table 7: Canada, Class 8 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Table 8: Canada, Class 7 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Table 9: Canada, Class 6 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Table 10: Canada, Class 5 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Table 11: The US Petroleum Production and Consumption, Million barrels per day, 1970-2030
Table 12: Variation in Global Crude Oil Prices, 1988–2010
Table 13: North America Class 8 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, Unit Shipment, 2010-2020
Table 14: North America, Class 6–7 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, Unit Shipment, 2010-2020
Table 15: North America, Class 5 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, Unit Shipment, 2010-2020
Table 16: Snapshot of Current and Prospective Suppliers of Electric Hybrid Medium- and Heavy-duty Vehicle Batteries, Battery Module Properties
Table 17: Snapshot of Current and Prospective Suppliers of Electric Hybrid Medium- and Heavy-duty Vehicle Batteries, Battery Pack Properties
Table 18: Glossary (In Alphabetical Order)

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: North America, Medium and Heavy Truck Market, Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Figure 2: The US, Class 8 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Figure 3: The US, Market Share of Class 8 Trucks , by Unit Shipments, 2009
Figure 4: The US, Class 7 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Figure 5: The US, Market Share of Class 7 Trucks , by Unit Shipments, 2009
Figure 6: The US, Class 6 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Figure 7: The US, Market Share of Class 6 Trucks , by Unit Shipments, 2009
Figure 8: The US, Class 5 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Figure 9: Canada, Class 8 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Figure 10: Canada, Market Share of Class 8 Trucks, by Unit Shipments, 2009
Figure 11: Canada, Class 7 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Figure 12: Canada, Market Share of Class 7 Trucks, by Unit Shipments, 2009
Figure 13: Canada, Class 6 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments, 2004– 2009
Figure 14: Canada, Class 6 Trucks Annual Sales, by Unit Shipments , 2004–2009
Figure 15: Canada, Class 5 Trucks Annual Sales Volume, by Unit Shipments, 2004–2009
Figure 16: Canada, Market Share of Class 5 Trucks, by Unit Shipments, 2009
Figure 17: The US, Crude Oil Production versus Imports, 1970–2009
Figure 18: The US Petroleum Production and Consumption, Million barrels per day,1970-2030
Figure 19: Variation in Global Crude Oil Prices, 1988–2010
Figure 20: The US, Carbon Emissions from Fossil Energy Consumption by Transportation Sector, (in million metric tons of carbon dioxide), 1990–2009
Figure 21: Projected CO2 Reduction with Hybrid Trucks with Hybrid Trucks, in (`000) tons/year, 2010–2020
Figure 22: Projected Fuel Displacement Potential with Hybrid Trucks, in Million gal/year, 2010–2020
Figure 23: North America, Hybrid Market Penetration into Class 5–8 Trucks, %, 2010–2020
Figure 24: North America Class 8 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, Unit Shipment, 2010-2020
Figure 25: North America, Class 6–7 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, Unit Shipment, 2010-2020
Figure 26: North America, Class 5 Hybrid Truck Production Forecasts, Unit Shipment, 2010-2020
Figure 27: North America, Electric Hybrid Medium- and Heavy-duty Trucks Industry, Value Chain, 2010
Figure 28: North America Electric Hybrid Medium- and Heavy-duty Trucks Industry, Players in the Value Chain, 2010
Figure 29: North America, Hydraulic Hybrid Medium- and Heavy-duty Trucks Industry, Value Chain, 2010
Figure 30: North America, Hydraulic Hybrid Medium- and Heavy-duty Trucks Industry, Players in the Value Chain, 2010
Figure 31: North America, FedEx’s Hybrid Electric Vehicle Fleet, Installed base, 2005–2010
Figure 32: GBI Research Methodology

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