Annual strategy brief for Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), Volvo Trucks North America, PACCAR and Navistar


DUBLIN, June 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Annual Strategic Report – 2022 – North America Top 4 Class 6-8 Truck Manufacturers – Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), Volvo Trucks North America, PACCAR & Navistar – Strategy Focus, Key Strategies & Plans, SWOT, Trends & Growth Opportunities, Market Outlook” has been added to company profile from offer.

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The North American Class 6-8 truck market has shifted into high gear with booming order intake, robust freight volumes and rates and fleet utilization levels while facing challenging modest headwinds in the form of supply chain disruptions and bottlenecks, rising material and semiconductor chip costs. shortages.

The North American Class 6-8 truck market is steadily recovering from the COVID-19 outbreak while shifting into high gear with booming order intake, freight volumes and rates, and service levels. robust fleet utilization among operators that have reached pre-COVID-19 levels while facing modest headwinds in the form of continued challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic marked by disruptions and bottlenecks supply chain issues, labor shortages, rising material costs, limited freight capacity and semiconductor chip shortages that continue to hamper the pace of the global recovery

The industry continues to make steady progress towards developing a range of sustainable technologies focused on long-term transport decarbonisation while continuing to develop innovative services and business models configured on connectivity and autonomy. Efforts have been primarily driven by electrification, focused on both battery-electric and hybrid technologies, with the tipping point for electric trucks coming in 2022 with mass production and commercial deliveries of electric trucks commencing. by industry suppliers.

Additionally, mass-market production, the introduction and adoption of hydrogen-powered trucks, featuring hydrogen fuel cell propulsion systems, and the use of hydrogen as fuel in conventional ICE engines, are likely in the 2030s. In addition, the setting of Tier 2 emission standards by the EPA and NHTSA for medium and heavy-duty vehicles through model year 2027 and the rollout of the 3rd generation of the program DOE’s SuperTruck are likely to further accelerate the pace of development and transition to sustainable propulsion systems. & technologies through United States go forward

The rapid energy transition towards decarbonization and sustainability, the continued investment in infrastructure, in particular the recent transition from $1.2 trillion infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act in the United States with continued strength in the residential construction sector marked by robust housing starts, strong demand from the commodities segment outside of the ongoing e-commerce boom are likely to collectively provide significant growth opportunities to the industry in the near to medium term in the form of fleet replacements, expansion and recapitalizations, particularly in a volatile crude oil price environment.

This is despite projections of a slowing U.S. and global economic recovery in the near term due to uncertainty over the likely direction of the pandemic and rising inflation levels necessitating monetary policy tightening on the part of from the Fed. Overall, trucking in North America should maintain its cruising speed as well as its overall growth momentum in 2022

Against this backdrop, the 2022 edition of the report analyzes the overall strategy direction and provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the strategies and plans being conceptualized and pursued by the North America Top 4 Class 6-8 Truck Manufacturers in the Short to Medium Term

Extracts from the report:

  • Analysis of DTNA’s ambitious plan to drive profitability of North American operations to 12% by 2025

  • Decryption of Daimler’s medium-term technological strategy underpinned by a rapid transition towards sustainable & autonomous technologies marked by significant investments in R&D

  • Volvo is making deeper inroads into the North American market, treating it as a key mid-term growth pivot, with a two-pronged product offensive under its Volvo and Mack brands, rapid electrification of the Class 6 truck portfolio -8 and the introduction of new truck models

  • PACCAR’s rapid progress on the path of technology development with a focus on electrification, hydrogen propulsion and autonomous technologies fueled by industry collaborations

  • Navistar’s 4.0 strategy focused on increasing profitability with an EBITDA target of 12% for 2024 while gaining market share through new product offerings and customer segmentation

  • Class 6-8 trucking expected to maintain cruising speed and overall growth momentum in 2022 with strong drivers, metrics and fundamentals

  • Supply chain disruptions, continued shortages of semiconductor chips, the likely direction of the pandemic, and inflationary pressures in key markets could become potential speed bumps on near-term industry recovery momentum.

Relevance & Usefulness:

  • Strategic planning and decision-making process

  • Analysis of short and medium term strategic direction and key strategies and plans

  • Identification and overview of opportunities and potential growth paths

  • Market development and demand growth projections

  • Analysis of key industry trends, issues and challenges, risk factors and market outlook for 2022

Main topics covered:

Section 1: Overview and Business Overview – North America Top 4 Class 6-8 Truck Manufacturers

Section 2: Financial Performance Analysis – Top 4 Tier 6-8 Industry OEMs

  • Revenue base and growth trend

  • Breakdown of revenues by key segments

  • Breakdown of revenues by geographic markets and key regions

  • Trend of gross profits and margins

  • Trend of operating profit and operating margin

  • Back on the sales trend

  • Profitability growth trend

  • Operating cash flow

  • R&D expenditure trend

  • CAPEX trend

Section 3: Strategic Direction – Among the top 4 OEMs in the industry

Section 4: Key Strategies and Plans – Comprehensive Analysis of Strategies and Plans for OEMs in the Industry – Analysis Coverage

  • Product portfolio strategies and plans

  • Market specific strategies and plans

  • R&D strategies and plans

  • Growth strategies and plans

  • Business and corporate strategies and plans

  • Sales and marketing strategies and plans

  • Production/manufacturing strategies and plans

  • Financial strategies and plans

  • Acquisitions, strategic alliances and JV

  • Other Strategies and Strategic Initiatives

Section 5: SWOT Analysis

  • Assets to be valued

  • Weaknesses to work on

  • Opportunities to seize

  • Threats to deny and mitigate

Section 6: Key Trends

Section 7: Main issues, challenges and risk factors

Section 8: Global Medium and Heavy Duty Trucks Market – Force Field Analysis – Analysis of driving and restraining forces and their overall dynamics

  • Driving forces

  • Restraint forces

Section 9: Strategic Market Outlook

  • Emerging Market Scenario Analysis

  • Demand outlook for 2022

  • Growth projections for the North American and global medium and heavy-duty truck market

  • Overview of potential growth opportunities

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