NTTC Releases New Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis
Increased tonnage, revenue, and fleet size; forecasts future growth 

NTTC is proud to announce the release of the second edition of the Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis.  The Tank Truck Market Analysis represents the most comprehensive and current study of tonnage, revenue, and fleet size for the unique tank truck segment.  This new edition covers forecasts for changes and growth in 2017, 2021, and 2026 in addition to restating the previous report’s data, incorporating updated or newly available information.

The Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis is the only research that systemically measures the tank truck segment.  To do so, our researchers leverage information from the U.S. Census Bureau, an advisory committee of NTTC members, and proprietary, in-house, databases to model the segment’s tonnage, revenue, and tractor capacity.  In addition to providing data on the for-hire and private segments of the tank truck sector, this report breaks down the data across twelve different commodity groups.

The Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis is available to carrier & fleet members and can be purchased by associate members for $250 per copy and non-members for $400 per copy.  As an added value, Tank Truck University (TTU), NTTC's education program, has invited Bob Costello, the American Trucking Associations' Chief Economist and lead researcher on the report, will discuss the new Tank Truck Market Analysis in a webinar on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.  Registration for this webinar will be complimentary for NTTC carrier and fleet members and those who purchased a copy of the Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis

NTTC is already hard at work developing the 2019 report, adding estimates of numbers of trailers by commodity type.  NTTC thanks Bob Costello and Rod Suarez of the American Trucking Associations and our carriers who volunteered time and information to make this study a reality.

For further information, or if you have questions please contact NTTC at (703) 838-1960.