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Statistically Speaking Tracks Statistically Speaking By Jeff Jones, Statistical Surveys


Registration for the light- and medium-duty trailer industry rose 2.4 percent in June 2015. Nationally, registration data is up 2.1 percent for the fi rst six months of 2015. Below are the details of the market’s performance for the fi ve trailer segments as reported by Statistical Surveys.


Trailer Type June 2015 Boat


2.5 %


Enclosed .09 % Horse


Livestock Open


Industry


-1.5 % 9.1 % 1.1 % 2.4 %


Jan.-June 2015 5.4 % .08%


-1.0 % 10.9 % 1.3 % 2.1 %


Please note that Maine and Tennessee are experiencing data delays. The data will be placed in the correct month once it’s received.


The following are the top fi ve states in sales growth for all trailer segments for the fi rst six months of 2015.


Ranking 1 2 3 4 5


State


Oklahoma Oregon Idaho


Alaska Maryland


Percent Growth 37.5 % 24.5 % 22.8 % 19.6 % 17.7 %


Industry registrations for the fi rst six months of 2015 were up over 2014. 2015 continues to be an up year in registrations for the light- and medium-duty trailer industry.


If there are any questions or if Statistical Surveys, Inc. can help, please contact Jeff Jones at (254) 715-1314 or at


jjones@statisticalsurveys.com.


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