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Truck & Bus Builder is a specialist publishing company providing news and statistical analysis about the world commercial vehicle manufacturing industry. We have been providing accurate and unbiased information to the industry since 1978.

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Our core product, Truck & Bus Builder, is the international newsletter of commercial vehicle manufacturing developments. It is published on a monthly basis and includes the following quarterly supplements, Truck & Bus Builder INDIA, Truck & Bus Builder EAST ASIA and Truck & Bus Builder SOUTH AMERICA.

Our team

Our editorial team is made up of professionals based throughout the world with many years of experience in the industry.

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Our customers include many of the major commercial vehicle manufacturers and component suppliers as well as fleet operators, management consultants, investment banks, research institutions, government bodies and trade associations.

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About Truck & Bus Builder

Truck & Bus Builder is a niche publishing company specialising in the provision of news and analysis to the world commercial vehicle manufacturing industry. Truck & Bus Builder was established in 1978 and has been providing a much needed service to the industry for more than 30 years.

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Truck & Bus Builder (T&BB) is the international newsletter of commercial vehicle manufacturing developments.  Published monthly, it includes supplements on East Asia, India and South America.

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The move to electric buses has gained significant momentum over the last two years largely due to factors such as CO2 emissions reductions, air quality in cities and reduced dependency on fossil fuels.

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The European trailer market is in a healthy state and is set to remain strong over the next few years. For a comprehensive review of the market, order your copy of the eighth edition of this highly regarded report today.

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The Indian tipper market is a sector that in the coming years has strong growth potential fuelled by various applications throughout the country but particularly in the construction and mining industries.

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During the past five years, the truck industry in India has been highly volatile with demand for trucks (3.5t and above) almost halving before making a recovery to 191,000 units by 2014. Moderate growth is now forecast and the market is expected to top 500,000 units by 2020.

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Still in its infancy, India’s trailer building business is predicted to grow substantially over the next four years to 2020. This, says RACE, is as a result of major changes in government policy to enforce weight regulations and improve building quality and safety.

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The Indian bus market is expected to expand steadily in the next five years. It remains a duopolistic market place, with just two manufacturers, Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, sharing more than 65 per cent of the 80,000 vehicles sold annually.

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The World Truck Manufacturing Report

The world truck market above 3.5 tonnes gross is presently sitting around the 4,000,000 unit mark from where it is expected to grow as more economies recover and become stable.

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