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Exclusive - Commercial Fleet Buying Intentions for MY-2012 Article Now Live

May 20, 2011

TORRANCE, CA - Automotive Fleet’s Editor Mike Antich has written a detailed article covering commercial fleet buying intentions for the 2012 model-year.

Here’s a quick overview:

"Factors influencing 2012 fleet ordering include the improving national economy, initiatives to acquire more fuel-efficient units, and right-sizing trends. However, these forces are tempered by ongoing pressure to reduce capital expenditures. With approximately 70 percent of corporate fleet managers reporting to sourcing groups, there is increased focus on initial acquisition costs and ways to reduce capital expenditures. Here's our forecast of commercial fleet buying inclinations for MY-2012."

For the complete article, check it out here: Commercial Fleet Buying Intentions for 2012-MY.

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