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Commercial Fleet Sales Down 6.3% in July

Commercial fleet sales from nine manufacturers totaled 62,706 in July 2020, representing a 6.3% overall decrease when compared to the same time last year, though the market is improving.

Fleet Sales Continue to Decline in June

Commercial fleet sales from nine manufacturers totaled 53,628 in June 2020, representing a 26% decrease when compared to the same time last year, though the declines are not as significant as seen in the last two months, which were both more than 65% drops.

Video: State of the Fleet Industry Week of July 6, 2020

Topics mentioned in today's video includes: The recovery of the national economy; overview of the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI); fleet and retail sales trends; the results of Automotive Fleet's latest COVID-19 pulse survey; trends in the wholesale used vehicle market; and more.

Belgium Fleet Market Down in 2020

The fleet market in Belgium has seen 33,000 fewer fleet sales so far this year, when compared to last year, with the total automotive market accounting for a 93,900 drop.

Croatia Fleet Registrations See Decline

The commercial fleet market in Croatia saw registrations decline by 40.5% in May, reported 437 units, overall, Dataforce found. The passenger market saw a larger dip of 79%.

Video: State of the Fleet Industry Week of June 15, 2020

Topics mentioned in today's video includes the reopening of all OEM assembly plants; fleet sales in May 2020; a decline in fleet operating costs; the declining supply of used vehicles in the wholesale market; and industry conferences moving to a virtual format

Fleet Sales Still Low in May

Commercial fleet sales from nine manufacturers totaled 23,866 in May 2020, representing a 68.9% year-over-year decrease, continuing a streak of significant monthly declines since the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Africa Fleet Sales Plummet Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Domestic sales of new light commercial vehicles and medium- and heavy-trucks in South Africa continued to decline significantly amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with overall vehicle sales in the country dropping by 98.4% in April.