Less Than 30000 Light Trucks were Sold in February

March 18,2020

In February, Statistics presents a continuing decline across all categories in the trucking industry. The data showed that in February a total of 78,500 trucks were sold in China, with a year-on-year decrease of 68 percent and month-on-month decline of 73 percent. Among them, around 28,500 light trucks were sold, down 76 percent from a year earlier, the higher monthly decline compared to last month (-12%).
Less Than 30000 Light Trucks were Sold in February

The market leader Foton Motor reported a 50 percent year on year decline in February to 8274 light trucks and held the highest market share of 29 percent. The other two companies occupying more than 10 percent of the market share are JAC and Sinotruk, which gain 17.80 percent and 10.56 percent market share respectively. With regard to market share, the top ten truck makers hold a collective market share of 88.32 percent. Of the top ten truck makers, Foton, JAC and SINOTRUK, the three brands together account for almost 57.37 percent of the total share.

Less Than 30000 Light Trucks were Sold in February

The sales and production of light trucks decline in February mainly because the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak caused some of the manufacturers to temporarily close operations. As the factories are up to almost 100 percent production now, we believe it will pretty much back to normal in March.

Source : www.chinatrucks.com

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