My Little Salesman Intelligence announces positive forecast for heavy equipment sales in California

Equipment sales increased 11.985% in California from 2011 to 2012, demonstrating a rebound for the economy and a positive forecast for manufacturers and dealers selling semi-trucks, trailers, and heavy equipment.
 
Feb. 26, 2013 - PRLog -- Equipment sales increased 11.985% in California from 2011 to 2012, demonstrating a rebound for the economy and a positive forecast for manufacturers and dealers selling semi-trucks, trailers, and heavy equipment.

My Little Salesman research department compared truck and equipment sales totals from each quarter between 2009 to 2012, finding a generally upward trend in purchases of new and used equipment.

Top purchasing industries include groceries & related produce, local and long distance trucking, landscaping contractors, local trucking without storage, and rental and leasing companies.

Models in high demand include Carrier 69-NT-40-331 refrigerator container unit, International Prostar 6x4 truck, Thermo-King SB-230 trailer unit, Kenworth T800 truck, Freightliner M2-112 truck, and Peterbilt 363 truck.

Despite the upward trend in the state, the highest volume counties did not follow a trend in unit sale changes from 2011 to 2012.

• Los Angeles, -7.798%
• San Bernardino, 6.040%
• San Diego, 4.060%
• Orange, -8.169%
• Alameda, 65.944%

“We’re excited about the news out of California,” said My Little Salesman President Jason Pierce. “Our customers have noticed a change and we’re glad to see the data reflect the conversations we’ve been having over the last year.”
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