Ward's Automotive Reports

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News and numbers you can’t do without.

Auto industry players must get the latest, vital statistics on the industry’s health, plus updated news, analysis and projections that impact their companys’ futures. That’s why Ward’s publishes Ward’s Automotive Reports, a weekly newsletter that, since 1924, has given automotive professionals like you the timely and reliable information needed to chart a profitable future.

Model-line, Sales, Production and Inventory Data
  • Manufacturer output schedules
  • Equipment installation rates
  • Engine installation rates
  • Monthly, quarterly, yearly
  • Sales forecasts

Exclusive News and Analysis
  • Product and component programs
  • Marketing strategies
  • Manufacturing issues
  • Partnerships, reorganizations
  • New vehicles and technologies
  • Sourcing plans
  • Labor relations
  • Financial performance
  • Government regulations
  • Technology developments

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