In the first ten months of the year distribution agencies report having sold 2,115 units.
The companies who are member of the Association of Importers of Vehicles and Equipment (Aivema) reported increases of between 4.6% and 10% in imports of trucks in recent years, in a market with a high level of competition.
During 2012, the country imported $101.3 million worth of trucks for the transport of goods, an increase of approximately 22% compared to 2011, when the figure was $ 83.2 million.
A report on Truck Imports in El Salvador by CentralAmericaData offers a very detailed vision of the market for this product in the country. It allows an analysis of changes in consumption patterns, identification and monitoring of key market participants and a study of the price trends, among other things.
As of January 2013, 25% of the fleet of fuel trucks will be disbanded.
A group of about 180 tanks fuel will not be allowed to continue their public service transport because they have not complied with the requirement to submit applications for renewal before the agreed deadline (31 July 2012).
The National Water and Sewerage Administration in El Salvador is putting out to tender its entire vehicle fleet.
The tender is for the maintenance of light and heavy vehicles belonging to the Institution, during the year 2012 - Maintenance of vehicle fleet of the National Administration of Aqueducts and Sewers (ANDA).
With a reference price of $ 1.5 million, the Ministry of Health will contract drinking water distribution services.
The tender is for the transportation, distribution and supply of drinking water through 8.000 to 9.000 gallon tankers in the provinces of Darien, Colón, Los Santos, Veraguas, Chiriquí, Herrera as well as East and West Panama and the metropolitan region.