WHO IS FINDING OUT ABOUT THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: September 28, 2012
Categories: General News

BEN, the automotive industry charity recently published a comprehensive guide to automotive data.  With research compiled and prepared by the Automotive Management team at The University of Buckingham, the report presents the most up-to-date information available and offers the data in a clear and useable format. It is a must have tool for anyone working in the industry from manufacturers to distributors and OEMs to financial institutions.

Ben Book of Numbers

Made possible through the sponsorship of White Clarke Group it contains nearly 100 pages of information along with insight from the University of Buckingham automotive team. The publication covers a wide range of data from the principle sectors below:

  • Global and European New Car Markets
  • UK New Car Market
  • UK Used Car Market
  • European LCV and HGV Markets
  • UK LCV and HGV Markets
  • UK Fleet and Business Market
  • UK Private New Car Market
  • UK Aftersales Market
  • UK Vehicle Finance Market
  • Retail Motor Industry
  • UK Motor Cycle Market

The publication has been very well received from all sectors of the industry and below is a selection of testimonials:

“The BEN Book of Numbers offers a comprehensive database of industry facts and figures in an easily accessible format, a great reference tool,” Chris Sutton, Managing Director, Blackhorse Motor Finance.

"An absolute gem of a publication, packed with interesting, relevant and extremely useful automotive industry stats," James Goddard, Chief Executive, JJ Marketing.

George Murrells, British GT driver for Optimum Motor sport said, “Anyone interested in the automotive sector will find this a really useful guide to the industry, it’s fascinating to see where the UK industry fits in with the rest of Europe and the world.”

The report can be downloaded for £50 inc. VAT from ben.org.uk/BBoN2012.  All the cost (excl. VAT) will be donated to BEN, the automotive industry charity.