BMI View: The slow recovery in consumer sentiment will boost passenger vehicle sales in 2016. Passenger
vehicle sales will continue to outpace commercial vehicle sales and maintain the majority of the total
539,052 vehicles sold in 2016.
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BMI View: We believe that a number of variables are set to assist the GDP growth of Netherlands in 2016,
such as domestic demand bolstered by a recovery in the domestic housing market. Furthermore, German
economic prowess and strength will naturally benefit the Dutch ..."
BMI View: Total vehicle sales will be dominated by passenger vehicle figures, which will be driven by low
base effects and an uptick in household consumption. However, total sales volumes will grow to 571,316
units in 2020, although this is below the peak level of 627 ..."
BMI View: A confluence of factors are set to aid real GDP growth in the Netherlands in 2016, namely
domestic demand, bolstered by a fiscal stimulus package, and a sustained recovery in the housing market,
which provide upside risk to our freight forecasts. Net exports ..."
BMI View: Low base effects and an uptick in household consumption will drive a slow recovery in the
autos market with total vehicle sales growing 3.5% in 2016 to 533,331 units.
? GDP forecast to grow 1.9% in 2016 and at an average of 1.9% over our 2016 ..."
BMI View: We expect continued growth for the Dutch freight industry in 2016 and over the medium term.
Private consumption will be a key for economic growth amidst falling gas exports, supporting import
growth and thereby having a positive impact on all freight modes i ..."
BMI View: Over 2015, the Netherland's freight industry will post good growth, with rail freight seeing the
strongest growth. In particular rail and road freight will benefit from rising domestic consumption, growth
in Germany's economy and strong fuel demand across Eu ..."
BMI maintains a nominally bullish outlook on autos sales in the Netherlands in 2015, forecasting a 3.3%
uptick in volumes over the full year. This comes on the back of several years of sustained declines in
vehicle sales volumes and low base effects from 2014. BMI mai ..."
In 2011, the Netherlands had 471 cars per thousand people, and its total network of roads measured 137,692 km (85557.84 miles), indicating the commercial viability of the automotive sector in the country. Furthermore, the total number of cars in use during the same year was ap ..."
BMI View: During the course of 2015, there will be a broadly similar level of performance growth across
the different freight modes in the Netherlands. The annual outperformer in growth terms is poised to be rail
freight (3.95%), while road freight brings up the rear ..."