September 2, 2016A new AEM statistics reporting program will track the highly specialized machines that keep our sewer systems clean and functioning efficiently.
Known as truck-mounted sewer jets, these machines remove sand, stones, bottles, cans, grease, sludge and other debris from sanitary and storm sewer lines.
The program includes two products: truck jetters and truck combinations. Participating companies will report monthly shipments by U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Participants have also back-reported to 2014 to provide year-over-year analysis.
The companies initially reporting to the program are: Hi-Vac, Sewer Equipment, Super Products, Vacall, Vac-Con and Vactor. Vac-Con is brand-new to AEM’s statistics programs.
Worldwide Shipments Program
AEM has also launched a worldwide shipments program for Combination Sewer Cleaner Trucks (IF38). AEM worldwide programs allow participating companies to report and receive market share data using ISO standard “country code” lists (ISO 3166-1 has 249 country codes).
Monthly worldwide data was back reported to January 2015, providing participants with year-over-year monthly comparison of industry totals.
Six companies are reporting into this worldwide program: Vacall, Hi-Vac, Sewer Equipment, Super Products, Vac-Con, and Vactor. The two size classes are consistent with the North America programs. This program has its own model chart which contains all models shipped by participating companies to any destination around the world.
Sewer cleaners manufacturers that are AEM member and would like to participate in this program, should contact Debbie Carson at email@example.com or 414-298-4146.
AEM is also seeking manufacturers of trailer jets who would be interested in launching a statistics reporting program.