Exclusive Report Provides NTDA Members with Valuable Benchmarking Data

The typical trailer dealer produced a pre-tax profit of $227, 694 in 2004. In contrast, the high-profit dealer generated a pre-tax profit of $535,376 during the same time period—giving it an annual profit advantage of $307,682. This significant performance gap between the typical and high-profit firm is analyzed in the recently released National Trailer Dealers Association (NTDA) 2005 Dealer Profit Report. Available exclusively to NTDA member participants and featuring detailed financial results of trailer dealer participants, the Report provides comprehensive guidelines for analyzing profitability.

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