Vans have been around for a long time and with the rise in home delivery, their market may be in for massive boom.
Back in the late 70's and early 80's, vans played a major role in personal transportation. Many consumers look to this market for moving both their families and friends. And with this rise came a rise in the aftermarket world as well. With mini-bars and waterbeds, custom cargo vans were a big player in the aftermarket world and when you add in their interior size, families loved them too.
But with the rise of the minivan market, Cargo Vans soon became a dying marketplace. They still had a market for delivery products and contractors to our homes, but for personal use this market has since dissolved.
New life has been given to this marketplace with the rise in home delivery as many companies scramble to meet the ever growing demand in sales. But with more interest in saving the world, many of the major online retailers are looking for greener ways to deliver products to your home.
Say hello to the rise of the "Green Cargo Van" market, as many new companies are looking to cash in on this new market. And with hardly any competition from the big automotive brands, this market has loads of potential for growth.
So sit back and relax as AutoLooks takes you on a journey of the Green Cargo Van marketplace.
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