Sunday, 24 April 2016

Enviro Save Metal Treatment: Average Car on the Road Still Getting Older, But f...

Enviro Save Metal Treatment: Average Car on the Road Still Getting Older, But f...: On June 30, 2014 Forbes magazine published an article written by Jim Henry titled “Average Car on the Road Still Getting Older, But for t...

Average Car on the Road Still Getting Older, But for the right reasons


On June 30, 2014 Forbes magazine published an article written by Jim Henry titled “Average Car on the Road Still Getting Older, But for the right reasons”

The age of the average car on the road has finally hit a plateau. That is good news for the auto industry, because it implies people are finally starting to replace their cars and trucks instead of hanging onto them.

For the last few years the age of the U.S. so called “fleet” kept hitting new records, with the average car passing 10 years old, then 11 years old at an extraordinary pace even though new vehicle sales had begin to recover. That’s partly because new car production dropped so low before, during and immediately after the Great Recession. With millions fewer new cars on the road, naturally that drove the average age up.

The other factor was that consumer confidence was so low and employment so apparently shaky that even consumers who could afford it and who had access to credit didn’t want to invest in a new car unless they absolutely had to replace one that broke beyond repair.

Many of those that did buy bought a used car instead of a new one.  And many consumers couldn’t afford it, and didn’t have easy access to credit, especially if they had subprime credit.

Accordingly, the age of the average vehicle on American roads hit 11.4 years earlier this year, according to an HIS automobile study based on Polk Co. registration data. What is new is that analysts expect the average age to stay there through 2015, and then very gradually increase to an estimated 11.7 years in 2019.

If the run up to 11.4 years through the end of 2013 was out of necessity, analysts attribute the gradual increase for the next five years to the fact that today’s cars are built with higher quality and last longer. 

Meanwhile, the Power Information Network reported based on dealership transaction data that the average trade in for the first quarter of 2014 was 6.5 years old. That marked a small increase from the same quarter a year ago, at 6.4 years, but it came after two quarters in a row of zero years over year increase, in the third and fourth quarters of 2013. That’s another way of saying new vehicles and newer used cars are moving again.


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Average Car On The Road Still Getting Older But For The Right Reasons



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Friday, 15 April 2016

Enviro Save Metal Treatment: Enviro Save At The Kiwanis Trade Show

Enviro Save Metal Treatment: Enviro Save At The Kiwanis Trade Show: Kiwanis Trade Show Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada April 15- 17, 2016 Enviro Save Global Distribution w...

Enviro Save At The Kiwanis Trade Show



Kiwanis Trade Show
Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada
April 15- 17, 2016






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Enviro Save Metal Treatment: Metal Treatment Acquisition: Part of Strategic Ini...

Enviro Save Metal Treatment: Metal Treatment Acquisition: Part of Strategic Ini...: News Release For Immediate Release April 15, 2016 Metal Treatment Acquisition: Part of Strategic Initiative For Future Growth V...

Metal Treatment Acquisition: Part of Strategic Initiative For Future Growth

News Release
For Immediate Release
April 15, 2016

Metal Treatment Acquisition: Part of Strategic Initiative For Future Growth

Vancouver, BC - Enviro-Save Global Marketing Ltd of Williams Lake, is pleased to announce that it has recently acquired the marketing and distribution rights of Enviro-Save Metal Treatment.

According to the company’s President Bob Schneider “We acquired this industrial product line because we saw its potential, quality and value.” To make room for this product the company has expanded its warehouse space from 700 sq ft to 4200 sq ft. 

Enviro-Save is the brainchild of Warren Casperson whose vision was to create an industrial product whose one time application would reduce friction and wear on metal bearing surfaces in different types of mechanical components.  
As a compliment to, but unlike an oil substance that resides temporarily on the metal’s surface, his invention was a breakthrough in metal treatment technology. The substance when applied to any metal surface fills in the entire porous surface of the metal thereby making the metal bearing surface smooth, thus resulting in a reduction of friction and wear between the moving metal parts. According to Casperson “This increases both the efficiency and the overall life span of the entire mechanical unit, usually doubling or tripling its component life.  Some examples would include motors, transmission, differentials and hydraulics.”

Casperson saw the value of his invention transcending across many industries; most notably the transportation industry where he saw the vast amount of benefits that would be gained by the consumer. This would include an increase in vehicle life, a reduction in repair cost, an increase in fuel mileage, and a reduction in harmful emissions.

When asked about his future plans for his new acquisition, Schneider said “With this product line our intent is to consolidate our Canadian market and then to expand into the United States and eventually Asia.” He concluded by saying ”We are confident that our new business model will provide the consumers in Canada, the United States and Asia the opportunity to see the many  benefits that this amazing metal treatment product has to offer.“
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