James Norris
Senior Analyst, Heavy Commercial Vehicle Forecasting
LMC Automotive

James Norris is Senior Analyst (Heavy Commercial Vehicle Forecasting) and Lead Analyst (Heavy Bus and Coach Segment) at LMC Automotive. He has four years’ experience working in the heavy vehicle industry, and is the author and creator of LMC’s Global Bus Forecast, a publication that considers macro-economic effects and industry-specific factors in order to analyse and forecast supply and demand for buses and coaches.

James holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Surrey, with a Bachelor’s degree (honours) in Business Economics from the University of Portsmouth. He also has experience working as an Assistant Economist for Oxford Economics, a world-renowned economic forecasting consultancy.

LMC Automotive is the leading provider of automotive production, sales and powertrain forecasts and automotive industry market intelligence. Their market analysis and forecasts, carried out from offices across the globe, are supported by experienced professionals with broad, long and varied experience in the automotive sector. LMC Automotive’s forecasting and analysis products are supplemented by an unmatched level of customer support from their global team. By targeting the key issues defining the automotive industry, and working with dedicated partners, LMC Automotive provides the most focused, responsive, timely and cost-effective market planning and analysis products available.

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