Shock absorbers vary widely in their detail design if not in their external appearance. Since any shock absorber is essentially a means of absorbing (and dissipating) the energy of the oscillating spring so as to return it to its static position as quickly as
possible, alternatives to the hydraulic type may be conceived.
This service on shock absorbers includes market trends, shares and forecasts as well as a technical round-up of various
technologies and brief company profiles. Our manufacturer market share estimates for OE shock absorbers cover global, Europe, North America, Japan and South Korea. Our forecasts cover conventional shock absorbers and electronic shock absorbers.
Based on exclusive interviews, primary research and proprietary data this global market study includes:
(The Contents on this Website is a Condensed Version of the Original Report. To View the Complete Version, Please Request a Sample.)
- Automotive OE shock absorbers (conventional and electronic shock absorbers) fitment and market size data for the top 14 markets
- A review of the latest technological developments and market trends (including active suspension systems, ride control technology, dynamic roll control, smart passive damping, semi- to fully-active systems, valve technology)
- Regional market share data tables and commentary
- Country share data tables and commentary for the top 14* markets
- Exclusive interviews with OE suppliers including Tenneco, Meyle, ZF, Pro2, BWI Group, KYB (news and interviews only available in QUBE)
- Updated profiles of the major automotive shock absorber suppliers including their strategies and prospects
- A sector PESTER analysis