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North America Category Management Report-Replacement Demand Analysis for Class 6-8 Selected Emission Control and Aftertreatment Components Aftermarket, Forecast to 2024
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|Published||Content info||96 Pages
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|North America Category Management Report-Replacement Demand Analysis for Class 6-8 Selected Emission Control and Aftertreatment Components Aftermarket, Forecast to 2024|
|Published: January 30, 2019||Content info: 96 Pages||
Strict Emission Mandates and OEM Emphasis on Selective Catalytic Reductions (SCRs) will Continue to Fuel a Segment High CAGR of 13% from 2017 to 2024
This report covers the Class 6-8 vehicles exhaust aftertreatment aftermarket in terms of volume (in Million units) and value ($ Billion) across the United States and Canada. It discusses unit shipments, revenue average price, distribution channel share, and market share. The base year for this analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is from 2018 to 2024.
The research report covers the following product categories:
The North American heavy duty exhaust aftertreatment aftermarket is expected to show growth in unit shipments in the coming years. Increase in vehicles in operation (VIO) coupled with rising average vehicle age will help improve the unit shipments during the forecast period. Legislations pertaining to emissions will be the major driver across segments.
Overall unit shipments will experience an increase considering the fact that the market is expanding. Periodic regulations will be a major driver for installations in this category. Further, revenues will experience significant growth due to the increase in the average price per unit. Key channel partners in the class 6-8 segment are the OES channel and warehouse distributors (WDs). OES have a strong hold in this segment due to the guarantees and buyback programs associated with OE dealerships.
DOCs are the major contributor to the overall market but SCRs will surpass the contribution by DOCs during the forecast period. The overall average unit price is expected to increase marginally during the forecast period across all segments. The major suppliers are BorgWarner Inc., Detroit Diesel Corporation, Cummins Inc., Tenneco, ESW, Roadwarrior, CARDONE Industries, Inc., AP Exhaust Products, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH, DCL International Inc., Delphi Auto Parts, Denso Corporation, Donaldson Company, Inc., Dorman Products, Inc., Redline Emissions Products, and BorgWarner among others.
This research also summarizes key suppliers, their core competency, brands, channel focus and positioning, OEM associations, and aftermarket expertise among others.
Key areas this study will cover are as follows: