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This research service analyzes the automotive and commercial truck filters aftermarket in the United States and Canada. The research includes unit shipment and revenue forecast, pricing analysis, distribution channel analysis, market share analysis, market drivers and restraints, market overview, key conclusions and findings, and a future outlook. The product scope includes air, fuel, oil, and cabin air filters, as well as coolant filters and fuel/water separators. All units, prices, and revenue are presented at the manufacturer level and expressed in US dollars. The base year is 2013. Forecasts are provided from 2014 to 2020, and historical data is provided for 2010 to 2012.
Research Aims and Objectives
Aim The aim of this study is to provide a strategic analysis of the Class 1 to 8 filters aftermarket in North America. Objectives
-Calculate the size of the Class 1 to 8 filters aftermarket through primary research interviews with leading market participants, and estimate its direction over the next 5 to 7 years by analysing market drivers and restraints.
-Understand the competitive structure of the aftermarket and identify the key success factors.
-Identify the main competitors and analyse their market strategies.
-Highlight technological shifts in the aftermarket and how they affects new opportunities.
-Analyse shifts in product preferences and within distribution channels to determine which competitors are best positioned for growth.
Key Questions this Study Will Answer
What are the key market trends prevalent in the total Class 1 to 8 filters aftermarket?
What are the most important competitive factors?
Who are the key industry participants and what is their value proposition? How does distribution differ between the Class 1 to 3 (light duty) and Class 4 to 8 (medium and heavy duty) vehicle segments?
How is the competitive landscape changing in the Class 1 to 8 total filters aftermarket? What are the implications for existing competitors and those planning to enter the market?
What is the short-to-medium term demand outlook for filters in the Class 1 to 8 vehicle aftermarket?
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