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Chinese Manufacturers Driving Growth, Threatening Remanufacturers
This research service analyzes demand for CV driveaxle replacement parts for passenger cars and light trucks in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. It is a category management deliverable designed to provide market data for manufacturers, parts distributors, and automakers that sell and service chassis components. It includes unit shipment and revenue forecasts for both new and re-manufactured CV driveaxles. The deliverable also includes pricing, distribution channel and market share analyses. Findings are based on Frost & Sullivan's bottom-up research methodology. The base year is 2013, the historical period is 2010-2012 and the forecast covers 2014-2020. All units, prices, and revenue are presented at the manufacturer level and expressed in U.S. dollars.
1 Two-step retail distributors such as AutoZone, Advance Auto Parts/Carquest, and O’Reilly Auto Parts make up the largest distribution channel in the United States (% of units and revenue), but traditional 2- and 3-step warehouse distributors (WDs) still purchase the most parts in Canada and Mexico.
2 Cardone Industries remains the market leader, but its position is under increasing threat from the Chinese suppliers Wonh Industries, GSP North America, and Heri Automotive because these suppliers offer lower prices and longer payment terms for new CV driveaxles.
3 Manufacturer-level average prices will increase by approximately % annually, well below the overall rate of inflation. The growth of large distribution and the commoditized status of CV driveaxles will make it harder for manufacturers and remanufacturers to serve this market profitably.
4 Unit shipment demand will grow by less than 1% annually, and all of the growth will take place in the new CV driveaxles segment with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of%. The unit shipment demand for remanufactured parts will decline by % annually.
5 Total manufacturer-level revenue will increase from $ million in 2013 to approximately $ million in 2020, with rising sales of higher-priced new constant velocity (CV) driveaxles driving most of the growth.
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