Strategic Analysis of the North American Class 6-8 Remanufactured Powertrain Components Aftermarket
This research service analyzes the Class 6-8 remanufactured powertrain components 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, a market overview, key conclusions and findings, and a future outlook. The product scope includes remanufactured engines, remanufactured transmissions, remanufactured clutches, and remanufactured turbochargers for heavy duty commercial vehicles. All units, prices, and revenue are presented at the manufacturer level and expressed in US dollars. The base year is 2012. Forecasts are provided from 2013 to 2019, and historical data is provided for 2009 to 2011.
Total manufacturer-level revenue will increase from $ billion in the 2012 base year to approximately $ billion in 2019, with increasingly sophisticated components such as variable geometry turbochargers driving most of the growth.
Unit shipments of remanufactured engines, transmissions, and clutches will decline because of improving original equipment quality and increasing competition from new replacement parts, but sales of remanufactured turbochargers will rise by about % annually.
With well established core management systems, the original equipment supplier (OES) channel held about % of aftermarket revenue in 2012 and is likely to gain additional share in the coming years, as increasing powertrain system complexity makes remanufacturing more difficult for independent suppliers.
Rising prices—from % to% annually—will drive revenue higher. The increased amount of electro-mechanical content in remanufactured powertrain system components to make them compliant with fuel economy and emissions regulations will make products more expensive to distributors, installers, fleets, and truck owners.
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) Caterpillar, Detroit Reman, Eaton, Honeywell, Cummins, and Meritor hold the highest market shares, with independent suppliers struggling to penetrate the aftermarket.
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