2014 North American Category Management Report: Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators

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This research provides an overview of the North American starters and alternators aftermarket for passenger cars, light trucks, and commercial vehicles. It includes unit shipment and revenue forecasts, percent of revenue by product type, pricing analyses, distribution channel analyses, and market share analyses. This research covers both remanufactured and new starters and alternators sold through automotive aftermarket distribution channels in the United States and Canada. The base year of this study is 2014. Historical data is presented for 2011 to 2013. Segments include Class 1 to 3 for passenger cars and Class 4 to 8 for commercial trucks. The forecasts for unit shipments, pricing, and revenue are shown from 2015 to 2021.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastResearch ScopeResearch ScopeDefinitions and SegmentationProduct/Technology/Application/Services SegmentationProduct DefinitionsMarket Definitions Vehicle Segmentation Forecasts and Trends—Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment by Vehicle TypeRevenue by Vehicle TypePercent Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Type DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionClass 1-3 Starters and Alternators AftermarketClass 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by ComponentUnit Shipments and Revenue Forecast by Product TypePercent Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Component and Product Type DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionClass 1-3 New Starters and Alternators AftermarketClass 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPricing AnalysisPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareClass 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPricing AnalysisPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareClass 4-8 Starters and Alternators AftermarketClass 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by ComponentUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product TypePercent Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Type DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionClass 4-8 New Starters and Alternators AftermarketClass 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPricing AnalysisPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareClass 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPricing AnalysisPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsThe Last Word—DiscussionLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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