African Commercial Vehicle Market Through 2021

African Infrastructure Development is Driving Expansion and Boosting Investments in Commercial Vehicle Markets in West and East Africa

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Africa’s industrial prospects have evolved over the last twenty years, as the continent entered a period of sustained growth. That growth has spurred developments in transport infrastructure and improved industrial prospects. One of these sectors is the automotive assembly and manufacturing sector.This research service covers the commercial vehicle market in East and West Africa’s key economies such as Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Ghana. The commercial vehicle market consists of light, medium, and heavy commercial vehicles. This study covers all of these segments with the exception of buses and off-highway vehicles. These markets are characterised by strong economic, infrastructure, and industrial growth.

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African Commercial Vehicle Market Through 2021Executive SummaryKey FindingsResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyDefinitions and SegmentationKey Industry Participant Groups Compared in this StudyThe East and West African Political Economy and Transport InfrastructureTrade Corridors in Sub-Saharan AfricaAfrican MobilityImpact of Top Industry Mega Trends on African EconomiesImpact of Top Industry Mega Trends on African Economies (continued)Impact of Top Industry Mega Trends on African Economies (continued)Sub-Saharan Africa—Trade and CommerceSub-Saharan Africa—Trade and Major AgreementsSub-Saharan Africa—Trade and Major Agreements (continued)Trade and Major Agreements—The East African Community (EAC)Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)African Association of Automotive Manufacturers (AAAM)Assembly and Manufacturing Footprint of Top AutomakersEast Africa InfrastructureEast Africa—InfrastructureKenya—Logistics PerformanceKenya—Road TransportEthiopia—Logistics PerformanceEthiopia—Infrastructure Project ExpenditureEthiopia—Transport InfrastructureEthiopia—Transport Infrastructure: RoadsEthiopia—Airport Infrastructure and ProjectsEthiopia—Rail Infrastructure and ProjectsWest Africa InfrastructureNigeria—Logistics PerformanceNigeria—Road Infrastructure and ProjectsNigeria—Road Infrastructure ProjectsNigeria—Road Infrastructure Projects (continued)Nigeria—Road Infrastructure Projects (continued)Nigeria—Road Infrastructure Projects (continued)Nigeria—Rail and Maritime ProjectsGhana—Logistics PerformanceGhana—Infrastructure Project ExpenditureGhana—Infrastructure and LogisticsGhana—Road Infrastructure and ProjectsGhana—Ongoing and Future Road ProjectsGhana—Ongoing and Future Road Projects (continued)Ghana—Rail and Maritime ProjectsGhana—Rail and Maritime Projects (continued)Drivers and Restraints—Commercial Vehicle MarketMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)East Africa Commercial Vehicle AnalysisKenya—Key IndicatorsKenya—Economic Performance and InvestmentKenya—Automotive IndustryKenya—Commercial Automotive MarketKenya—Commercial Automotive Market (continued)Kenya—Automotive LegislationKenya—Automotive Legislation (continued)Kenya—Automotive Legislation (continued)Kenya—Automotive Industry OverviewKenya—Assembly Sector SummaryKenya—Company Profile of General Motors East AfricaKenya—Commercial Vehicles MarketKenya—Commercial Vehicles SWOT AnalysisEthiopia—Key IndicatorsEthiopia—Economic Performance and InvestmentEthiopia—Economic Performance and Investment (continued)Ethiopia—Economic Performance and Investment (continued)Ethiopia—Economic Performance and Investment (continued)Ethiopia—Development of Industrial ParksEthiopia—Development of Industrial Parks (continued)Ethiopia—Industrial Parks Currently in OperationEthiopia—Commercial Vehicle MarketEthiopia—Commercial Vehicle Market (continued)Ethiopia—Commercial Vehicle Market (continued)Ethiopia—Assembly Sector SummaryEthiopia—Investment and Industrial LegislationEthiopia—Commercial Vehicles SWOT AnalysisWest African Commercial Vehicle AnalysisNigeria—Key Indicators and OverviewNigeria—Commercial Vehicle MarketNigeria—Automotive Manufacturing and Assembly SectorNigeria—Automotive Manufacturing and Assembly Sector (continued)Nigeria—Automotive Manufacturing and Assembly Sector (continued)Nigeria—Automotive Manufacturing and Assembly Sector (continued)Nigeria—Commercial Vehicles MarketNigeria—Commercial Vehicle SalesNigeria—Legislative and Policy OverviewNigeria—Legislative and Policy Overview (continued)Nigeria—SWOT Analysis of Commercial Vehicles MarketGhana—Key Indicators and OverviewGhana—Economy and InvestmentGhana—Economy and Investment (continued)Ghana—Automotive IndustryGhana—Automotive MarketGhana—Automotive Market HistoryGhana—Company Profile of Kantanka MotorsGhana—Commercial Vehicle MarketGhana—Commercial Vehicle SalesGhana—Automotive LegislationGhana—Duties and TaxesGhana—Valuation of Imported CarsGhana—Existing Automotive LegislationGhana—SWOT Analysis of Commercial Vehicle and Bus MarketGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—Invest/Expand in Local Assembly and ManufacturingGrowth Opportunity 2—Improve Commercial Vehicle Services and Workshop CoverageGrowth Opportunity 3—Aftermarket Sales3 Major Growth Opportunities Strategic Imperatives for Commercial AutomakersThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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