Category Management: Class 4-8 Replacement Turbochargers Aftermarket in North America

Category Management: Class 4-8 Replacement Turbochargers Aftermarket in North America

OES and Direct to Fleet will Continue to be the Preferred Replacement Channels in the Heavy-duty Category, while IAM Suppliers will Focus on the Medium-duty Weight Classes

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12-Dec-2022
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North America
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Description

This Frost & Sullivan study covers the class 4 to 6 (medium duty) and class 7 and 8 (heavy duty) replacement turbochargers aftermarket in terms of both volume (million units) and value ($ million). The geographic scope is North America, including the United States and Canada.

The study discusses unit shipment and revenue by product sub-category (new and remanufactured turbochargers) and product technology (variable geometry turbochargers (VGTs) and fixed-geometry turbochargers (FGTs)). It also examines the average manufacturer-level price and its forecast as well as the average retail price points of turbo technologies across both IAM and OES channels. In addition, the study discusses distribution channel share and channel participant mix and revenue.

The base year for analysis is 2021, and the forecast period is from 2022 to 2028. Technology trends, company profiles of key suppliers (OES and IAM), and growth opportunities, including reverse logistics, VGTs, and eTurbo Boosting Technologies, are also discussed.

Author: Benson Augustine

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Class 4-8 Replacement Turbochargers Aftermarket

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Key Questions

Definitions

Key Competitors

Key Findings

VIO

Turbo Penetration in VIO: MD and HD Trucks

EV Penetration in VIO: MD and HD Trucks

Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Summary of Market Trends by Turbo Technology and Product Type

The Principle of CASE* and the Replacement Turbo Aftermarket: 2028

Forecast Assumptions

TAM versus ICE VIO for MD and HD Vehicles

Replacement Turbos: Revenue* and Unit Shipment Forecast

Replacement Turbo Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Sub-category: MD Vehicles

Replacement Turbo Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Sub-category: HD Vehicles

Replacement Unit Turbo Technology Trends: VGT versus FGT

Replacement Turbo Revenue Forecast by Product Sub-category: MD Vehicles

Replacement Turbo Revenue Forecast by Product Sub-category: HD Vehicles

Replacement Unit and Revenue Forecast Analysis

Replacement Turbo Pricing Forecast by Product Sub-category: MD Vehicles

Replacement Turbo Pricing Forecast by Product Sub-category: HD Vehicles

Average MLP Trends of Replacement Turbo by Channel, Product Type, and Technology: MD Vehicles

Average MLP Trends of Replacement Turbos by Channel, Product Type, and Technology: HD Vehicles

Replacement Pricing Trends and Forecast Analysis

Competitive Environment

Revenue Share by Distribution Channel

Revenue Share of Top Participants

Revenue Share Analysis

Company Profiles

Company Profiles (continued)

Company Profiles (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1: Reverse Logistics

Growth Opportunity 1: Reverse Logistics (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: VGTs

Growth Opportunity 2: VGTs (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: eTurbo Boosting Technologies

Growth Opportunity 3: eTurbo Boosting Technologies (continued)

The Last Word: 3 Big Predictions

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

This Frost & Sullivan study covers the class 4 to 6 (medium duty) and class 7 and 8 (heavy duty) replacement turbochargers aftermarket in terms of both volume (million units) and value ($ million). The geographic scope is North America, including the United States and Canada. The study discusses unit shipment and revenue by product sub-category (new and remanufactured turbochargers) and product technology (variable geometry turbochargers (VGTs) and fixed-geometry turbochargers (FGTs)). It also examines the average manufacturer-level price and its forecast as well as the average retail price points of turbo technologies across both IAM and OES channels. In addition, the study discusses distribution channel share and channel participant mix and revenue. The base year for analysis is 2021, and the forecast period is from 2022 to 2028. Technology trends, company profiles of key suppliers (OES and IAM), and growth opportunities, including reverse logistics, VGTs, and eTurbo Boosting Technologies, are also discussed. Author: Benson Augustine
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Author Benson Augustine
Industries Automotive
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Aftermarket Turbo Replacement
Keyword 2 replacement turbochargers aftermarket
Podcast No
WIP Number PDF7-01-00-00-00