Growth Opportunities for Private Label Programs in the Automotive Aftermarket, 2024 2030

Growth Opportunities for Private Label Programs in the Automotive Aftermarket, 2024 2030

Suppliers and Distributors Likely to Transition to New Business Models with a Digital-first Strategy Centered on Sustainability and Accessible Price Points

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29-Mar-2024
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North America
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Market Research
Research Code: K9B0-01-00-00-00
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This research delves into the private labeling in the automotive component industry, focusing on passenger vehicle and light truck classes 1–3 in North America and classes A–F (multi-purpose vehicles, sports utility vehicles, vans, pick-ups) in Europe with a focus on imports from best cost country (BCC) markets in Asia. Using a base year of 2023, this research explores key programs, emerging business models, sourcing hubs, enablers, depth and coverage by component, implication of CASE on PLs, impact of digital retail, and the future of private labeling.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Market dynamics: What are the prominent PL programs and initiatives driving the aftermarket in North America and Europe?
  • Supplier focus: Which components and areas are suppliers prioritizing for PL offerings?
  • Stakeholder ecosystem: Who are the key suppliers and partners involved in PL, and where are the major white label suppliers and hubs located?
  • Geographic variations: How does PL differ across geographies, and how is it different across categories?
  • Future outlook: What is the anticipated evolution of PL, including the changing roles of value chain participants?

By addressing these crucial questions, this research aims to provide comprehensive information and analysis that will help stakeholders make informed decisions and capitalize on the growing opportunities in the PL automotive aftermarket.

Author: Benson Augustine

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Key Private Label (PL) Programs in the Automotive Aftermarket

Scope of Analysis

Key Competitors*

Key Questions the Research Will Address

Distribution Channels

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Key Findings

Key Trends in PL Programs in the Automotive Aftermarket

Emerging Business Models and Regional Trends

Regional Sourcing Hubs for Private Labeling

North America and Europe: Key PL Manufacturers/Enablers

PL Depth and Coverage by Component: North America and Europe

CASE Implications on Private Labeling

The Impact of Digital Retail on Private Labeling

North America: Retailer/Distributor Landscape*

Key PL Programs: NAPA Auto Parts

Key PL Programs: NAPA Auto Parts (continued)

Key PL Programs: NAPA Auto Parts (continued)

Key PL Programs: AutoZone Auto Parts

Key PL Programs: AutoZone Auto Parts (continued)

Key PL Programs: Advance Auto Parts

Key PL Programs: Advance Auto Parts (continued)

Key PL Programs: O’Reilly Auto Parts

Key PL Programs: O’Reilly Auto Parts (continued)

Key PL Programs: Uni-Select

North America: Other Notable PLs

North America: Other Notable PL (continued)

Case Study: CarParts.com

Europe: Retailer/Distributor Landscape*

Key PL Programs: Autodistribution International (ADI)

Key PL Programs: GSF Car Parts

Key PL Programs: Alliance Automotive Group (AAG)

Key PL Programs: LKQ Europe

Key PL Programs: European Buying Groups and Distributors

Key PL Programs: European Buying Groups and Distributors (continued)

The Future and Evolution of Private Labeling: Role of Value Chain Participants

The 3 Big Predictions

Growth Opportunity 1: Private Labeling in Remanufacturing

Growth Opportunity 1: Private Labeling in Remanufacturing (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Emerging Categories

Growth Opportunity 2: Emerging Categories (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: DIY & eRetail

Growth Opportunity 3: DIY & eRetail (continued)

Best Practices Recognition

Frost Radar

Benefits and Impacts of Growth Opportunities

Next Steps

Take the Next Step

List of Exhibits

Legal Disclaimer

This research delves into the private labeling in the automotive component industry, focusing on passenger vehicle and light truck classes 1 3 in North America and classes A F (multi-purpose vehicles, sports utility vehicles, vans, pick-ups) in Europe with a focus on imports from best cost country (BCC) markets in Asia. Using a base year of 2023, this research explores key programs, emerging business models, sourcing hubs, enablers, depth and coverage by component, implication of CASE on PLs, impact of digital retail, and the future of private labeling.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • Market dynamics: What are the prominent PL programs and initiatives driving the aftermarket in North America and Europe?
  • Supplier focus: Which components and areas are suppliers prioritizing for PL offerings?
  • Stakeholder ecosystem: Who are the key suppliers and partners involved in PL, and where are the major white label suppliers and hubs located?
  • Geographic variations: How does PL differ across geographies, and how is it different across categories?
  • Future outlook: What is the anticipated evolution of PL, including the changing roles of value chain participants?

By addressing these crucial questions, this research aims to provide comprehensive information and analysis that will help stakeholders make informed decisions and capitalize on the growing opportunities in the PL automotive aftermarket.

Author: Benson Augustine

More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Benson Augustine
Industries Automotive
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Private Label Programs Industry Trends
Keyword 2 Automotive Aftermarket Market
Keyword 3 Private Label Programs Industry Insights
Podcast No
WIP Number K9B0-01-00-00-00