Strategic Overview of the Automotive Aftermarket in Poland, Forecast to 2024

Strategic Overview of the Automotive Aftermarket in Poland, Forecast to 2024

High Concentration of 10+ Year Old Vehicles Offers Significant Revenue Potential for Independent Aftermarket Participants

RELEASE DATE
05-Dec-2018
REGION
Europe
Research Code: MDBE-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU01746-EU-MR_22613

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This study covers the Class 1-3 vehicles aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value (€ million) across Poland. The base year for analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018 to 2024. This research covers the growth prospects for the Polish automotive aftermarket. It includes analyses of vehicles in operation, new and used vehicle sales, and parts replacement revenues in the automotive aftermarket. The research service discusses the challenges and the growth opportunities offered by new and used car markets in the aftermarket ecosystem. It also includes profiling of major aftermarket participants such as Inter Cars S.A, Auto Partner S.A, iParts Sp. z.o.o, E-autoparts, Oponeo.pl S. A, Autodoc, and Allergo.

Low dispensable income, reduced import tariffs, and lack of emission restrictions have resulted in the rise of import penetration for used vehicles in Poland. The volumes of used vehicle imports is twice as much as new vehicle sales and this proportion has been stable since 2004. The high concentration of 10+ year old used vehicles results in increased emission of noxious exhaust gases and high frequency of vehicle component failures and accidents. These factors result in high demand for brakes, suspension, exhaust components, and collision parts.

The stable economic growth and modest inflation levels are ideal conditions for growth in new vehicle sales. This is expected to create opportunities for OEMs eventually. The increasing average age of vehicles (over 12 years) and high concentration of used vehicles from Western Europe will support incremental long-term revenue growth for aftermarket participants in the parts and service category.

With more than 20,900 workshops in Poland, independent workshops constitute a major portion of the automotive parts sales channel. eRetailers currently hold 15% of the market share. However, this is expected to grow as distributors in Poland are strengthening their positioning in the eCommerce environment.

Key Features

  • Estimate the total market opportunity based on a top-down analysis of vehicles in operation, replacement rates, and available pricing data
  • Identify the top automotive parts distributors and service providers in the Polish automotive aftermarket
  • To identify the growth opportunities and challenges that exist within the Polish automotive aftermarket and how it would impact market participants

Key Issues Addressed

  • What is the short-to-medium term outlook for the Polish automotive aftermarket?
  • What is the structure of the Polish automotive aftermarket? Which are the key industry participants?
  • Which products and services will offer the highest future growth opportunities?
  • How is the competitive landscape changing and how is it expected to evolve?

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Table of Contents

Key Research Findings

Automotive Aftermarket Profile—Poland

Market Size, Parts Category—Poland

Key Findings and Future Outlook—Poland

Research Aim and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Vehicle Segmentation

Research Methodology

Poland—Macro-economic Overview

Poland—Country Highlights

Poland—Key Policies and Regulations

Poland—New Vehicle Sales Forecast

Poland—VIO Forecast

Poland—Used Car Sales Analysis

Poland—Vehicle in Operation by Age

Poland—VIO by Brand

Poland—Key Growth Drivers

Replacement Rates of Selected Parts in the Polish Aftermarket

Automotive Aftermarket—Manufacturer-level Replacement Parts Revenue Forecast

Poland LV Aftermarket—Percent Revenue by Sales Channel

Light Vehicle (LV) Aftermarket—Key LV Distributors in Poland

Inter Cars S.A.

Inter Cars S.A. Business Model

Auto Partner S.A.

PV and LCV Aftermarket—Key Suppliers

OEM Strategies

OEM New Business Models and Technology

Fiat Mopar Connect—Case Study

Opel Retail Club—Case Study

eCommerce and Online Retail Definitions

iParts Sp. z.o.o.—Company Profile

E-autoparts—Company Profile

Oponeo.pl S. A.—Company Profile

Autodoc—Company Profile

Allergo—Company Profile

eBay—Company Profile

Growth Opportunity—Invest in New-age Diagnostic Equipment and Up-skill Service Professionals

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This study covers the Class 1-3 vehicles aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value (€ million) across Poland. The base year for analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018 to 2024. This research covers the growth prospects for the Polish automotive aftermarket. It includes analyses of vehicles in operation, new and used vehicle sales, and parts replacement revenues in the automotive aftermarket. The research service discusses the challenges and the growth opportunities offered by new and used car markets in the aftermarket ecosystem. It also includes profiling of major aftermarket participants such as Inter Cars S.A, Auto Partner S.A, iParts Sp. z.o.o, E-autoparts, Oponeo.pl S. A, Autodoc, and Allergo. Low dispensable income, reduced import tariffs, and lack of emission restrictions have resulted in the rise of import penetration for used vehicles in Poland. The volumes of used vehicle imports is twice as much as new vehicle sales and this proportion has been stable since 2004. The high concentration of 10+ year old used vehicles results in increased emission of noxious exhaust gases and high frequency of vehicle component failures and accidents. These factors result in high demand for brakes, suspension, exhaust components, and collision parts. The stable economic growth and modest inflation levels are ideal conditions for growth in new vehicle sales. This is expected to create opportunities for OEMs eventually. The increasing average age of vehicles (over 12 years) and high concentration of used vehicles from Western Europe will support incremental long-term revenue growth for aftermarket participants in the parts and service category. With more than 20,900 workshops in Poland, independent workshops constitute a major portion of the automotive parts sales channel. eRetailers currently hold 15% of the market share. However, this is expected to grow as distributors in Poland are strengthening their positioning in the eCommerce environment.-
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Author Sandeep Iruppam Veedu
Industries Automotive
WIP Number MDBE-01-00-00-00
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