North American Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket, Forecast to 2023

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This research service covers Class 1-8 vehicles starters and alternators aftermarket in terms of volume (million units) and value ($ million) across the United States and Canada. It discusses unit shipment, revenue, average price, distribution channel share, and market share. The base year for analysis is 2016 and the forecast period is 2016 to 2023.

The unit shipment of the North American starters and alternators aftermarket is expected to decline moderately in the coming years. Increase in Vehicles in Operation (VIO), coupled with rising average vehicle age will help in restricting the decline of unit shipment during the forecast period. This study covers classification of sales by starters and alternators, new and remanufactured, and by Classes
1-3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
Overall, unit shipment will decline marginally, considering the fact that the market is mature and the overall market is consolidated. However, due to the increase in average price per unit, the revenue will grow marginally.

Key channel partners are warehouse distributors and retailers in the Class 1-3 segment and warehouse distributors and Original Equipment Service (OES) in the Class 4-8 segment. OES’ share in the Class 4-8 segment is expected to increase in the future, while in Class 1-3, warehouse retailers will be providing a tough competition to warehouse distributors.

The Class 1-3 segment’s remanufactured parts will be the major contributor to the overall market’s decline. Class 1-3 new parts and Class 4-8 parts are expected to grow marginally during the forecast period. Overall, average unit price is expected to increase marginally during the forecast period across all segments. The major participants are Remy International, BBB Industries, Motorcar Parts of America, Denso, Robert Bosch, and Prestolite Electric.
As this is a mature market with declining unit shipment, market shares of participants are expected to fluctuate due to competition during the forecast period. Improving on factors such as fill rate, application coverage, and big customer accounts will enable growth, as a major part of the revenue would be through private label brands.

Key Questions this Study will Answer
1.     What will be the unit shipment of the total Class 1-8 starter and alternator market in terms of new and remanufactured, and in terms of different classes?
2.     What will be the revenue of the total Class 1-8 starter and alternator market in terms of new and remanufactured, and in terms of different classes?
3.     What is the average price of Class 1-8 starters and alternators at the manufacturer level, by new and remanufactured, and by Class?
4.     What is the distribution structure of the total Class 1-8 starters and alternators market like as a whole and also by new and remanufactured, and by class?
5.     What are the market shares of the major participants in the total Class 1-8 starters and alternators as well as what are their shares in the new and remanufactured segments as well as what are their shares in various classes?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
2. Research Scope
3. Definitions and Segmentation
Product/Technology/Application/Services Segmentation
Product Definitions
Market Definitions
Vehicle Segmentation
4. Forecasts and Trends—Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Total Class 1-8 Starters Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle Segment
Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Segment
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
6. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Component
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Type
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
7. Class 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Class 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
8. Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
9. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Component
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Type
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Class
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
10. Class 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Class 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
11. Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket
Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
12. The Last Word
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
13. Appendix
Table of Acronyms Used
14. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Vehicles in Operation, North America, 2013–2023
2. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Definitions, North America, 2016
3. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Vehicle Segmentation, North America, 2016


1. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Market Engineering Measurements, North America, 2016
2. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
3. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Product Segmentation, North America, 2016
4. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
5. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle Segment, North America, 2013–2023
6. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Segment, North America, 2013–2023
7. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
8. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
9. Total Class 1-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
10. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
11. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Component, North America, 2013–2023
12. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Component, North America, 2013–2023
13. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
14. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
15. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
16. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
17. Class 1-3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
18. Class 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
19. Class 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
20. Class 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
21. Class 1-3 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
22. Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
23. Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
24. Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
25. Class 1-3 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
26. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
27. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Component, North America, 2013–2023
28. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Component, North America, 2013–2023
29. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
30. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
31. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Class, North America, 2013–2023
32. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Class, North America, 2013–2023
33. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
34. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
35. Class 4-8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
36. Class 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
37. Class 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
38. Class 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
39. Class 4-8 New Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
40. Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
41. Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
42. Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
43. Class 4-8 Remanufactured Starters and Alternators Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016



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