North American Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket, Forecast to 2023

Engine Downsizing and Increased Adoption of Turbo Enabled Vehicles in Class 1-3 Segment are Expected to Drive Overall Revenues

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This report covers Class 1-8 vehicles turbochargers aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value ($ billion) across the United States and Canada. It discusses unit shipments, revenue average price, distribution channel share, and market share. The base year for the analysis is 2016 and the forecast period is 2017 to 2023.

The North American turbochargers aftermarket is expected to show an increase in unit shipments in the coming years. Increase in Vehicles in Operation (VIO) coupled with rising average vehicle age will help in improve unit shipments during the forecast period. Legislations pertaining to emissions will be the major driver across segments.

Overall unit shipments will experience an increase considering the fact that the market is expanding and the overall market is dominated by few major suppliers. In addition, due to increase in average price per unit, the revenues will experience a marginal growth.

Key channel partners in the class 4-8 segment are the OES channel and the warehouse distributors. OES holds similar stronghold on class 1-3 segment as well due to the guarantees and buy-back programs associated with the OE dealerships.

Class 4-8 segment’s remanufactured parts will be the major contributor to the overall market. Class 1-3 new parts and Class 4-8 parts are expected to grow during the forecast period. Overall average unit price is expected to increase marginally during the forecast period across all the segments. The major players are Cummins, Inc., Honeywell International, and BorgWarner among others.

Remanufactured turbochargers are expected to become the most sought after turbochargers in both the passenger cars as well as the commercial vehicles. This is due to the price sensitivity, competitive pricing, and streamlined processes ensured by the OEMs to attract fleets.

As this is a mature market with increasing unit shipments, market shares are expected to remain almost unchanged unless there is a merger or acquisition during the forecast period.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer
•     Total Class 1-8 turbochargers units, by new and remanufactured, by Class
•     Total Class 1-8 turbochargers revenue, by new and remanufactured, by Class
•     Average Class 1-8 turbochargers pricing at manufacturer level, by new and remanufactured, by Class
•     Total Class 1-8 turbochargers distribution channel analysis, by Class
•     Total Class 1-8 turbochargers major participants market shares, by Class

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings—Passenger Vehicles (Class 1-3)
Key Findings—Commercial Vehicles (Class 4-8)
Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Summary of Turbochargers Replacement Trends and Drivers
Summary of Key Supplier Information in the Turbochargers Aftermarket
2. Research Scope
Research Scope
3. Definitions and Segmentation
Product/Technology/Application/Services Segmentation
Product Definitions
Technology Definitions
Market Definitions
Vehicle Segmentation
4. Forecasts and Trends—Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket
Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue
Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle Segment
Percent Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Segment
5. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket
Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Type
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
6. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket
Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast
Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Type
Pricing Analysis
Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
7. Key Technology and Market Trend Analysis—Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket
Summary of Key Technology and Market Trends—Passenger Vehicles
Summary of Key Technology and Market Trends—Commercial Vehicles
8. Key Supplier & Aftermarket Snapshot
Summary of Key Supplier Information in the Turbochargers Aftermarket
Aftermarket Spotlight—Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems (BMTS)
9. Profile of Key Market Participants
Company Profile—Cummins Inc.
Company Profile—Honeywell International Inc.
Company Profile—BorgWarner Inc.
Company Profile—Cardone Industries Inc.
10. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunity—Establish O2O Service Network and Improve OEM Funding Interests
Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth
11. The Last Word
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
12. Appendix
Table of Acronyms Used
13. The Frost & Sullivan Story

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Summary of Turbochargers Replacement Trends and Drivers, North America, 2014–2015
2. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Summary of Key Supplier Information in the Turbochargers Aftermarket, North America, 2014–2015
3. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Vehicles in Operation, North America, 2013–2023
4. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Definitions, North America, 2016
5. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Vehicle Segmentation, North America, 2016
6. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Summary of Key Technology and Market Trends, North America, 2016–2023
7. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Summary of Key Technology and Market Trends, North America, 2016–2023
8. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Summary of Key Supplier Information in the Turbochargers Aftermarket, North America, 2014–2015
9. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Aftermarket Spotlight—Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems (BMTS), North America, 2016
10. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Company Profile, Cummins Inc., North America, 2014–2015
11. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Company Profile, Honeywell International Inc., North America, 2014–2015
12. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Company Profile, BorgWarner Inc., North America, 2014–2015
13. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Company Profile, Cardone Industries, North America, 2014–2015


1. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Market Engineering Measurements, North America, 2016
2. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
3. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Product Segmentation, North America, 2016
4. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
5. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle Segment, North America, 2013–2023
6. Total Class 1-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Percent Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Segment, North America, 2013–2023
7. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
8. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
9. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
10. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
11. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel,
12. North America, 2016
13. Class 1-3 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016
14. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2023
15. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
16. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Revenue Forecast by Product Type, North America, 2013–2023
17. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Pricing Analysis, North America, 2013–2023
18. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
19. Class 4-8 Turbochargers Aftermarket: Percent of Revenue by Brand, North America, 2016



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