North American Commercial Vehicle Tire Retreading Market, Forecast to 2025

The North American Commercial Vehicle Tire Retreading Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 0.5% to 15.1 Million Units by 2025

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The North American commercial vehicle retreading market is expected to grow marginally to 15.1 million units by 2025 from 14.5 million units in 2016. Some of the key factors currently influencing the retreading market are improved quality of tread life, high supply of casings, increasing labor costs, and shortage of skilled technicians. One key risk faced by the retreading industry is quality improvements in Chinese tires. Moreover, consumers, particularly in the small/medium fleet category do not fully understand the cost-benefit analysis of retreads. Although on the positive side labor costs are on the rise but are not expected to have any significant impact on retreading. Casings being a fundamental part of retreading are in good supply currently. Prices of rubber and other raw materials have remained stable in recent years and are not expected to change much in the short term.

On the regulatory side, import tariffs on new tires could be a considered again if further evidence of low-cost tires causing material injury in the US tire market as well as labor rates is expected to increase gradually due to policy expectations from new administration. Tariffs on new Chinese tire imports have been rejected by the US ITC owing to evidence supporting claims that the CV tire industry has not suffered material injury because of Chinese tires. Additionally, Chinese tires volumes are expected to remain stable in the CV tire market with no threat of decline in the short term. New Chinese tires, on an average, are half the cost of premium new tires. Without the proposed import tariffs, retread tires will continue to be undercut by new low cost tires. Cost competitiveness of retread tires will be vital in the long term.

Despite some of the challenges, retreading offers lower cost per mile to fleets in the process improving their return on investment along with being more environmental friendly by promoting usage of waste. Retreaded tires outperform new Chinese tires, in terms of cost/mile, at any price point with Tier-I tires showing the greatest return on investment. Tier-I and Tier-II tires will take 2 retreads while Tier-III will take 3 retreads before outperforming a Chinese tire in terms of cost. Average price of new replacement tires are forecast to increase slightly as commodity prices return to normal levels. Average price of Tier-III or budget retreads is expected to grow faster than Tier-I and II, as these tires incorporate quality enhancements.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Takeaways
Top Factors Influencing Tire Retread Market
Threat of Low-Cost Tires
Commercial Vehicle Outlook on Aftermarket Tire Demand
Revenue Forecast by CV Type
Growth Strategies of Key Competitors
Tire Retreading Market Scenario 2016–2025
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Aim and Objectives
Research Methodology
3. Tire Retreading—Definitions and Business Structure
Definitions and Classifications
Retreading Definition and Process
Retreading Methods
Retreading Dealership and Distribution Structure
Retread Distribution Channel Analysis
4. Retreading Market Dynamics
Top Factors Influencing Tire Retread Market
Influencing Factors—Drivers and Restraints
Key Challenges Impacting the Retread Market
Market Risk and Opportunity
Retread Industry Regulatory Outlook
Threat of Low-cost Tires
Threat of Asian Tires
5. Economics of Retreading and Market Measurements
Retreaded Tires Against New Chinese Tires
Retreading Cost per Mile Analysis Against New Chinese Tires
Commercial Vehicle Outlook on Aftermarket Tire Demand
Average Pricing Forecast for New Replacement Tires
Average Pricing Forecast for Retread Tires
Revenue Forecast by CV Type
6. Competitive Landscape
Competitor Market Share
Bandag—Profile
Goodyear—Profile
MRT—Profile
Oliver—Profile
Continental—Profile
Growth Strategies of Key Competitors
7. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunities—Disruptive Applications and Future Success
Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth
8. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
9. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology
Table of Acronyms Used


List of Figures & Charts

1. Tire Retreading Market: Competitors Growth Strategies, North America, 2016
2. Tire Retreading Market: Current and Future Scenario, North America, 2016–2025
3. Tire Retreading Market: List of Key Participants, North America, 2016
4. Tire Retreading Market: Select List of Key Brands, North America, 2016
5. Tire Retreading Market: Retreading Methods, Global, 2016
6. Tire Retreading Market: Definition and Process, Global, 2016
7. Tire Retreading Market: Regulatory Outlook, North America, 2016 and 2025
8. Tire Retreading Market: Number Of Retread Plants, North America, 2016
9. Tire Retreading Market: Bandag Profiling, North America, 2016
10. Tire Retreading Market: Goodyear Profiling, North America, 2016
11. Tire Retreading Market: MRT Profiling, North America, 2016
12. Tire Retreading Market: Oliver Profiling, North America, 2016
13. Tire Retreading Market: Continental Profiling, North America, 2016
14. Tire Retreading Market: Competitors Growth Strategies, North America, 2016


1. Tire Retreading Market: Key Takeaways, North America, 2016–2025
2. Tire Retreading Market: Influencing Factors, North America, 2016
3. Tire Retreading Market: Low Cost Tire Threat, North America, 2016–2025
4. Tire Retreading Market: Unit Shipment Forecast by Tire Type, North America, 2016–2025
5. Tire Retreading Market: Revenue Forecast by CV Type, North America, 2016–2025
6. Tire Retreading Market: Dealership and Distribution, North America, 2016
7. Tire Retreading Market: Retread Distribution Channel, North America, 2016
8. Tire Retreading Market: Influencing Factors, North America, 2016
9. Tire Retreading Market: Influencing Factors – Drivers and Restraints, North America, 2017–2015
10. Tire Retreading Market: Key Challenges, North America, 2017–2015
11. Tire Retreading Market: Risk and Opportunity, North America, 2016
12. Tire Retreading Market: Low-cost Tire Threat, North America, 2016–2025
13. Tire Retreading Market: Asian Tire Threat, North America, 2016 and 2025
14. Tire Retreading Market: Retreaded Tires versus Chinese Tires, North America, 2016
15. Tire Retreading Market: Cost per Mile Analysis, North America, 2016
16. Tire Retreading Market: Unit Shipment Forecast by Tire Type, North America, 2016–2025
17. Tire Retreading Market: New Replacement Tire Average Pricing Forecast, North America, 2016–2025
18. Tire Retreading Market: Retread Tire Average Pricing Forcast, North America, 2016–2025
19. Tire Retreading Market: Revenue Forecast by CV Type, North America, 2016–2025
20. Tire Retreading Market: Competitor Market Share Forecast, North America, 2016 and 2025
21. Tire Retreading Market: Strategic Imperatives, North America, 2016
22. Tire Retreading Market: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, North America, 2016–2025



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