Strategic Analysis of North American Class 6-8 Trucks Selected Powertrain and Safety Remanufactured Electronics

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This research service analyzes the class 6 to 8 commercial vehicle selected powertrain and safety remanufactured electronics aftermarket in North America, which is comprised of the United States and Canada. The product scope is segmented into remanufactured electronic control modules, anti-lock braking system, electronic turbo actuators, electronic unit injectors, and transmission controls for class 6 to 8 trucks. Unit shipment and revenue forecasts have been provided for 2013 to 2019. Further topics include analyses of pricing, distribution channels, and market shares. Also discussed are market drivers, restraints, trends, key conclusions, and findings. The base year is 2012. Historical data is provided for 2009 to 2011.

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Strategic Analysis of North American Class 6-8 Trucks Selected Powertrain and Safety Remanufactured Electronics, North American Class 6 to 8 Powertrain and Safety Remanufactured Electronics AftermarketIntroductionResearch Title, Research Team and TOCExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryResearch Scope Objectives Background and MethodologyResearch Scope and ObjectivesDefinitionsDefinitions and SegmentationMarket OverviewClass 6-8 Trucks Selected Powertrain and Safety Remanufactured Electronics OverviewMarket Share and Competitive AnalysisMarket ShareBreakdown By ProductProduct BreakdownCompetitors ProfilingCompetitors ProfilingConclusions Future OutlookAppendixList of Additional Slides




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