Strategic Analysis of the North American Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket

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This research service analyzes starters and alternators in the US and Canadian automotive aftermarket. It includes unit shipment and revenue forecasts, pricing analyses, distribution channel analyses, market share analyses, market drivers and restraints, and key conclusions and findings. The product scope includes new and remanufactured starters and alternators for light-duty automobiles and heavy-duty trucks. All units, prices, and revenue are presented at the manufacturer level and are expressed in US dollars. The base year is 2012. Forecasts are provided from 2013 to 2019, and historical data is provided for 2009 to 2011.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—Top Level Strategic Fact Sheet/Market SnapshotExecutive Summary—Total Market Unit Shipment/Revenue SnapshotExecutive Summary—Comparative Analysis by Segment Executive Summary—Comparative Analysis by Product Type Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Distribution Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationDefinitionsDistribution Channel Definitions and ExamplesCore Supply Chain DefinitionsVehicle Segmentation Market OverviewAftermarket RoadmapClass 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Industry ChallengesIndustry Challenges Explained Core Life Cycle AnalysisMarket Structure External Challenges—Total Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators AftermarketDemand Influencers—Class 1 to 3 Vehicles in OperationDemand Influencers—Class 1 to 3 Vehicles in Operation by BrandClass 1 to 3 Vehicles in Operation by TypeDemand Influencers—Class 1 to 3 Average Vehicle AgeDemand Influencers—Class 1 to 3 Average Annual UseDemand Analysis—Class 1 to 3 Vehicles in OperationDemand Influencers—Class 4 to 8 Vehicle in OperationClass 4 to 8 Vehicles Production ForecastDemand Influencers—Class 4 to 8 Average Annual UseDemand Analysis—Class 4 to 8 Vehicles Forecast and Trends—Total Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators AftermarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsTotal Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment Scenario AnalysisForecast Scenario Assumptions to 2019Total Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Revenue ForecastTotal Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment Forecast By Product CategoryTotal Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Revenue Forecast By Product CategoryUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Category DiscussionTotal Class 1 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket Market—Pricing Trends and ForecastPricing Trends and Forecast DiscussionClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators AftermarketClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators—Key FindingsClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Drivers and RestraintsClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment DriversClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment Drivers ExplainedClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment RestraintsClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment Restraints ExplainedClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and ForecastClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Replacement Rate ForecastClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product CategoryClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Category DiscussionClass 1 to 3 Distribution ChannelsClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Percent of Revenue by Geographic RegionClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Percent of Revenue by DIY versus DIFMClass 1 to 3 Competitive Analysis—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueNew Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators AftermarketNew Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastNew Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and ForecastNew Class 1 to 3 Distribution ChannelsNew Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Revenue Share by BrandNew Class 1 to 3 Competitive Analysis—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueRemanufactured Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators AftermarketRemanufactured Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRemanufactured Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and ForecastRemanufactured Class 1 to 3 Distribution ChannelsRemanufactured Class 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Revenue Share by BrandRemanufactured Class 1 to 3 Competitive Analysis—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Conclusion and Future OutlookClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Competitors ProfilingClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Top Factors that Influence Installers’ Purchasing DecisionProduct Segmentation and Brand PortfolioClass 1 to 3 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Industry Benchmark Analysis of Top Five ManufacturersCompetitor Distribution Channel Strategy AnalysisRemy International Inc.BBB Industries Inc.Motorcar Parts of America Inc.USA IndustriesClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators AftermarketClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators—Key FindingsClass 4 to 8 Industry ChallengesClass 4 to 8 Industry Challenges ExplainedClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Drivers and RestraintsClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment DriversClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment Drivers ExplainedClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment Drivers Explained (continued)Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment RestraintsClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Segment Restraints ExplainedClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and ForecastClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Replacement Rate ForecastClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product CategoryClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Product Category DiscussionClass 4 to 8 Distribution ChannelsClass 4 to 8 Competitive Analysis—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueClass 4 to 8 Alternators—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueClass 4 to 8 Starters—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueNew Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators AftermarketNew Class 4 to 8 Competitive Analysis—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastNew Class 4 to 8 Competitive Analysis—Pricing Trends and ForecastNew Class 4 to 8 Competitive Analysis—Replacement Rate ForecastNew Class 4 to 8 Distribution ChannelsNew Class 4 to 8 Competitive Analysis—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueNew Class 4 to 8 Alternators—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueNew Class 4 to 8 Starters—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators AftermarketRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators—Pricing Trends and ForecastRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators—Replacement Rate ForecastRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Distribution ChannelsRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Alternators—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueRemanufactured Class 4 to 8 Starters—Market Share By Unit Shipment and RevenueClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Conclusion and Future OutlookClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Competitors ProfilingClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Industry Benchmark Analysis of Top Five ManufacturersClass 4 to 8 Starters and Alternators Aftermarket—Top Factors that Influence Installers’ Purchasing DecisionRemy International Inc. (dba Delco-Remy)BBB Industries Inc.Robert Bosch LLCDENSOConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedList of Other CompaniesLearn More—Next StepsRelevant Research—2012 Global Aftermarket ProgramRelevant Research—2012 Global Aftermarket Program (continued)Relevant Research—Published or In-progress StudiesMarket Engineering Methodology




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