Thailand Connected Trucks Telematics Growth Opportunities

Thailand Connected Trucks Telematics Growth Opportunities

Post-pandemic Boom in Transport and Logistics and Government Regulatory Support for Telematics Fuel the Growth Pipeline

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29-Jun-2022
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PCFC-01-00-00-00
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This Frost & Sullivan research service analyzes the impact of the agency sales model implementation on the European & North American (the United States and Canada) new passenger vehicle (PV) market. It provides an overview of the influence on the stakeholders in the retail value chain.

This study discusses potential trends and implications and examines the North American and European regulatory landscape. The base year is 2021, and cost impact/spending analysis is done for key stakeholders in the agency sales model. In addition, the study examines customers' online journeys, the agency model’s impact on each retail activity, and the stance of key OEMs regarding agency sales model implementation.

Growth opportunities for the agency sales model are investigated, and Frost & Sullivan offers actionable insight to market participants to leverage these opportunities.

In brief, the key areas covered in the study are:
•     Change in the role of dealerships and OEMs in the retail value chain with the emergence of the agency sales model.
•     The cost impact on dealers and OEMs at various levels of agency sales model implementation.
•     Scope of the emergence of new business models alongside the growth of agency sales.
•     The current stance of key OEMs about the agency sales model adoption.

Author: Rajesh Depores

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Thailand’s Connected Trucks Telematics Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Findings

Roadmap of Thailand’s Connected Trucks Telematics Industry

Key Growth Connected Trucks Telematics Industry

PESTLE Analysis

Connected Truck Telematics Industry Outlook

Key Regulations in Thailand

Key Regulations in Thailand (continued)

Key Regulations in Thailand (continued)

Key Regulations in Thailand (continued)

Key Regulations in Thailand (continued)

Scope of Analysis

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Vehicle Segmentation

Fleet Size and Distance-driven Segmentation

Business Model Types

Solution Types

Overview of Telematics Services

Key Market Trends

Installed Base Forecast

Major TSPs Operating in Thailand

Major TSPs Operating in Thailand (continued)

Major OEMs Operating in Thailand

Ecosystem Partners and Local Partnerships

Telematics Product Type Range

Telematics Product Package Range

Competitive Force Analysis

Thailand Base by Contributions

Installed Base Forecast

Market Share Analysis

Opportunity by Hardware Type

Opportunity by Package Type

Opportunity by Services—Top 3 Services

Opportunity by Vehicle Type

Opportunity by Fleet Type

Opportunity by Industry Type

Opportunity by Solution Type

Opportunity by Solution Type (continued)

Key Opportunity Regions

Growth Opportunity 1—Video Telematics Combined with a Strategic Business Plan to Help TSPs and OEMs Maximize Market Share in Thailand

Growth Opportunity 1—Video Telematics Combined with a Strategic Business Plan to Help TSPs and OEMs Maximize Market Share in Thailand (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Government Mandates on Telematics with Innovative Technology and New Solutions will Propel Business Growth in Thailand

Growth Opportunity 2—Government Mandates on Telematics with Innovative Technology and New Solutions will Propel Business Growth in Thailand (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—As Last-mile Delivery, the Transport and Logistics Sector is Set to Boom in Thailand, Offering TSPs and OEMs Market Penetration Opportunities

Growth Opportunity 3—As Last-mile Delivery, the Transport and Logistics Sector is Set to Boom in Thailand, Offering TSPs and OEMs Market Penetration Opportunities (continued)

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

Abbreviations and Acronyms

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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The Thailand connected trucks telematics market showed significant slowness due to the COVID-19 pandemic, despite which the industry has shown resilience and indications for growth mainly in the transport and logistics sector. The telematics industry is further attributed by the support of government and department of land transport who regulate usage of telematics systems in Thai commercial vehicles due to precautionary safety concerns. This study provides you with a comprehensive analysis of the Thailand connected trucks telematics market and analyzes the market growth opportunities and offers a futuristic market scenario. Key telematics service providers covered in this study include DTC Enterprise, GPSiam, Onelink Technology, Cartrack Technology, Forth Tracking systems etc. Notable OEMs include Hino, Isuzu, Mitsubishi Fuso, Scania, UD Trucks and Volvo. The ecosystem stakeholders have adopted various strategies to expand their business offerings and increase their market penetration. Telematics service providers should develop relationships by establishing mergers or acquisitions, partnerships, or joint ventures with local players. Thailand connected trucks telematics market is a price-sensitive market and companies participating in this market keenly build solutions that revolves around price and address end-user requirements. Frost & Sullivan forecasts Thailand connected telematics market growth to be driven by strategic partnerships and innovative solutions aided with business models. Commercial vehicles in Thailand are deputed for serving different transportation needs such as transport and logistics, construction, oil and gas, utilities, and rental and leasing as well as municipalities and local governments. Overall commercial vehicle in Thailand were estimated at 1.21 million vehicles in 2022 of which telematics installed base was estimated at approximately 0.23 million units. Thailand telematics market is highly fragmented with presence of multiple local vendors who hold a competitive edge in offering telematics solutions and service. Opportunities are bounty for strategic partnerships between OEMs and Telematics service providers to boost the business growth in Thailand. Technological advancements such as fleet management systems, video safety and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are changing the current market and penetration of such features in mid- and high-range vehicles is expected to expand the market for vehicle telematics. Author: Rajesh Depores
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Author Rajesh Depores
Industries Automotive
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WIP Number PCFC-01-00-00-00