Research and Markets: Strategic Analysis of North American Medium/Heavy-duty Commercial Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Market

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lf5rgw/strategic_analysis) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Strategic Analysis of North American Medium/Heavy-duty Commercial Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Market" to their offering.

This study analyzes the various market dynamics of the different North American parts and service channels for medium and heavy-duty buses and trucks. Areas covered within the scope of this research include overall component revenue by vehicle type and parts category. This study further includes research analysis focused on market drivers and restraints and competitive benchmarking for participants of parts-manufacturing, distribution, and services. Key data points covered in this research include total market size for aftermarket components, total revenues by vehicle type and component category, market drivers and restraints, component manufacturing and distribution and impact of regulations and technological changes.

A Vehicle Parc of 6.5 Million in North America Presents a Plethora of Opportunities for the Medium/Heavy-duty CV Maintenance and Repair Market

The maintenance and repair market's fortunes are directly linked to those of the commercial vehicle (CV) market, but the aftermarket participants have little to fear as the number of CVs is expected to multiply from 6.5 million units in 2010 to 7.6 million in 2017. During the same period, the total parts revenue is likely to increase from $15.96 billion to $22.81 billion. The last few years have been tough on the North American CV repair and maintenance market, as the downturn had compelled many fleet owners to defer major repairs and maintenance, causing a steep drop in the demand for replacement parts. If freight activity decreases and fleets start to cannibalize parts from their unused vehicles, it could further dampen the demand for replacement parts. However, as the economy slowly improves, both freight tonnage and average annual miles traveled are expected to increase for medium and heavy-duty trucks. At the same time, fleets will continue to be cautious about replacing their trucks, leading to greater component wear and tear in an aging truck population.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Market Metrics

2. Executive Summary

3. Introduction and Overview of the North American Medium/Heavy Duty CV Maintenance and Repair Market

4. Distribution and Service Channel Analysis

5. Maintenance Demand Analysis for Class 4-8 Trucks

6. Maintenance Demand Analysis for Buses

7. CV Product Opportunity Analysis

8. CV Replacement Tires Opportunity Analysis

9. Impact of Regulations of Medium/Heavy Duty CV Maintenance and Repair Market

10. Research Conclusions and Recommendations

11. Appendix

12. The Frost & Sullivan Story

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Source: Frost & Sullivan

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