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  • Global Carburetor Industry 2016 Market Research Report

    onal and in-depth study on the current state of the Carburetor industry. Firstly, the report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Carburetor market analysis is provided for the international market including development history, competitive landscape analysis, and major regions development status. Secondly, development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures. This report also states import/export, supply and consumption figures as well as cost, price, revenue and gross margin by regions (United States, EU, China and Japan), and other regions can be added. Then, the report focuses on global major leading industry players with information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials, equipment and downstream consumers analysis is also carried out. What s more, the Carburetor industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed. Finally, the feasibility of new investment projects is assessed, and overall research conclusions are offered. In a word, the report provides major statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

    • Release Date: June 07, 2016
    • Price: USD 2800
    • Format: PDF

  • Global Wheel Balancer Market Professional Survey Report 2016

    This report mainly covers the following Product types including Horizontal Vertical Others The segment applications including Car Van Others Segment regions including (the separated region report can also be offered) USA China UK Germany Italy Japan France Others The players list (Partly, Players you are interested in can also be added) Hunter Bosch Hofmann Beissbarth Cormach Srl MAHA Maschinenbau Haldenwang Ravaglioli Hennessy Industries Snap-on CEMB Giuliano Industrial Derek Weaver Zhongda Group Sino-Italian Taida Balancer Zhuhai Jixiang Bright Anchor Ceegos Hongpu FoshanYicheng ZhengzhouXinli ZhuhaiShiqin HengyangHuada With 24 top producers. Data including (both global and regions): Market Size (both volume - Unit and value - million USD), Market Share, Production data, Consumption data, Trade data, Price - USD/Unit, Cost, Gross margin etc. More detailed information, please refer to the attachment file and table of contents. If you have other requirements, please contact us, we can also offer!

    • Release Date: June 07, 2016
    • Price: USD 3500
    • Format: PDF

  • The European Consumables Market 2011-2019; Market size, market forecast and recommendations

    Summary - The consumables market in Europe is forecast to grow in value, after a period during which volumes have remained flat as a result of falling replacement rates. Hypermarkets are set to benefit as consumers continue to treat screen wash as a convenience product, while garages and vehicle manufacturer networks (VMNs) will benefit from vehicle manufacturers specifying the use of long-life - and manufacturer/vehicle-specific - coolant in new vehicles. - Since 2011, the volumes of antifreeze and coolant sold have grown slightly, with the market having increased by 2% between 2011 and 2015. While volumes have only grown slightly, values have increased by 11% over the same period. It is a similar story with screen wash, with volumes growing by 2% while values have grown by 9%. - The increasingly buoyant new vehicle market in Europe has had an adverse effect on volumes, as the antifreeze and coolant that most modern vehicles are now equipped with as standard - original equipment manager (OEM) factory fill - have a longer interval between replacement cycles, while windscreen wash remains a convenience product that retails in a predominantly seasonal market. Key Findings -?All channels that retail antifreeze and coolant together with screen wash have had to contend with a decline in replacement rates as replacement cycles are extended and, in the case of antifreeze and coolant, replacement is now typically on a five-year rather than two-year cycle. That said, as the European new vehicle market continues to grow, volumes have increased slightly. Forecasts for antifreeze and coolant show that volumes will grow by a small amount by 2019, as newer vehicles start to require system flushes; values will also continue to grow. A similar situation will present itself in the screen wash market, enabling retailers and manufacturers to remain profitable over the period. -?Although market volumes have grown slightly, the continuing trend for manufacturers trying to lighten their vehicles by making more use of aluminum components will present a number of opportunities for antifreeze and coolant manufacturers and retailers over the next four years, as new components require different approaches to cooling and cooling systems need to be replenished. With screen wash being regarded as a convenience product, value and volume growth for manufacturers will come from having the broadest possible distribution network, including hypermarkets and fuel stations. Synopsis  The European Consumables Market 2011-2019 , a Trend Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the European vehicle consumables market today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2019. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the European consumables market, analyzing key trends in the market based on proprietary data from Verdict Retail's aftermarket databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Market size and forecast; a look at the total market size and forecast size for consumables in Europe, with an overview regional analysis. -?Market value and forecast; a look at the total market value and forecast value for consumables in Europe, with an overview regional analysis. -?Summary of main influences; an overview on the factors driving the evolution of the European consumables market. Reasons?To?Buy -?This Trend Report helps executives build proactive, profitable growth strategies by offering comprehensive, relevant analysis of the European consumables market based on insights from within Verdict's proprietary aftermarket database, consumer insight from our bespoke annual survey and interviews with industry experts. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help manufacturers and retailers to understand and succeed in the challenging consumables market.

    • Release Date: May 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 2900
    • Format: PDF

  • The European Tyres Market, 2011-2019; Market size, market forecast and recommendations

    hich is also under considerable pressure, not least because tyres are the most strictly regulated vehicle part in the EU (European Union). In addition, European tyre production has declined since 2007, whereas imports have grown steadily. The industry is also facing additional costs because of the EU Emissions Trading System, which is another burden on the industry's competitiveness. These factors all have a bearing on the current and future shape of the market. Like all sophisticated markets, Europe has seen an influx of tyre imports from Asia, particularly from China and India, but also more recently from Indonesia, and these have also influenced the market and affected tyre pricing. As a result, margins are exceptionally low. The European car market faltered considerably between 2012 and 2013 as a result of a weak economy and correspondingly poor car sales. During that time, nearly every major manufacturer reduced their output and downsized their workforce, which in turn hurt the European tyre market. However, as the economy has recovered, and car sales improved throughout 2013 and 2014 into 2015, the tyre industry has also been revived. New vehicle registrations have bounced back strongly and these sales have directly boosted tyre manufacturing, development and sales demand. Key Findings -?No player in the automotive after sales business came through the recession without being negatively affected. -?With tyres being replacement parts, replacement has in many cases been delayed, within the framework of legal regulations. -?With motorists reducing their spending significantly in the wake of the recession in a bid to save money, there has been considerable growth in the volume of budget tyres that are sold, especially to private consumers. -?At the same time, there has been a decrease in the volume of mid-range tyres, and a slight increase in the volume of premium products for business cars and cars in the premium segment. This latter category has been positively affected by the growing number of vehicles sold on personal contract purchase plans of PCPs. In many instances, the cost of servicing, maintenance and even accident repairs are borne by the manufacturer as part of the arrangement. -?In other words, PCPs provide hassle free driving, albeit at a cost. Breakdown costs, and even new tyres and windows may be covered too, although car insurance premiums are generally not included. -?As a result, vehicles fitted with premium tyres at the time of purchase are likely to be fitted with replacement premium tyres by the manufacturers as part of the PCP deal. -?This presents numerous challenges to distribution channels and manufacturers all across the automotive aftermarket, and tyre retailers are no exception. -?Every tyre distributor and manufacturer has had to contend with a decline in replacement rates, as service cycles are extended and tyre replacement is deferred; this has had the knock-on effect of keeping volumes stable, or in some cases has caused them to decline since 2011. -?With forecasts showing that volumes will be slow to grow and, in some countries, will continue to fall up to 2019, it will be a challenge for tyre retailers and manufacturers to remain profitable over this period. -?Declining replacement rates and deferred replacement have also led to low margins, resulting in intense competition at the dealer level. -?New competitors, the emergence of new channels, and the proliferation of brands from manufacturers, covering all price points from premium to low budget and private label, reinforce the low margins. -?As a result, the B2C business together with online routing strategies and the ability to offer additional products such as auto service will gain more importance in future. Synopsis  The European Tyres Market 2011-2019 , a Trend Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the European tyres market today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2019. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the European tyres market, analyzing key trends in the market based on proprietary data from Verdict Retail's aftermarket databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Market size and forecast; a look at the total market size and forecast size for tyres in Europe, with an overview regional analysis. -?Market value and forecast; a look at the total market value and forecast value for tyres in Europe, with an overview regional analysis. -?Summary of main influences; an overview on the factors driving the evolution of the European tyres market. Reasons?To?Buy -?This Trend Report helps executives build proactive, profitable growth strategies by offering comprehensive, relevant analysis of the European tyres market based on insights from within Verdict's proprietary aftermarket database, consumer insight from our bespoke annual survey and interviews with industry experts. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help manufacturers and retailers to understand and succeed in the challenging tyres market.

    • Release Date: May 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 2900
    • Format: PDF

  • The European Accessories Market 2011-2019; Market size, market forecast and recommendations

    Summary - Accessories sales (those considered here) are a ? 10.2 billion market. Consumers consistently spend heavily on vehicle accessories, including floor mats, roof boxes, roof bars, tow bars, in-car entertainment systems and satellite navigation (sat nav) devices. - The majority of consumers will buy accessories within the first 90 days of purchasing their vehicle and most would prefer to buy accessories at the dealership, yet fewer than 5% do. - As accessories continue to gain importance in the eyes of consumers, the opportunity for dealers to capture this profit potential is there for the taking. - Dealers who are embracing the right technology and processes to sell accessories in the dealership are increasing gross profit and changing the consumer experience. In the  new normal for automotive retailing, selling accessories is helping to separate the best dealerships from the rest. - Overall sales volumes within the European in-car entertainment (ICE) system market grew between 2011 and 2015, driven by strong sales in the Nordic markets and a reviving Italian market. - The European satellite navigation market continues to be driven by the seemingly unending demand for smart phones and Smartphone technologies, and at the same time, the introduction of new and improved technologies. - The growing number of older vehicles and second hand vehicles within the European parc is driving a trend for aftermarket and replacement floor mats. - Growing popularity of roof boxes and lifestyle sports supports sales of roof bars - Tow bar market affected by increasing technological sophistication and vehicle parc preferences - Alloy wheels remain a niche accessory for many motorists Key Findings -?The European accessories market will continue to evolve over the next four-years to 2019. Manufacturers and retailers across Europe need to focus on diversifying their businesses to include other vehicles and services, as volumes are expected to continue to fall, with the biggest forecast decrease being seen in satellite navigation systems and alloy wheels. -?Forty years ago, dealers could count on a sizeable profit from a new vehicle sale. That's not the case today. Retail gross profit per new vehicle - as well as service and parts sales - has fallen recently. Although new vehicle sales have increased in the recent past, dealers are still entrenched in a cycle of heavy discounting, meaning that they are being forced to look elsewhere to generate their profit. OEMs have long recognized the profit that accessories sales can bring; increasingly, they are looking at new ways to drive sales of their accessories and also to motivate dealers to think differently about selling them. Synopsis  The European Accessories Market 2011-2019 , a Trend Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the European vehicle accessories market today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2019. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the European accessories market, analyzing key trends in the market based on proprietary data from Verdict Retail's aftermarket databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Market size and forecast; a look at the total market size and forecast size for accessories in Europe, with an overview regional analysis. -?Market value and forecast; a look at the total market value and forecast value for accessories in Europe, with an overview regional analysis. -?Summary of main influences; an overview on the factors driving the evolution of the European accessories market. Reasons?To?Buy -?This Trend Report helps executives build proactive, profitable growth strategies by offering comprehensive, relevant analysis of the European accessories market based on insights from within Verdict's proprietary aftermarket database, consumer insight from our bespoke annual survey and interviews with industry experts. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help manufacturers and retailers to understand and succeed in the challenging consumables market.

    • Release Date: May 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 5490
    • Format: PDF

  • Fuel cards in Europe, Eastern markets, 2010-2020e

    Summary The Eastern European commercial fuel card markets are worth ? 8.7bn. In recent years the proportion of fuel purchased on fuel cards has decreased as national parc levels fell as companies reduced their operations. In 2015, fuel card volumes across the Eastern European markets declined 4.1% totaling just less than 8.3bn liters. Poland is the largest fuel card market in Eastern Europe and accounts for 37.7% of fuel card volume sales across the region but the popularity of fuel cards varies across the continent. Verdict predicts that growth in Western European fuel card markets is likely to come from Hungary as the commercial vehicle parc grows as the economy improves and small commercial fleets begin to use fuel cards to reduce transport costs. Key Findings -?CRT fleets to focus on international business. Due to the low transport costs of Eastern European fleets, many CRT fleets will win business across Northern and Central Europe as they undercut domestic firms on price. As fleets win more business across Europe, CRT fleets will need a card that has a large international acceptance network. The majority of card operators in Eastern Europe have coverage in this part of Europe, but it will be card operators with coverage across all of Europe that will be the main beneficiaries of this growing trend towards 2020. -?Untapped fleet card market provides significant growth potential. The number of fleet vehicles in Eastern Europe will increase from 7,171,204 to 7,789,084 over the next five years, which will cause heightened competition within this region and lead to many fleets turning to fuel cards to remain competitive. The price discounts and credit periods offered by fuel cards help fleets to lower transport costs and make them more competitive in an expanding region of Europe. -?Investing in CRT services will increase volumes and keep operators competitive. With the majority of CRT vehicles across Eastern Europe already owning a fuel card, investing in services aimed at CRT vehicles will help card operators to remain competitive and increase their client base. With the need for international CRT services to grow towards 2020, service such as toll payments, online monitoring, roadside assistance and overnight parking across Europe will allow card operators to differentiate themselves from domestic card operators and increase card volumes over the next five years. Synopsis  Fuel cards in Europe, Eastern markets, 2010-2020e , a Sector Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the European Eastern card markets today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2020. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the fuel card market, analyzing key trends in the market based on in depth interviews with major fuel card operators across Europe and proprietary data from Verdict Retail's service station retail databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Fuel Card Volumes, Values and Market Shares - Forecasted to 2020 -?Fleet and CRT fuel card data -?Analysis of major competitors in each market -?In depth analysis of trends that will have a major impact on the market over the next five years. Reasons?To?Buy -?Plan effective market entry strategies by uncovering the current and future volume and value of fuel card transactions in Eastern European fuel card markets. -?Assess whether you should increase network acceptance of your card and identify potential new merchants by uncovering the position of competitors. -?Whether you are an issuer, a processor, a leasing company, or a fuel retailer, make informed pitches to partners by understanding their business. -?Enhance fuel sales at your service stations by identifying which fuel cards you should accept based on their market shares and network acceptance.

    • Release Date: April 30, 2016
    • Price: USD 6900
    • Format: PDF

  • Fuel cards in Europe, Western markets, 2010-2020e

    Summary The Western European commercial fuel card markets are worth ? 15.1bn. In recent years the proportion of fuel purchased on fuel cards has increased and a number of smaller, independent oil company fuel card issuers have emerged. In 2015, fuel card volumes across the Western European markets grew 3.0% totaling just less than 12.7bn liters. The Netherlands is the largest fuel card market in Western Europe and accounts for 37.8% of fuel card volume sales across the region but the popularity of fuel cards varies across the continent. Verdict predicts that growth in Western European fuel card markets is likely to come from Switzerland as small commercial fleets begin to use fuel cards to reduce transport costs. Key Findings -?The average CRT vehicle in Western Europe uses more than one fuel card. On average, CRT vehicles across Western Europe have more than one fuel card per vehicle as companies attempt to combine the benefits of multiple cards to their advantage. By 2020, nearly a third of all CRT vehicles in Western Europe will have at least two fuel cards; in Switzerland every CRT vehicle has at least two fuel cards. This trend makes it even more vital that card operators invest in their card offerings in order to differentiate themselves from the rest of the market -?Over three million fleet vehicles will be without fuel cards by 2020. Over 50% of fleet vehicles in Western Europe will not be able to use fuel cards in 2020 as operators fail to provide a realistic card offering for small domestic fleets. Heightened competition will cause an increase of 162,034 fleet cards between 2015 and 2020 as fleets are attracted to services such as price discounts, credit periods and rural acceptance networks; however, the majority of fleets do not meet minimum volume requirements. If card operators want to increase their fuel card volumes they must change this trend of ignoring fleet vehicles and begin to offer their own fleet-based cards to appeal to fleets. Lack of card offerings causes CRT fleets to mix and match fuel cards. CRT vehicles have a large number of needs when travelling across Europe and not many, if any, fuel cards singularly meet all of these needs. This has led to the trend of multiple card ownership over the last five years. To encourage CRT fleets to switch to one card, operators need to invest in services such as online monitoring, fraud protection, VAT reclaim, toll payments, roadside assistance and international card acceptance Synopsis  Fuel cards in Europe, Western markets, 2010-2020e , a Sector Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the Western European card markets today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2020. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the fuel card market, analyzing key trends in the market based on in depth interviews with major fuel card operators across Europe and proprietary data from Verdict Retail's service station retail databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Fuel Card Volumes, Values and Market Shares - Forecasted to 2020 -?Fleet and CRT fuel card data -?Analysis of major competitors in each market -?In depth analysis of trends that will have a major impact on the market over the next five years. Reasons?To?Buy -?Plan effective market entry strategies by uncovering the current and future volume and value of fuel card transactions in Western European fuel card markets. -?Assess whether you should increase network acceptance of your card and identify potential new merchants by uncovering the position of competitors. -?Whether you are an issuer, a processor, a leasing company, or a fuel retailer, make informed pitches to partners by understanding their business. -?Enhance fuel sales at your service stations by identifying which fuel cards you should accept based on their market shares and network acceptance.

    • Release Date: April 30, 2016
    • Price: USD 5590
    • Format: PDF

  • Fuel cards in Europe, Southern markets, 2010-2020e

    Summary The Southern European commercial fuel card markets are worth ? 7.8bn. In recent years the proportion of fuel purchased on fuel cards has increased and a number of smaller, independent oil company fuel card issuers have emerged. In 2015, fuel card volumes across the Southern European markets grew 4.5% totaling just less than 6.6bn liters. Turkey is the largest fuel card market in Europe and accounts for 69.9% of fuel card volume sales across the region but the popularity of fuel cards varies across the continent. Verdict predicts that growth in Southern European fuel card markets is likely to come from Turkey as commercial vehicles reduce their usage of company run deports and turn to fuel cards as their operations become increasingly international. Key Findings -?CRT vehicles continue to use depots rather than fuel cards. Less than half of all CRT vehicles in Southern Europe do not own fuel cards as they have traditionally used company run depots and despite the many additional services offered by card operators, companies continue to use depots. Despite a growth in the number of CRT cards in Southern Europe the proportion of CRT vehicles using them will fall from 36.8% to 36.6% in 2020, as companies with depots expand their networks creating new business by taking advantage of low wholesale fuel pricing at their depots. -?Less than 10.0% of fleet vehicles use fuel cards in Southern Europe. While the proportion of fleet vehicles using fuel cards will grow over the next five years, only 7.5% of commercial fleets will use fuel cards by the end of 2020 as many fleets remain ineligible. The majority of fleet vehicles in Southern Europe are small domestic based companies such as taxi firms that do not reach the minimum volume requirements of most fuel card operators, but with nearly 8 million fleet vehicles not using fuel cards in 2020 this segment provides significant growth opportunities. -?International expansion will increase need for fuel cards. Southern CRT fleets will increasingly expand their businesses internationally as their home markets have limited growth potential, which will change the needs of CRT vehicles over the next ten years. While most CRT vehicles continue to use company run depots, increased international business will reduce the need for depots towards 2020. As companies move away from depots, card operators should push their international services such as international site coverage, VAT reclaim, toll payments, roadside assistance and fraud prevention that can meet the growing needs of CRT vehicles if they want to increase card volumes post 2020. Synopsis  Fuel cards in Europe, Southern markets, 2010-2020e , a Sector Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the Southern European fuel card markets today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2020. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the fuel card market, analyzing key trends in the market based on in depth interviews with major fuel card operators across Europe and proprietary data from Verdict Retail's service station retail databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Fuel Card Volumes, Values and Market Shares - Forecasted to 2020 -?Fleet and CRT fuel card data -?Analysis of major competitors in each market -?In depth analysis of trends that will have a major impact on the market over the next five years. Reasons?To?Buy -?Plan effective market entry strategies by uncovering the current and future volume and value of fuel card transactions in Southern European fuel card markets. -?Assess whether you should increase network acceptance of your card and identify potential new merchants by uncovering the position of competitors. -?Whether you are an issuer, a processor, a leasing company, or a fuel retailer, make informed pitches to partners by understanding their business. -?Enhance fuel sales at your service stations by identifying which fuel cards you should accept based on their market shares and network acceptance.

    • Release Date: April 30, 2016
    • Price: USD 6900
    • Format: PDF

  • Fuel cards in Europe, Top 5 markets, 2010-2020e; France, Germany, Italy, Spain and UK

    Summary The European top five commercial fuel card markets are worth ? 50.7bn. In recent years the proportion of fuel purchased on fuel cards has increased and a number of smaller, independent oil company fuel card issuers have emerged. In 2015, fuel card volumes across the top five markets grew 1.9% totaling just less than 42.2bn liters. Germany is the largest fuel card market in Europe and accounts for 32.2% of fuel card volume sales across the region but the popularity of fuel cards varies across the continent. Verdict predicts that growth in the top five fuel card markets is likely to come from the UK as small fleet vehicles turn to fuel cards to reduce transport costs. Key Findings -?Commercial fleets to provide volume growth potential. Over the last five years the numbers of fleet vehicles in the top five European markets (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK) have been slowly growing as card eligibility levels are reduced and the fleet sector faces increasing competition from foreign companies. This trend will continue to grow as fuel prices begin to rise towards 2020, forcing fleets to use fuel cards to lower transport costs and remain competitive. -?Supermarket fuel cards bring potential threat. Supermarket retailers that launch their own fuel cards provide a large potential threat to the French and UK fuel card markets as they have the ability to easily target fleet vehicles, which will be the highest growing segment of the market towards 2020. Many fleet vehicles in the UK and France use supermarket sites due to their low pricing and have already built up a level of loyalty and familiarity with certain sites and retailers. In order to expand this usage by small to medium fleets, supermarket retailers should consider launching their own fuel card, as Intermarch? and Auchan have done in France. -?Foreign fleets to cause volume growth in top five markets. The proportion of fuel card volumes sold across most of the European top five to foreign fuel cards will increase year on year towards 2020 as international trade levels increase. Since the European economic crisis of 2008-2009, international trade levels have been rising as markets have recovered and foreign fuel cards have made up larger proportions of total fuel volumes. This has been made a key segment of the market for card operators wanting to increase fuel card volumes over the next five years to target. Synopsis  Fuel cards in Europe, Top 5 markets, 2010-2020e , a Sector Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the European top 5 fuel card markets today, with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2020. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the fuel card market, analyzing key trends in the market based on in depth interviews with major fuel card operators across Europe and proprietary data from Verdict Retail's service station retail databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Fuel Card Volumes, Values and Market Shares - Forecasted to 2020 -?Fleet and CRT fuel card data -?Analysis of major competitors in each market -?In depth analysis of trends that will have a major impact on the market over the next five years. Reasons?To?Buy -?Plan effective market entry strategies by uncovering the current and future volume and value of fuel card transactions in the top five fuel card markets in Europe. -?Assess whether you should increase network acceptance of your card and identify potential new merchants by uncovering the position of competitors. -?Whether you are an issuer, a processor, a leasing company, or a fuel retailer, make informed pitches to partners by understanding their business. -?Enhance fuel sales at your service stations by identifying which fuel cards you should accept based on their market shares and network acceptance.

    • Release Date: March 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 6900
    • Format: PDF

  • The European Light Vehicle Aftermarket; Regional Analysis 2014 - 2019

    stry to work its way back to a position of strength - and there is still some way to go before the industry is back to the heights that it achieved in the pre-recession years. -?Western Europe's market is expanding off a low base, and the wider European market recovery remains weak and fragmented. -?The growth that began in 2013 and continued through 2014, has continued into 2015. The European market has now stabilised, and most countries have now returned to growth. Full year figures show that the overall number of new registrations in Europe had grown for the 28th consecutive month. -?The largest European markets ended 2014 strongly, with much of the recent growth being supported by increased registrations in Spain and the UK. Of the Leading Five, Spain recorded the largest increase (+18.1%), followed by the UK (+9.3%), Italy (+4.2%) and Germany (+2.9%), while France remained stable (+0.3%). -?As the number of new registrations has recovered, so too has the European light vehicle aftermarket, which has continued to demonstrate year on year growth. Although levels of growth Y-O-Y fell from 4.2% in 2012/13 to 0.8% in 2013/14, growth levels are predicted to rise steadily in the five years between 2014-2019, with the most significant growth (2.9%) expected to be seen in 2016. Synopsis  The European Light Vehicle Aftermarket, Regional Analysis 2013 - 18 , a Trend Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the European aftermarket, with forecasts of key indicators up to 2018. It delivers a high level overview, providing quantitative and qualitative insight into the European aftermarket, analyzing key trends on component values and volumes, assessing channel share and which product families will see growth and where, based on proprietary data from Verdict Retail's aftermarket databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?European parc size and forecast; a look at the total European parc size and forecast for vehicles on the road, and the factors that are driving the market. -?Replacement rate commentary; an overview on the replacement rate of specific components and how that influences the aftermarket. -?Analysis of the European aftermarket by product family; an analysis of the value and volumes of the European aftermarket, with historic and forecast data to 2019. -?Analysis of the European aftermarket by distribution channel; an analysis of the value and volumes of the European aftermarket, with historic and forecast data to 2019 -?Analysis of the European aftermarket by product family revenues; regional analysis of which product families are up and which are down within the European aftermarket. Reasons?To?Buy -?This Trend Report helps executives understand the high level factors which are driving the European aftermarket. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting high level value and volume data that can be transplanted into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help clients to understand the broad dynamics influencing the European aftermarket. -?The report provides a regional analysis allowing different geographies to be compared. .

    • Release Date: February 29, 2016
    • Price: USD 5590
    • Format: PDF


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