AftermarketInsight reports deep dive into key aspects of the aftermarket industry, backed by a wealth of granular data sets, coupled with rigorous analysis of critical trends and evolving markets.

They provide extensive coverage of a variety of topics, both technical and commercial, including VIO trends, influence of regulation policies, and OEM aftersales strategies.

Combined with historical trends and reliable forecasts, AftermarketInsight reports are valuable thought leadership assets.

With at least 6 reports each year the main content areas includes:

  • Vehicles in Operation
  • Technology and Manufacturing
  • Distribution
  • Servicing and Repair
  • Policy and Regulation

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Automechanika Frankfurt 2022
We attended the long awaited return of Automechanika in Frankfurt. The aftermarket trade show has been absent, in physical form, since 2018.
Recent mergers & acquisitions in the global aftermarket industry
The analysis in this report is written using a proprietary S&P Global tracker that captures recent mergers, acquisitions, divestments, investments, and spin-offs (MEADIS) in the automotive industry, with a focus on the aftermarket businesses. The data captured in the tracker and for the analysis in the report are from the beginning of 2021 to June 2022, inclusive, at a global level. It will identify and highlight trends behind these business decisions including key reasons behind the tran...
Global analysis of vehicle miles travelled and potential impact on the aftermarket
This report will present key global vehicle miles traveled data (VMT) with analysis to determine key trends and further explore its importance and impact on the automotive aftermarket. First, this report will elaborate from a global perspective, identifying key VMT trends for select countries, vehicle fuel types, and body styles. It will then deep dive into specific countries for further VMT analysis and trends, within each of these vehicle attributes separately.   Throughout this rep...
Analysis of global scrappage policies and potential impact on the future aftermarket
This report will aim to present national scrappage policy information in terms of incentives, timelines, conditions, and vehicle characteristics, for passenger vehicles in key countries globally. It will also present data on the total number of vehicles that are designated end-of-life (EOL) in each of the selected countries, from 2012 to 2020. Using these two segments, it will analyze the impact on the aftermarket industry, in addition, presenting a future perspective on the same. The analysis ...
Revenue impact of BEV growth on global OEM aftersales’ channels
This report aims to provide the automotive aftersales and aftermarket industry with detailed insights into how the increase in the number of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) will contribute to a notable change in the revenue generated from original equipment manufacturer (OEM) annual aftersales maintenance servicing procedures at a global level. It presents detailed OEM aftersales maintenance revenue data and analysis at a regional and country level for key automotive aftermarket markets incl...

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