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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Digitalization of the workshop and VIO
This report looks at how and what digital technology, especially among connected services, have changed the way automotive service centers/workshops operate, making them more efficient, transparent and profitable. It also analyses the types of connected technologies that have become popular among vehicles in operation, and more importantly, what the future aftermarket potential could be, in terms of services, products and solutions for these vehicles.
Electrification of the aftermarket
This report looks into current and potential revenue opportunities for the automotive aftermarket industry that focus on servicing, repairing and maintaining electrified vehicles in operation, including profiles of key tier 1 and aftermarket suppliers producing parts and providing services for these vehicles.
High Voltage Battery Recycling: Not If but When and Where?
This report, based on the webinar hosted by the Aftermarket team at S&P Global Mobility on 20 July 2023, highlights key aspects from its Global High Voltage Battery Recycling Study
Automechanika Birmingham 2023
We attended Automechanika in Birmingham, UK to explore what is occurring in the digital space and also to attend the UK's aftermarket conference.
Global perspective on the right to repair
This report analyses the technical details behind the right to repair movement that is gaining ground across several countries and regions around the world, evaluates the position of this legislation, benefits to customers, and details the impact that it could potentially have on aftermarket.

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