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U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarkets

  • Published: March 1998
  • Region: United States
  • Frost & Sullivan



Demand for aftermarket alternators and starters for passenger cars and light trucks has increased significantly over the past decade. This Frost & Sullivan report offers it users a clear view of where the market is headed, providing a better look at their own market position, strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities. With a detailed distribution analysis and replacements rates forecast through 2004, the report provides the tools you need to put your company at the top.



- Executive Summary

- Introduction to the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Summary of Major Findings

- Industry Challenges and Research Methodology

- Identification of Challenges Facing the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Time Frame Analysis of Industry Challenges

- Frost & Sullivan's 12-Step Market Engineering Research Methodology

- Market Engineering Forecasting Methodology

- List of Acronyms

- Market Engineering Measurement Analysis of the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Market Overview and Definitions

- Presentation of Strategic Significance of Measurements

- Market Engineering Research for the U.S. Remanufactured Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Forecasts of the Total Market

- Market Engineering Research for the U.S. New Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Forecasts of the Total Market

- Distribution Analysis of the U.S.Remanufactured Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Core Distribution

- Analysis of Remanufacturing Distribution Chain

- Industry Structure

- Aftermarket Channel Analysis

- Market Engineering Strategy

- What Is Market Engineering Strategy?

- How to Improve the Market Engineering Strategy Development Process

- Market Engineering Strategic Recommendations

- Market Engineering Planning in the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Integrating Market Engineering into the Business Planning Process

- Using Market Engineering Planning to Support the Business Planning Process

- Implementation of Market Engineering

- Introduction and Summary

- How to ImplementMarket Engineering in a Company

- How to Make the Most of This Market Engineering Report

- Market Engineering Monitoring of the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Purpose of Market Engineering Monitoring

- How to Design a Successful Monitoring Program

- Top Ten Critical Elements of a Market Engineering Program in the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Frost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Awards in the U.S. Alternator and Starter Aftermarket

- Frost & Sullivan's Strategic Recommendations for Further Research

- Profiles of Strategically Targeted Companies

- Arrow Automotive Industries (508) 872-3711

- Exide Corporation (810) 258-0080

- GM Service Parts Operations (810) 257-3900

- MPA (Motorcar Parts and Accessories, Inc.) (310) 212-7910

- Robert Bosch Corporation (708) 865-5200Subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH

- World Wide Automotive (540) 667-9100

- Database of Key Industry Participants

- Market Participants

- Related Companies

- Distributors

- Industry Associations

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