Post-acquisition of Speedy France, the company also launched a new manufacturing plant based in Indonesia. Continental AG also opened its new production plants in India and China this year.
Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/28/2017 -- In Future Market Insights' market report titled, "Automotive Aftermarket: ASEAN Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026", poor road infrastructure and extended vehicle life have been identified as profitable factors for the growth of the automotive aftermarket in ASEAN. On account of growing out-of-warranty car parc, the US$ 19.3 Bn ASEAN automotive aftermarket is predicted to surpass US$ 48 Bn in revenues by 2026 end, increasing at a healthy CAGR of 9.6% through 2026.
Key Trends Impacting the ASEAN Automotive Aftermarket
Growing popularity of new, lightweight vehicle models
Advances in OEM technology and OEM globalisation
Adoption of remote vehicle diagnostic systems, growing awareness about self-inflating tyres, and widespread acceptance of electric vehicle technology
Online sales of automotive parts and accessories
Establishment of franchises in emerging countries, especially those where vehicle parc is steadily gaining traction
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Segmentation Highlights: Tyres Will Remain Highest Selling Parts; Indonesia to Remain the Largest Market
By type, tyres will continue to account for the largest revenue share. In the accessories segment, the interior accessories segment – which includes steering wheels, seat covers, seat belts, liners, floor mats, liners, gauges, dash boards, and shift knobs – will reportedly hold a major share of over 66%, crossing a value of US$ 9.0 Bn by 2026 end.
By service, general automotive repair is estimated at over 86% value share during the forecast period, maintaining dominance over automotive transmission repairs. By vehicle type, passenger cars will continue to attract higher revenues compared to commercial vehicles. Indonesia will remain the largest market accounting for 35% revenue share of the market in 2026. Thailand and Malaysia, the other key markets will collectively account for over 50% revenue share of the market.
Fundamental Shift in Consumer Preference and Driver's Choice Will Impact the Market
With driverless car technology and dashboard pyro techniques steadily gaining traction, consumers are likely to have more aftermarket channels to shop. Consumer behaviour is expected to shift from a conventional way of buying vehicle parts, accessing repair services, and selecting accessories. Moreover, evolving driver preferences also reflect a new set of revenue generation opportunities for automakers, auto part suppliers, repair shops, and accessory retailers. Consumers are increasingly becoming aware of the latest launched products and thus, will access a plethora of aftermarket product offerings to cater to their comfort, aesthetics, and infotainment-related requirements.
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Key Players Focussing on Boosting Expansion Capacity
The key players highlighted in the ASEAN automotive aftermarket include Denso Corporation, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., Continental AG, Delphi Automotive PLC, ACDelco, Faurecia SA, Magneti Marelli SpA, Robert Bosch GmbH, Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd., and Bridgestone Corporation. Bridgestone, one of the top companies, announced expansion of its international manufacturing capabilities in Germany this year. Post-acquisition of Speedy France, the company also launched a new manufacturing plant based in Indonesia. Continental AG also opened its new production plants in India and China this year.