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While the general trend in mature markets is for declining average mileage in lieu of higher vehicle ownership ratios per household, the ongoing economic stagnation is causing motorists to seek ...

While the general trend in mature markets is for declining average mileage in lieu of higher vehicle ownership ratios per household, the ongoing economic stagnation is causing motorists to seek financial savings by substituting vehicle use, thus decelerating their vehicles' wear rates and as a result reducing consumption of wear and tear parts on an annual basis.Achieve revenue growth by understanding the forecast sales of wear and tear parts by country and adjust business development plans to suit.Uncover new distribution opportunities for your products by identifying which types of retailer are most successful in each country and why.Improve your product mix and hence revenues by gaining insight into what types of wear and tear parts are proving popular, by country and region.Formulate market share and channel share objectives for your company using our product and distribution data.Develop new strategies to sell your products by understanding where premium and budget brands are most popular, and why.Despite only having a relatively small volume in 2011, shock absorbers are proportionally one of the most valuable components in the aftermarket. This component is expected to experience a decrease of almost 9% in sales by 2015, and while this equates to smaller losses than some other parts, the financial ramifications will be profound.As developments progress in the improvement of the passenger car, batteries will be required to evolve in order to serve the needs of technological advances. These next generation batteries are expected to be fully integrated into the market within the next four to five years.Of the wear and tear components expecting decline, the windscreen wiper blade market anticipates one of the smaller contractions. While this may appear positive, this particular component is relatively low cost and, as such, requires higher volumes in order to maintain market value.Which countries have the highest penetration of brake drums and shoes'Which countries are displaying the highest growth rates for brake drum/shoe versus disc/pad setups'What are the consumer behaviors regarding retailer and component brand selection in the European wear and tear parts market, by component and country'What are the market shares of the key distribution channels for brake parts, exhausts, batteries, wiper blades, shocks and cat converters, by country'What is the average annual spend by consumers on wear and tear parts by component and by country'

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    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!The Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115Published on June 2012 Report SummaryWhile the general trend in mature markets is for declining average mileage in lieu of higher vehicle ownership ratios per household,the ongoing economic stagnation is causing motorists to seek financial savings by substituting vehicle use, thus decelerating theirvehicles wear rates and as a result reducing consumption of wear and tear parts on an annual basis.Achieve revenue growth byunderstanding the forecast sales of wear and tear parts by country and adjust business development plans to suit.Uncover newdistribution opportunities for your products by identifying which types of retailer are most successful in each country and why.Improveyour product mix and hence revenues by gaining insight into what types of wear and tear parts are proving popular, by country andregion.Formulate market share and channel share objectives for your company using our product and distribution data.Develop newstrategies to sell your products by understanding where premium and budget brands are most popular, and why.Despite only having arelatively small volume in 2011, shock absorbers are proportionally one of the most valuable components in the aftermarket. Thiscomponent is expected to experience a decrease of almost 9% in sales by 2015, and while this equates to smaller losses than someother parts, the financial ramifications will be profound.As developments progress in the improvement of the passenger car, batterieswill be required to evolve in order to serve the needs of technological advances. These next generation batteries are expected to befully integrated into the market within the next four to five years.Of the wear and tear components expecting decline, the windscreenwiper blade market anticipates one of the smaller contractions. While this may appear positive, this particular component is relativelylow cost and, as such, requires higher volumes in order to maintain market value.Which countries have the highest penetration ofbrake drums and shoesWhich countries are displaying the highest growth rates for brake drum/shoe versus disc/pad setupsWhat arethe consumer behaviors regarding retailer and component brand selection in the European wear and tear parts market, by componentand countryWhat are the market shares of the key distribution channels for brake parts, exhausts, batteries, wiper blades, shocksand cat converters, by countryWhat is the average annual spend by consumers on wear and tear parts by component and by country Table of ContentOVERVIEW Introduction Key findings Falling average mileage and motorists prudence are market depressants Increasing demand for raw materials from emerging markets is adversely affecting global prices Movement toward lighter vehicles will have a distinct effect on the brake component replacement market Cost-effectiveness overrides loyalty in the brake market Extended lifespan of catalytic convertors detrimental to replacement rates Failing economic conditions support the deferral of exhaust maintenance Shock absorbers: a small market with a large value that is expected to fall Volume is the main driver behind the windscreen wiper market across Western Europe Technology will shape the future of starter batteries, but replacement rates will fall in the interim Strategic recommendations Consider the technical specifications of new vehicles as an indicator of future demand Focus on profit-based sales, as volume will continue to fall Focus marketing strategies on tradesmen and retailers rather than consumersThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 1/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Vehicle manufacturer networks and garages represent the biggest sales opportunities for the aftermarket Vehicle parc dynamics will indicate the future component requirements of national aftersales markets Consider regional climates when anticipating demand for service parts Consider the long-term implications of technological advances Executive summary Brake components Catalytic converters and exhaust systems Other wear and tear components BELGIUM Brake pads Volume: decreasing average mileage will cause reduced brake pad wear Value: rising materials costs mean that pads are set to become more expensive to produce and replace Market shares: garages hold an established share due to recent investment in equipment Consumer attitudes: favoring cheaper imported brands could compromise brake performance Brake discs Volume: market expansion is forecast due to an influx of affordable components Value: increased market size results in higher demand for labor Market shares: loyal motorists favor established distribution outlets Consumer attitudes: customers rush to exploit opportunity of reduced product cost Brake shoes Volume: dwindling popularity will cause future market contractions Value: production is becoming less cost-effective due to waning demand Market shares: vehicle age concerns force motorists to look for the cheapest possible deals Consumer attitudes: a lack of efficiency benefits results in motorists maximizing wear Brake drums Volume: future fluctuations will lead to overall market decline Value: increased component complexity drives labor costs up Market shares: strong relationships demonstrated by preferred sales channels Consumer attitudes: increased motoring costs lead people to reduce mileage and thus wear Catalytic converters Volume: advanced technology promotes component longevity but impacts the aftermarket Value: expensive materials not sufficient to halt contracting market value Market shares: price-conscious motorists seek cost-effective outlets Consumer attitudes: lack of understanding does nothing to influence driving style Exhaust systems Volume: volume declining due to increased product longevity Value: decline will be recorded as consumers cut exhaust system spending Market shares: the market share of garages is increasing due to better product range offerings Consumer attitudes: improved manufacturing drives exhaust system prices up Shock absorbers Volume: shock absorber volume declining as consumers defer replacement Value: the increasing price of shock absorbers promotes value stabilization Market shares: professional outlets are preferred due to the necessity of professional replacement Consumer attitudes: shock absorbers follow overall aftermarket expenditure decline Windscreen wiper blades Volume: new windscreen wiper blade technologies encourage aftermarket sales growth Value: rising sales and new blade technologies will drive an increase in market value Market shares: the increased complexity of windscreen wiper blades promotes growth in professional channelsThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 2/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Consumer attitudes: increasing windscreen wiper blade value breaks trend of overall aftermarket decline Starter batteries Volume: rising volume slowed by increasing product life Value: improvements to starter battery manufacturing drives market value up Market shares: professional channels remain popular, with little change anticipated Consumer attitudes: starter battery prices increase despite overall market decline NETHERLANDS Brake pads Volume: rising car parc not enough to guarantee increased demand for components Value: raw material costs set to influence overall market worth Market shares: manufacturers look to reduce production costs to maintain interest Consumer attitudes: escalating costs set to increase conservative driving styles Brake discs Volume: higher replacement rate anticipated until market saturation is reached Value: increased sales set to grow market worth through fierce competition Market shares: smaller outlets will look at ways to entice customers in order to gain market share Consumer attitudes: component longevity of imports depends largely on the end user Brake shoes Volume: vehicle age drives motorists to maximize wear Value: market worth set to contradict future developments in market size Market shares: multiple sales outlets set to generate competition Consumer attitudes: swing in preferred vehicle types set to impact the aftermarket Brake drums Volume: market contractions are less significant than in neighboring countries Value: static market worth hides individual parts and labor developments Market shares: reduced demand leads to imbalanced market distribution patterns Consumer attitudes: value for money is becoming a high priority among motorists Catalytic converters Volume: future sales potentially restricted due to technological influences Value: consumers remain unaffected by raw material price fluctuations Market shares: competition gives rise to historically less popular channels Consumer attitudes: developments in component longevity dictate customer behavior Exhaust systems Volume: a successful scrappage scheme led to the decline in exhaust system sales Value: increasing popularity of hybrid vehicles promotes retracting market value Market shares: little change as professionals remain the preferred choice Consumer attitudes: increasing price of exhaust systems caused by higher quality materials used Shock absorbers Volume: replacement rates decline as consumers seek to prolong shock absorber use Value: market value declining in line with reduced sales of shock absorbers Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks remain the favored channel due to product complexity Consumer attitudes: reduced aftermarket spend continues to affect shock absorbers Windscreen wiper blades Volume: the market for windscreen wiper blades is static as consumers continue to defer replacement Value: market value remains stable due to rising penetration of flat and hybrid blades Market shares: professional channels set for growth due to a lack of DIY willingness Consumer attitudes: the price of windscreen wiper blades is increasingly driven by improved blade styles Starter batteriesThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 3/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Volume: preference for low cost batteries and increased electric requirements promote volume growth Value: value to grow faster than volume due to the penetration of AGM and EFB batteries Market shares: lack of DIY willingness means the preference for professional channels continues Consumer attitudes: growth of market bucks trend of overall aftermarket value decline AUSTRIA Brake pads Volume: customer mentality helps to support aftermarket stability Value: future market developments could increase opportunities for vendors Market shares: manufacturers strong position helps maintain prices Consumer attitudes: component awareness leads motorists to focus on local products Brake discs Volume: driving habits could hinder long-term aftermarket development Value: customer knowhow slows labor value prospects Market shares: affordability remains the key focus Consumer attitudes: the economic situation helps preserve frequent maintenance cycles Brake shoes Volume: braking efficiency demands could impact market size Value: cheaper unit prices are testimony to the resolve of manufacturers Market shares: vehicle age a deciding factor in distribution channel preference Consumer attitudes: strong customer awareness mostly lost on inefficient systems Brake drums Volume: vehicle age distribution set to dictate the future of the aftermarket Value: cheaper parts not sufficient to increase demand Market shares: component complexity generally prevents motorists from carrying out repairs Consumer attitudes: careful driving prolongs the lifespan of older components Catalytic converters Volume: bleak outlook forecast as a result of technological developments Value: the extent of labor-intensive work will help minimize market value contractions Market shares: the bespoke services on offer dictate consumer sales outlet preference Consumer attitudes: Austrian motorists tend to drive carefully to do more good than harm Exhaust systems Volume: improving product quality leads to declining sales Value: reduced consumer spending leads to decreasing market value Market shares: consumers show preference for professional outlets in Austria Consumer attitudes: increasing quality of exhaust systems drives price up Shock absorber Volume: shock absorber sales decreased as the scrappage scheme removed old vehicles from the market Value: the recession affected consumer spending, leading to falling market value Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks remain the favored distribution channel Consumer attitudes: Austrians are unwilling to spend on shock absorbers as cost becomes more important Windscreen wiper blades Volume: volume stabilizes due to consumers returning to the market Value: new and more expensive blades will continue to increase market value Market shares: blade pricing drives the market share of garages and autocenters Consumer attitudes: failing mileage leads to a declining replacement rate Starter batteries Volume: new battery technologies spark small increase in sales Value: increasing electrical requirements lead to growth of market valueThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 4/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Market shares: professional outlets remain favored by consumers Consumer attitudes: spending on starter batteries to increase despite overall aftermarket expenditure declining SWITZERLAND Brake pads Volume: influence of winter weather shown in aftermarket developments Value: economic stability and prosperity leads to higher unit prices Market shares: sales outlet preference depends mostly on vehicle age Consumer attitudes: control of part longevity is hindered by the nature of Swiss terrain Brake discs Volume: market expansion likely due to increased component degradation Value: increased labor opportunities set to significantly grow market worth Market shares: established market shares built on strong customer relationships Consumer attitudes: keen Øvehicle awareness unable to influence part longevity Brake shoes Volume: stable economy makes newer vehicles and brake systems more affordable Value: market worth will fall if motorists favor more efficient brake systems Market shares: vehicle age predominantly determines the most favored sales channels Consumer attitudes: motorists prefer to buy newer vehicles than prolong the lifespan of older components Brake drums Volume: reduced demand will likely impact replacement rates Value: material demand from emerging markets has caused production costs to rise Market shares: preferred distribution outlets remain dependent on vehicle age Consumer attitudes: motorists are largely unable to conserve brake components due to local terrain Catalytic converters Volume: increased part longevity will lead to a decline in aftermarket size Value: high unit costs are caused by manufacturers passing on raw material price increases Market shares: motorists can generally afford the high service costs offered by sales channels Consumer attitudes: the nature of local open roads facilitates component preservation Exhaust systems Volume: increasing exhaust system longevity leads to falling market volume Value: value will decline at a lower rate than volume as product improvements raise prices Market shares: increasing average vehicle age drives up the market share of garages Consumer attitudes: exhaust systems suffer from decreased replacement across the aftermarket Shock absorbers Volume: volume to decline as the number of shock absorbers replaced as a matter of maintenance decreases Value: value declines in the face of falling sales as consumers seek to cut costs Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks set to continue their dominance of the shock absorber aftermarket Consumer attitudes: overall aftermarket spending declines in line with falling shock absorbers sales Windscreen wiper blades Volume: windscreen wiper blades being used for longer results in declining sales Value: value declines despite more expensive blades being introduced into the aftermarket Market shares: reduced DIY willingness leads to a market share increase for garages Consumer attitudes: the increased price of windscreen wiper blades will fail to protect the market from falling sales Starter batteries Volume: volume set to increase as vehicle reliance on electric increases Value: value rising faster than volume as increased power requirements lead to more expensive batteries Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks decline and garages increase as consumers seek the best deal Consumer attitudes: overall aftermarket spending declines but starter batteries break the trend with rising salesThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 5/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! APPENDIX Definitions Methodology Further reading Ask the analyst Datamonitors Global Automotive Proposition Component Insight reports Channel Insight reports Strategic Insight reports Consumer Insight reports Databases Disclaimer TABLES Table: Western Europe: brake markets Table: Western Europe: catalytic converter and exhaust system markets Table: Western Europe: other wear and tear component markets Table: Belgium brake pads snapshot Table: Belgium brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium brake discs snapshot Table: Belgium brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium brake shoes snapshot Table: Belgium brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium brake drums snapshot Table: Belgium brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium catalytic converters snapshot Table: Belgium catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium exhaust systems snapshot Table: Belgium exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium shock absorbers snapshot Table: Belgium shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium windscreen wiper blades snapshot Table: Belgium windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Belgium starter battery snapshot Table: Belgium starter battery: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands brake pads snapshot Table: Netherlands brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands brake discs snapshot Table: Netherlands brake discs : distribution market shares , 2011 Table: Netherlands brake shoes snapshot Table: Netherlands brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands brake drums snapshot Table: Netherlands brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands catalytic converters snapshot Table: Netherlands catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands exhaust systems snapshot Table: Netherlands exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands shock absorbers snapshot Table: Netherlands shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011The Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 6/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Table: Netherlands windscreen wiper blades snapshot Table: Netherlands windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Netherlands starter battery snapshot Table: Netherlands starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria brake pads snapshot Table: Austria brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria brake discs snapshot Table: Austria brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria brake shoes snapshot Table: Austria brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria brake drums snapshot Table: Austria brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria catalytic converters snapshot Table: Austria catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria exhaust systems snapshot Table: Austria exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria shock absorber snapshot Table: Austria shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria windscreen wiper blade snapshot Table: Austria windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Austria starter batteries snapshot Table: Austria starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland brake pads snapshot Table: Switzerland brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland brake discs snapshot Table: Switzerland brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland brake shoes snapshot Table: Switzerland brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland brake drums snapshot Table: Switzerland brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland catalytic converters snapshot Table: Switzerland catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland exhaust systems snapshot Table: Switzerland exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland shock absorber snapshot Table: Switzerland shock absorber: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland windscreen wiper blades snapshot Table: Switzerland windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011 Table: Switzerland starter battery snapshot Table: Switzerland starter battery: distribution market shares, 2011 FIGURES Figure: Belgium brake pads: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium brake pads: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium brake discs: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium brake discs: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium brake shoes: market volume and replacement rateThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 7/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Figure: Belgium brake shoes: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium brake drums: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium brake drums: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium catalytic converters: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium exhaust systems: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium shock absorbers: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium windscreen wipers: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Belgium starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Belgium starter batteries: labor and parts value Figure: Belgium starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands brake pads: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands brake pads: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands brake discs : market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands brake discs : labor and part s value Figure: Netherlands brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands brake shoes: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands brake drums: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands brake drums: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands catalytic converters: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands exhaust systems: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands shock absorbers: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Netherlands starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Netherlands starter batteries: labor and parts value Figure: Netherlands starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria brake pads: market volume and replacement rateThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 8/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Figure: Austria brake pads: labor and parts value Figure: Austria brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria brake discs: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria brake discs: labor and parts value Figure: Austria brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria brake shoes: labor and parts value Figure: Austria brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria brake drums: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria brake drums: labor and parts value Figure: Austria brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria catalytic converters: labor and parts value Figure: Austria catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria exhaust systems: labor and parts value Figure: Austria exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria shock absorber: labor and parts value Figure: Austria shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value Figure: Austria windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Austria starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Austria starter batteries: labor and parts value Figure: Austria starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland brake pads: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland brake pads: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland brake discs: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland brake discs: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland brake shoes: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland brake drums: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland brake drums: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland catalytic converters: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland exhaust systems: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland shock absorbers: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rateThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 9/12
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Figure: Switzerland windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component Figure: Switzerland starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate Figure: Switzerland starter batteries: labor and parts value Figure: Switzerland starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per componentCompanies mentionedCMS Energy Corporation, Hutchison 3G UK LimitedThe Western European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 201115 (From Slideshare) Page 10/12
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