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Given during the EASN Conference, 29th January 2010, at the Eaton Hotel, Birmingham UK.

Given during the EASN Conference, 29th January 2010, at the Eaton Hotel, Birmingham UK.

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  • Slight Increase in the West European aftermarket business only East-European market will triple until 2020 Key drivers for the different development: car park development and increasin repair costst in Eastern Europe
  • Revenues in wear and tear as well as service parts are expected to decline by more than 20% until 2020 Increasing parts longevity and reduced car usage are the key drivers for the declining demand An increase in demand for electronics and power train parts is expected
  • Until 2020, OEMs will increasingly push into segment II and dominate it Key drivers are in particular extended warranty and full-service contracts Survey respondents expect an overall increase of the OES channel market share until 2020

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  • 1. EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET FACTS TECHNOLOGIES STRATEGIES Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 2. Profile of CLEPA Current crisis and the consequences Original Equipment (OE) Key Elements Conclusion Most likely strategies Framework in the EU TECHNOLOGIES AND REGULATIONS FOR SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT GENERAL VIEW ON THE AUTOMOTIVE BUSINESS Possible measures from the Aftermarket THE EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET BUSINESS
  • 3.
    • EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIERS
    • REPRESENTS:
    • 20 National Associations
    • 3000 Companies with:
      • 3 Million Employees
      • € 12 Billion Annual R&D Spend
      • € 300 Billion Annual sales
        • 50% of total R&D spending comes from suppliers
        • Majority of patents come from suppliers
        • 75% of the Car-value comes from suppliers
    • 50 Years of experience
    • Accredited partner to:
      • EU
      • UN
    Profile of CLEPA Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 4.
    • CLEPA WORKING GROUPS
    • -> Which cover all relevant topics for the
    • automotive suppliers
    • Aftermarket Policy
    • Human Resources & Development
    • Legal Advisory Group
    • Research and Technology Development
    • SMEs
    • Technical Regulations
    • Trade
    • Warranty
    Profile of CLEPA Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 5.
    • www.clepa.eu
    Profile of CLEPA
  • 6.
    • Reduced forecast in car sales will intensify overcapacity and
    • affect the whole chain downwards. Sales Worldwide:
    • This will lead to crowding out, with following implications:
    • Concentration and internationalisation/globalisation
    • Various models of cooperation (risk sharing)
    • Shifting of production
    • Streamlining of management structures
    • Further Flexibilisation of employment
    Current crisis and the consequences 2007 2008 Forecast 2009 50-55 Mio Vehicles 69 Mio Vehicles 63 Mio Vehicles Worldwide Capacity : 90 Mio Vehicles Source: ACEA, PWC
  • 7.
    • But also:
    • Insolvencies
    • Result:
    • Loss of companies and bail out ( equity )
    • Loss of employment
    • Less players
    • But stronger ones
    Current crisis and the consequences
  • 8.
    • From a suppliers perspective:
    • Chances and challenges for remaining automotive suppliers
    • Acceleration of new technologies forced
    • by law and competition.
    • Additional growth potential
    Current crisis and the consequences Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 9. Profile of CLEPA Current crisis and the consequences Original Equipment (OE) Key Elements Conclusion Most likely strategies Framework in the EU TECHNOLOGIES AND REGULATIONS FOR SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT GENERAL VIEW ON THE AUTOMOTIVE BUSINESS Possible measures from the Aftermarket THE EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET BUSINESS
  • 10. ROAD MAP OF POWER SOURCES Start 2012 2020 2030 2050 end of petrol Mainly heavy duty vehicles Combustion engine ELECTRIC VEHICLES FUEL CELLS TECHNOLOGIES HYDROGEN HYBRIDS Original Equipment (OE) BIOFUELS RANGE EXTENDERS
  • 11.
    • REGULATIONS FOR SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT
    • C02 reduction legislation passed in December 2008:
      • New cars ≤ 120 g/km CO2 by 2012 in average
      • Including penalties from 15 to 95 Euro
      • Long term target of ≤ 95 g/km CO2 by 2020
    • C02 reduction legislation for Light Commercial Vehicles passed in October 2009:
      • The EU fleet average for all new light commercial vehicles (vans) of 175 g/km will apply as of 2014
      • A target of 135g/km is specified for the year 2020
    Original Equipment (OE) Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 12.
    • REGULATIONS FOR SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT
    • Electronic Stability Control (ESP/ESC):
    • Mandatory on passenger cars & Heavy Duty 2011/2014
    • Advanced Emergency Braking and Lane
    • Departure Warning:
    • Mandatory for bus & Heavy Duty 2013/2015
    • Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems
    • Mandatory for passengar cars 2012/2014
    Original Equipment (OE)
  • 13.
    • The competitiveness of R&D in Europe
    • We need to keep EU at the forefront of technology advancement in order to maintain the competitiveness of our industry
    • Industry needs generous funding from public sources to meet this challenge
    • Research focus on the development of:
    • Hybrid technologies
    • Electrically powered (plug-in)
    • 2nd generation biofuels (biomass to liquid form)
    • Hydrogen and fuel cell technology
    New technologies: Message to the authorities and the industry Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 14.
    • The existing car park can contribute to the road
    • safety and environment protection:
      • Retrofit products
      • Remanufactured products
    Possible measures from the Aftermarket Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 15.
    • RETROFIT EXAMPLES
    • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
    • Around 65% of European cars are
    • currently driven with under inflated tires.
    • Savings of up to 2,1%  of fuel
    • consumption, CO2 and other pollutant
    • emissions.
    • Increase of up to 12% of tyre lifetime.*
    Possible measures from the Aftermarket * Source : European Commission, 2006
  • 16.
    • REMANUFACTURING EXAMPLES
    • Main product lines:
    • AC compressors
    • Alternators
    • Brake calipers
    • Diesel Particulate Filters
    • Drive shafts
    • ECU’s
    • Engines
    • Gearboxes
    • Injection parts
    • Instrument Packs
    • Starters
    • Steering racks & pumps
    • Turbos
    • Wiper motors
    Possible measures from the Aftermarket
  • 17. 32,000 jobs today 10 times more tomorrow 10.9 millions tons of CO2 reduction today ECE R90 Type approval Traceability Possible measures from the Aftermarket BENEFITS REMANUFACTURED PRODUCTS Employment Safety Environment CO2
  • 18.
    • 1. SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF THE EUROPEAN CAR PARK.
    Key Elements 265 Mio Vehicles Average Age: 8,5 Years ≤ 5 years : 35 % 5-10 years: 33 % > 10 years : 32 % Tendency : Increasing car park age Source: ACEA pocket guide, figures of 2006 Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 19.
    • 2. SIZE OF EUROPEAN AFTERMARKET
    • (in billion EURO)
    Key Elements CAGR 2,8% 10,5% 1% Consumerprice level including labour and VAT, passenger cars 145 164 20 66 Source: A.T. Kearney, SupplierBusiness 165 230 2008 2020 +40% +232% +14% Eastern Europe Western Europe EU 25 countries
  • 20.
    • 5. KEY DRIVERS OF CHANGING DEMAND UNTIL 2020
    Key Elements
  • 21.
    • FOCUS
    • 1. Competition for the sake of the consumer *
    • 2. Increasing Safety on European Roads *
    • Protection of Environment *
    • Regulatory Simplification and internationally recognized rules *
    • * Extracts from CARS 21
    Framework in the EU Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 22.
    • IMPORTANT LEGISLATION
    • 1. European Commission Treaty Rules, Article 101-106
      • - Common Rules on competition, taxation and approximation of laws
    • 2. Euro 5/6 (EC 715/2007)
    • - Access to information for inspection, diagnosis, servicing or repair for new car models compulsory from 2009.
    • - Necessary information required for the manufacturer of diagnostic tools and publishers.
    • - Unequivocal Parts Identification via VIN
    Framework in the EU
  • 23.
    • IMPORTANT LEGISLATION
    • 3. Motor Vehicle Block Exemption (MVBER EC 1400/2002)
    • -> Expires in 05.2010, Will be replaced by new MVBER and VBER, which will contain (according to the current draft):
    • - Hardcore restrictions on dual branding and free flow of spare
    • parts.
    • - Guidelines on Maintenance and Repair information (RMI).
    • - Guidelines on Warranty terms.
    • - Guidelines to avoid abuse of subcontracting on tooling & IPR.
    Framework in the EU Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 24. OES Original Equipment Sales IAM Independent Aftermarket EUROPEAN AFTERMARKET PARTICIPANTS How they did act in the past Source: CLEPA Conclusion
  • 25. OES (Original Equipment Sales) IAM (Independent Aftermarket) OES OES IAM IAM Source: CLEPA EUROPEAN AFTERMARKET PARTICIPANTS How do they act now Conclusion
  • 26. Most likely strategies Development of IAM market shares OEMs will target shares in car range up to 8 years and push the IAM towards older cars , (CLEPA) (>8 years)
  • 27. Conclusion CLEPA´s Principles Consumers (car drivers or owners) must have the freedom to get repaired and maintained their car in the workshop of their choice, either independent or authorized. The workshop and the consumer must have the opportunity to order or buy spare parts from a supplier of their choice, independent (IO-network) or authorized (OEM-network). It must be assured that cars can be maintained and repaired properly and according to the regulations with the right spare parts in all workshops. Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 28. Conclusion The welfare of the car-owner must drive all thoughts and actions. The car-owner decides where to go.
      • By mind  distance  quality  cost
      • By feeling  convenience  trust  relationship
    Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 29. Conclusion The European Commission will / (has to) assure the right framework for: - fair competition - safety, environment and simplification of rules CLEPA supports the interests of the automotive part suppliers towards the European Institutions and the UN... … the rest is business … Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA
  • 30. THANK YOU Josef Frank Director Aftermarket CLEPA Conclusion