International Research

Sweden Automotive Parts and Accessories Including Aftermarket and OEMs

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The total market for automotive parts and accessories (HS 87.08) into Sweden was worth US$ 9.8 billion in 2005. Generally, Sweden offers a good market for high-quality and technically sophisticated automotive equipment. The best sales prospects exist for products within the safety and environment and the related telematics sectors. Swedes are very safety conscious and the automotive manufacturers are known to follow high safety standards. In the aftermarket, a large part of the sales are collision parts, body panels, car glass and headlights.

 

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Sweden American Car Sales - A Five Year Analysis of Car Registrations

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With car sales recovering from the slump caused by the IT-recession, imports are on the advance, and U.S. made cars are once again picking up the pace. The MPVs Chrysler Voyager and Chevrolet Transport, together representing over half of the registrations of U.S. cars in 2005, are unthreatened as the dominating forces generating demand for American cars, but rising stars such as the Chrysler Sebring, the Jeep Wrangler, as well as the aggregated Cadillac models, are all having strong growth rates. 2005 was a strong year for car sales in Sweden and 2006 seems promising as well. Major trends in the industry are the rise of crossover vehicles as well as the increased demand for cars with flexible fuel solutions.

 

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Spain-Based Japan Tuning Seeks Suppliers

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Spain-based Japan tuning seeking product suppliers.

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Russia Garage Equipment Market Overview

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The number of cars and trucks in Russia has grown tremendously over the last ten years and this trend continues today. However, the share of older vehicles in Russia is much higher than that in Western countries; and, as a result, those vehicles require extensive maintenance.

 

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Russia Automotive Aftermarket Industry

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This is the latest edition of the CS St. Petersburg Russian Automotive Industry Newsletter. This report contains information on developments in the imported and domestic car markets, trade events, and U.S. Commercial Service programs that can assist U.S. exporters wishing to enter this promising market. U.S. exporters should be aware of the U.S. Pavilion at the Moscow International Motor Show, Russia's largest automotive industry trade event (see end of report for details), to take place August 30 - September 3, 2006.

 

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Romanian Auto Parts Market

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An increasing number of foreign companies are making the strategic decision to manufacture auto parts for Romanian cars. This reflects the latest trend in the automotive industry whose growth has shifted from mature markets to emerging markets. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers are increasingly shifting production to Eastern Europe.

 

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Poland Automotive Parts and Accessories

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This report presents an introduction to the market for automotive parts and accessory products in Poland. Poland has a population of approximately 39 million people. Generally, Poles buy much smaller cars than most Americans and they tend to also keep them longer. Diesel fuel engines are more popular to a greater degree in Poland and unlike in the U.S., cars are almost exclusively equipped with manual gearboxes. Poland has also attracted a number of significant foreign investors including automotive parts producers like: Delphi, Dana, Gates, Suzuki, TRW, Lear,Visteon and others.

 

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Norway Automotive Aftermarket

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The market of automotive accessories and specialty equipment can best be described as stable and fragmented; the overall market size has been steady, and distribution channels consist of small independent regional importers for the most part.
The market is not particularly big. Absence of a strong heavy industry sector, auto industry in particular, makes the Norwegian auto aftermarket relatively small compared to neighboring Sweden. However, purchasing power is among the highest in the world and acceptance of U.S. products and technology is generally high. American high quality products and services as well as state-of-the-art technology are well received.

 

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The Netherlands Market for Accessories and Specialty Equipment

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The Dutch market for accessories and specialty equipment holds many opportunities for U.S. suppliers. The Netherlands ranks sixth largest market for passenger vehicles in Europe, it is largely dependent on imports and it is very receptive to U.S. products.

 

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Mexico Automotive Sector

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Mexico is currently eleventh in the world in automotive production and by 2011 will rank fifth, competing with stronger economies such as India, United States, China and Slovakia. In a report, PricewaterhouseCoopers affirms that this competition must have a sustained growth by the U.S. companies in the sector, and that they must use with better efficiency, the supplies, trade agreements, geography and customs benefits provided by Mexican government.

 

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