DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Mexican Diesel Engine Filters Aftermarket, Forecast to 2020" report to their offering.
The diesel engine filters aftermarket in Mexico is experiencing growth that is driven by a revamp in the United States and domestic economy. It is characterized by growth in the GDP, mining, construction, and transport industries. Old bus and truck fleets in Mexico drive the filters aftermarket growth mainly for locally manufactured products, while premium brands capture market share due to the sales of new bus and truck units.
Because of increasing competition from domestic Mexican companies and low-cost Asian imports, Tier I companies are redesigning new market strategies that are aimed at maintaining their market shares. Extended warranties are a key market strategy and are tied to official technical services obligations, mining and construction company stakeholders, and training programs for third party mechanics, drivers, and transport.
In order to fight this challenge, the Mexican Filter Manufacturers Association (AMFFI), together with its associates, is developing media and marketing campaigns to alert consumers about this issue and inform users about the dangers of using low-cost cloned parts to the diesel engine lifecycle. Although the filter market is at mature stage, the main market participants are currently investing in R&D activities in order to develop cutting-edge technologies, to differentiate from Tier II and Tier III companies, and to adapt to the new technological developments of diesel engines.
- Fleetguard (Cummins Filtration)
- Mann + Hummel
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
3. Definition and Segmentation
4. Mexico-Country Overview
5. Mexican Transportation and C&M Market Overview
6. Mexican Diesel Engine Filters Market Analysis
7. Select Market Participant Profiles
8. Growth Opportunities in the Mexican Diesel Engine Filters Market
9. Conclusions and Strategic Recommendations
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