The African Commercial Vehicles Market Report 2019-2024 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The African commercial vehicles (CV) market is largely driven by increasing infrastructural developments and rising urbanisation.

South Africa is the largest contributor to the CV market in Africa, with over 50% share. However, until 2025, Ghana, Angola, Nigeria, and Kenya, are expected to be the fastest-growing markets and the only ones to increase their share in the overall African CV market. Zimbabwe has potential to be amongst the fastest growing depending on new government reforms and if the business environment improves. However the country will be coming from a relatively low sales base.

Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the African Commercial Vehicles Market, find hidden opportunities in the most current research data available, understand competitive threats with our detailed market analysis, and plan your corporate strategy with this expert qualitative analysis and growth projections.

Why you should buy the report:

  • 121 pages of comprehensive analysis
  • 47 tables and graphs quantifying the market in detail
  • African Commercial Vehicles Market forecasts between 2019 and 2024
  • Forecasts for the 14 African Commercial Vehicles Markets and an outlook on the rest of the continent.
  • Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Morocco, Kenya, Ghana, Algeria, Angola, Tunisia, Tanzania, Mauritius, Cameroon and Zimbabwe.
  • A SWOT analysis that examines the African Commercial Vehicles market
  • 7 key companies identified and profiled operating within the African Commercial Vehicles Market, including 2019 market share information.

Companies Profiled

  • FAW South Africa
  • Foton Kenya
  • General Motors East Africa (GMEA)
  • MAN Truck & Bus (South Africa)
  • Shaanxi Automobile Group Co. Ltd.
  • SNVI
  • Renault

Key Topics Covered

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Benefits of the Report
  3. Intended Audience
  4. Report Contributors
  5. Methodology
  6. African Commercial Vehicle Market SWOT
  7. Global Commercial Vehicle Market Outlook
  8. Regional Overview
  9. African Commercial Vehicle Market Outlook
  10. Governments Coming Around
  11. Drivers & Restraints of the African Commercial Vehicle Market
  12. Drivers
  13. Investment into Infrastructure
  14. Resource Exploration & Mining
  15. Rising Local Production & Assembly
  16. Restraints
  17. Used Vehicles
  18. High Taxes on New Vehicles
  19. Local Currency Weakness
  20. Africa Commercial Vehicles Market Data & Forecasts
  21. South Africa Commercial Vehicle Market
  22. Egypt Commercial Vehicle Market
  23. Algeria Commercial Vehicle Market
  24. Morocco Commercial Vehicle Market
  25. Tunisia Commercial Vehicle Market
  26. Kenya Commercial Vehicle Market
  27. Botswana Commercial Vehicle Market
  28. Nigeria Commercial Vehicle Market
  29. Angola Commercial Vehicle Market
  30. Ethiopian Commercial Vehicle Market
  31. Cameroon Commercial Vehicle Market
  32. Mauritius Commercial Vehicle Market
  33. Ghana Commercial Vehicle Market
  34. Zimbabwe Commercial Vehicle Market
  35. Rest of Africa Commercial Vehicle Market
  36. Industry News and Developments
  37. Hyundai Opens Assembly Plant in Ethiopia
  38. Kenya Reduces Imported Cars Age Limit
  39. CMC Motors to Distribute Renault Trucks
  40. EAC in Joint Vehicle Assembly Inniative
  41. Volvo Sets Up Truck Assembly Plant in Mombasa
  42. Industry Trends & Market Opportunities
  43. Challenging South Africa's Dominance
  44. Asian Automotive companies Move In
  45. New Cars Sales Remain Low
  46. Used Cars Challenge
  47. Banding Together
  48. Trade Imbalances
  49. Affordability Still a Key Issue
  50. Long-term Strategy Required
  51. Market Overview

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