The European automotive aftermarket is stronger than ever.
According to the recently published 10th edition of the Car Aftermarket Europe Report 2022, which contains the latest and verified data from 34 European countries, the aftermarket in Europe grew by 5% in 2021.
After a drop of 3,8% in 2020 the total value of sold spare parts in Europe has recovered and gained. Already during the pandemic, the aftermarket has shown its resilience towards larger crises, as it did in 2008. The year 2021 was full of crises as well. The pandemic situation, the shortage of supplies, the difficulties with the logistic chains etc..
Most of the circumstances have led to better performance in the Aftermarket, as the car drivers have to drive their current cars for a longer period. The situation of uncertainty has continued and even accelerated in 2022 due to the war in Ukraine, energy sourcing issues, and inflation.

Development of the european aftermarket value between 2018 and 2021

Aftermarket value development in Europe between 2018 and 2021

The report provides detailed information on each country’s passenger car and truck aftermarket. The report is the ideal support to understand the big picture of every single country in Europe. It gives a good overview of the aftermarket structure including the distribution and garage structure. One of the current trends that have accelerated during the pandemic crisis is that car manufacturers are becoming more active in the independent car aftermarket channel. Disregarding this trend, the market is still divided into two major channels. Both channels are described in their structure and total value.
Further, the report contains the number of car repair stations per country with a split into the different workshop types.

Additionally, the most important players like spare parts dealers, trade and buying groups, and the different garage types are represented with a company profile. The profiles contain the address, number of outlets, membership of national and international trade groups, and annual turnover.

The Car Aftermarket country reports are up to 120 pages long and include tables and graphs reflecting the specifics of each local market.
The reports cover not only the European Union plus Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, but all countries in the East up to and including Belarus, Russia, and Turkey. This makes the reports a valuable source of information, offering a unique insight into the European automotive aftermarket.

The Car Aftermarket Europe Report 2022 is an important tool for the European automotive industry. It provides a comprehensive and accurate overview of the European aftermarket and helps companies develop their strategies and determine their position in the market.

Table of content:

  1. Introduction
  2. Summary
    1. General situation
    2. The car data
    3. The aftermarket situation
    4. The aftermarket volume
    5. Comparison 2020 vs. 2021
    6. Comparison with Germany and Europe
  3. General Country specific information
    1. General data
    2. Macroeconomic data
    3. Vehicle data
      1. Passenger cars data (total registrations and new registrations per year)
      2. Passenger car parc by brand
      3. Truck Fleet
      4. Bus fleet
  4. Aftermarket Structure
    1. OES Structure
      1. OES trade and buying groups
      2. OES garage marketing systems
      3. Important car dealers / car dealer groups
    2. Structure of IAM distribution
      1. Traditional IAM distribution
        1. Trade and buying groups
        2. Specialized trade and buying groups
        3. Wholesalers / Distributors
        4. Specialized distributors
        5. Truck parts distributors
        6. Auto centers
        7. Trade marketing systems
        8. Retail chains
        9. Direct marketers
        10. E-Commerce companies
      2. IAM repairers
        1. Fast fitter
        2. Garage marketing systems
          1. Garage marketing systems for mechanical repairs
          2. Garage marketing systems for specialised repairs
        3. Truck specialists
  5. Aftermarket volume in value by 10 product groups
  6. Annex – Company profiles
    1. OES companies – profiles
    2. OES car trade and buying groups
    3. OES garage marketing systems
    4. Important car dealers / groups
    5. IAM distributors – profiles
    6. Trade and buying groups
    7. Specialised trade and buying groups
    8. IAM large distributors
    9. IAM specialised distributors
    10. IAM truck parts distributors
    11. IAM direct distributors
    12. IAM autocentres
    13. IAM trade concepts
    14. IAM garages – profiles
    15. IAM fast fit chains
    16. IAM garage marketing systems

The "Who is Who" of the truck parts distributors in Europe 2023

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This Din A0 poster is an ideal support to get a clear overview at a glance and should not be missed in your conference room.

You see easily the current situation (October 2023) and the relations of the most important truck parts distributors in Europe:

You will find on this poster:

  • Who are the truck parts distributors in Europe?
  • To which trade and buying group do they belong?
  • Which trade and marketing concepts are used in the market?
  • Ranking of top 10 truck brands

The size of the circle corresponds to the turnover of the company.

The color shows the affiliation to one of the international trade and buying groups.

Each company is represented by a short profile which includes the following information:

  • belongs to
  • Address
  • Managing director
  • Cooperation national & international
  • Garage marketing systems
  • Outlets
  • Website
  • Countries where the company has locations
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