EXHIBITION STAND DESIGN & SETUP FOR AUTOMOTIVE-PARTS-ACCESSORIES-TRADE-SHOWS
Pixelmate Exhibits & Designs caters to the automotive spare and accessories industry in the trade fair and stand setup we have unique designs for this industry and we cater to them and provide all kind of support and solution required to make them stand out of the clutter, we cater not only to the fortune 500 but to the start ups and small and medium enterprise.
Automotive spare and accessories industry companies can avail Pixelmate Exhibits & Design service by writing to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or logging on to their website www.pixelmateindia.com.
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Companies in this sector operate physical retail stores that sell auto parts, supplies, lubricant and batteries. Large companies include Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, O'Reilly Automotive and Pep Boys (all based in the US) and ATU Auto-Teile-Unger (Germany); AUTOBACS September and yellow hat (Japan); Halfords Group (UK); I Supercheap Auto (Australia).
The world automotive industry is likely to witness healthy growth in the global automobile industry in the next several years, mainly due to economic expansion in emerging markets. World population of expected cars and light trucks is expected to increase by 27% between 2015 and 2022, according to IHS Automotive, the number of vehicles in China rose 64% in 2018. China is the largest consumer of auto parts in the world after the US, Japan and Germany, according to Global Insight. In developed economies in North America and Europe are likely to grow, but at a much slower pace than in emerging markets.
The US auto parts retail industry includes about 37,000 establishments (single-location businesses and multi-site enterprise unit) with a combined annual income of about 53,000 million. It is expected that the market for automotive spare parts from the United States is growing at a compound annual growth rate of 3.4% until 2017, to an estimated $ 273.4 billion, according to the AASA (Automobile Association Suppliers equipment).
The Industries includes retailer of new and used auto parts. Some major retailers also distribute automobile parts. Tire dealers and tire wholesaler, who are not part of the industry, are covered with.
Demand for auto parts is driven by age and mileage of the vehicle used and generally increases when fewer sales of new cars are made and older car are kept on the road longer. The profitability of each company depends largely on inventory management and marketing. Large companies have economies of scale in purchasing and distribution. Small companies can compete effectively carrying specialized parts or providing additional services such as fast delivery. The US industry is concentrated: the 50 largest companies generate about 60% of industry revenue. The products are sold in two main groups of users. DIY consumer customers (DIY) work on their cars; Customers such as "do it for me" (DIFM) and commercial installers and auto repair shops, service stations, car park operators and car dealers service Services. Parts suppliers who provide repair and installation also could classify users of services such as DIFM.
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