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aftermarket

Products that are offered as replacements for an original part. An aftermarket product may be identical to the original or offer entirely different features.
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Electronic products to be fastest growing segment The fastest growth among the major aftermarket product segments will be registered by electronic products.
Back in 1980, one of my co-workers bought a little aftermarket black-and-white television for her car so that she could monitor the soap opera "General Hospital" on her way home from work (foolhardy then and illegal now for drivers in 38 states).
Vehicle service repair, accounting for two-thirds of total automotive aftermarket sales, rose 6.
If his aftermarket supplier doesn't have the part, the installer can quickly and easily quote the OE price and order the part from the OE dealer.
Read the full report: Commercial Aircraft Aftermarket Parts and Logistics Market 2013-2023 http://www.
Every firm in the aftermarket business strives for high service levels.
Due to significant disparities amongst regions, the buoyant growth of the global aftermarket industry is not reflective of the turmoil experienced in the developed regions.
Contains comprehensive data on the retail aftermarket for light vehicles (cars and light commercials to 3.
Auto Aftermarket Drawn Into the Vortex of the Recession 10
This report provides a detailed overview of the Swiss aftermarket, including the forecast value of the aftermarket, segmentation by product family, outlet numbers and revenues by product for the key channels (fast fit, autocentres, garages, tyre specialists, vehicle manufacturer networks, petrol stations, hypermarkets and crash repair).
This service analyzes truck toolboxes in the aftermarket in the United States and Canada.