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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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Maybe that's because there are only so many aftermarket products and distributors -- and not enough to fill the entire Kentia Hall floor.
The OEM and aftermarket companies have shared the audio space over the years, but the competition has intensified now that automakers have turned to sound systems as a means of differentiation.
Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Aftermarket Financial Symposium: Leveraging for Growth, Hyatt Regency O'Hare, Chicago, IL, Susan Medick (301) 654-6664--September 7-8.
Said Brad Duncan, president & CEO of Profit Pro, "We are tremendously excited to introduce Vision to the aftermarket with the OEM data available soon.
Beyond that, Delphi's strategy calls for leveraging the knowledge it gains from being the OE supplier for future vehicles to design aftermarket products that will be on the shelves at Best Buy before the cars ever hit the showrooms.
The service repair or "do it for me" (DIFM) segment of the auto repair aftermarket increased by more than 6%, grossing about $123 billion in 2001, while the "do it yourself" (DIY) market grossed about $35 billion.
At the same time, the manufacture and distribution of aftermarket parts is ripe for an overhaul.
The aftermarket is largely unaffected by economic downturns since most parts are non-discretionary; they must be fixed or replaced when they malfunction or the car will be unusable.
This databook shows how the light vehicle aftermarket has developed and is forecast to evolve in the next 5 years.
The Global aftermarket provides a comprehensive outlook of the recessional impact on the spare parts industry, across 8 regions.
The US aftermarket for medium- and heavy-duty (MD/HD) truck parts will grow 3.