New research shows e-commerce growth potential for truck parts

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Updated Jun 2, 2022
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Research And Markets have released a new report addressing e-retailing growth opportunities for parts sellers in the North American medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicle aftermarket. 

According to the company, the research analyzes the impact of e-retailing on the North American commercial vehicle aftermarket and provides an overview of current and future prospects for commercial vehicle aftermarket e-retail participants.

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Potential trends and their implications are discussed, and the North American regulatory landscape is examined. Research And Markets adds the sales forecast is offered in terms of region, market participant, and product type, and commercial vehicle aftermarket parts e-commerce distribution/business models are also analyzed. In addition, the study examines customers' online journeys and factors that determine their behavior.

Additionally, the research provides a competitor mapping, and key companies that are capable of disrupting this space with their innovative offerings and operating processes are also highlighted. Growth opportunities for commercial vehicle aftermarket parts online sales are investigated, and Frost & Sullivan offers actionable insight to market participants to leverage these opportunities.

Research And Markets says the base year is 2021, and the forecast period runs from 2021 to 2028. 

For more information about this report, and to download a copy, please go to

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