The specialty equipment market showed positive results in 2022 with an overall market growth of 2% and reaching $51.8 billion in sales.
Newly released 2024 Auto Care Factbook report shows automotive aftermarket industry with 9.7% growth rate in 2022, exceeding projections and demonstrating continued stable growth year over year.
This is the sixth straight year of increase in the average vehicle age of the U.S. fleet, according to S&P Global Mobility.
Total U.S. light duty automotive aftermarket sales are forecasted to increase 8.5% in 2022, totaling $356.5 billion.
The specialty-equipment industry continues to experience strong growth and demand as the U.S. puts COVID-19 in the rearview mirror.
This 31st edition of the Auto Care Factbook report provides new data and insight on how the auto care industry fared from the COVID-19 pandemic, emerging consumer and industry trends, international market performance and more.
The ACPN Content Excellence Awards recognize the best examples of mobile cataloging application in the vehicle aftermarket.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced the Top 12 finalists in the fourth annual SEMA Battle of the Builders competition – the event that determines the builder the aftermarket community considers best.
The Supreme Court upheld the legal precedent of patent exhaustion, which states that a company’s right to protect its patent ends when the product is sold to the end user.
Parts Detect provides a platform for finding the parts and products you need instantly by location, warranty, quantity and availability.
The program features a tested and proven method of reducing returns for MPA’s Pure-Energy and Quality-Built new and remanufactured starters and alternators.
NSF International and Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance Announce Automotive Aftermarket Parts Certification Program for China Market
NSF International said it will work together with Ping An to ensure that aftermarket automotive parts are equivalent to the original equipment (OE) service parts in form, fit and function.