Category Intelligence on Truck Equipment Market Brazil covers the following
Southeast region of Brazil is the automotive industry hub in the country, all the manufactures have plants and dealer outlets in this region. Sao Paulo is the state which is having most number of OEMs presence
Overall production of small medium heavy trucks 2018 (Up to Sep 2018) in Brazil
Tyre market in Brazil
The tyre market in Brazil is projected to cross USD 6.7 Billion by 2022. Passenger cars segment dominated Brazil tyre market in 2017, and is expected to continue its dominance during the forecast period as well, on the back of expanding passenger car fleet size and increasing passenger car sales. Moreover, growing demand for two-wheelers and commercial vehicles, on account of their widespread use in transportation, infrastructure developments and construction sectors, is expected to drive growth in demand for tyres in the country during 2017-2022.
Tyre market share in Brazil
Pirelli is the leader in Brazilian tyre industry with ~33 present market share, mainly because of the tie ups with OEMs and exports with neighboring countries. Michelin and Goodyear is close competitor of each other with overall ~25 present and 20 present market share respectively. In Brazilian tyre industry, Bridgestone is also having a demand in the market.
It is important to note that transportation companies and the major brands of trucks sponsor already running some drivers' schools as a way of growing and improving these professionals in Brazil
In Brazil there is a deficiency of around 100,000 qualified drivers and now, Brazilian transporters are enlisting drivers from Colombia to enhance the driver base
Best practice on the beverages industry is to engage with a carrier company for transportation in Brazil because of the the quality of vehicles and the operational coverage provided by carrier companies
Transportation with own assets may cause additional cost, periodic maintenance is also required to keep up the efficiency of the vehicles Which apparently generate additional efforts than operations difficulties for the company
Most Preferred Engagement/Sourcing Model
Frequency of Fleet Renewal
The fleet of carrier companies is newer and more modern than that of autonomous auto carriers. They renew their fleet more frequently than autonomous carriers. Carrier companies that act on the route Sao Paulo – Rio de Janeiro renew their fleet, on average, every five years, while the frequency of fleet renewal by autonomous road carries that acts on the same route is, on average, every 16 years.
Average Fleet Age
The fleet of carrier companies acting on the route Sao Paulo-Rio de Janeiro is, on average, 5 years old, while the fleet of autonomous carriers acting on the same route is, on average, 19 years old. 52% of the vehicles that belong to autonomous carriers present an average fleet age between 15 and 24 years.
Market Share of Vehicles
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