List of top selling vehicles in Denmark, 2005.
List of top selling vehicles in Denmark, 2005.
Complete statistics for the light truck market for select countries in 2005. Brought to you by SEMA as a Member Service.
One of the most effective ways to market automotive specialty equipment is to obtain coverage in enthusiast media—magazines, websites and broadcast programs. Even the publicationof a simple press release provides instant credibilitywith enthusiasts. But getting noticed in the morass of presspackets, stories and brochures received on a daily basis by writers, editorsand producers can be a frustrating and complicated task. All the more sowhen the publication services a different country.
This memo provides general guidelines on how to utilize government online resources, supplemented with available governmental and non‐governmental resources to determine the tariff rates to import products from overseas markets into the US. This memo is intended as a general guide and all information should be confirmed with the appropriate authorities.
This memo provides information on how to utilize government online resources, supplemented with available governmental and non‐governmental resources to determine the tariff rates to export your products to overseas markets.
United States specialty product suppliers can succeed with marketing and sales efforts in the vast—168 million registered vehicles—European market. But given the differences in the European marketplace in terms of vehicle mix, consumer preferences and government regulation, it is not enough for American companies to simply ship merchandise primarily
designed for U.S. vehicles to outlets in Europe, sit back and expect volume sales on a scale comparable to that which is established in the States. For some companies, those with appropriate products and applications, Europe is and could increasingly become a lucrative sales arena. (For the purposes of this report, the following countries are included in the definition of Western Europe: the fifteen EU countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom; plus Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.)
This report examines market trends in Ukraine for commercial vehicles, such as vans, trucks, and pickups. i.e. vehicles with gasoline or diesel engines generally used for transportation of passengers or goods. The Ukrainian market of an estimated 20,000 commercial vehicles imported annually is worth an estimated $ 200 million. The Ukrainian market for cars maycpresent a good opportunity for American car dealerships or individuals who may possess excess or unsold inventory of subject products, as well as for American automotive aftermarket companies selling spare parts, accessories or garage equipment.
Automobiles manufactured in the United States generally need some adaptation to meet the requirements of UK regulations relating to the design and construction of vehicles intended for use on British roads. The most obvious difference, right-hand versus lefthand drive, is not a regulatory issue, but other conventions including the color of turn signals, the aim of dipped headlights, and in some cases, the protrusion of tail pipes, tow hitches, and front bull bars can be a problem that demands remedial action before an Approval Certificate can be issued, permitting the vehicle to be registered and used on the public roads.
The U.K. market, the fourth largest in Western Europe, is also one of the easiest markets in Western Europe for SEMA-member companies to gain a foothold. The lack of language barriers and the relatively regulation-free environment
regarding vehicle customization form a basis for exploring the market. These two factors, coupled with a sizable and growing
portion of British consumers who seek to personalize their vehicles, make the U.K. market attractive for specialty equipment
The Slovak Market for Electronic Battery Testing Systems is small compared to other neighboring countries. Slovakia has approximately 2,500 Auto Services, 500 small independent entrepreneurs and approximately 500 – 2000 home users
of Electronic Battery Testing Systems. The total market for Electronic Battery Testing Systems is approximately 900 – 1100 pieces per year.
The Lebanese 1.7 million vehicles market experiences a steady increase of 2 to 3 % per year, resulting in an average total spares and equipment imports of $ 30 million per year.
The lubricant industry in Indonesia has experienced tremendous growth for the last four years following the investment liberalization policy of 2001. Many foreign companies set up blending and manufacturing facilities in order to effectively supply the growing demand for lubricants from the industrial and transportation sectors. In addition to locally produced lubricants, imported synthetic lubricants are also widely available in Indonesia. Companies with an import license are allowed to import synthetic lubricants with only a 5 percent import duty.
According to the Hungarian Petroleum Association, the total market for automotive oil and lubricants in Hungary was around 52.2 million tons in 2004, representing close to a 4 percent rise over 2003. The estimate for 2005 is 53 million tons. Engine oils and gear and hydraulic oils make up the vast proportion of the market, but high growth has been seen in process, metalworking and highly refined oils as well, which serve a growing manufacturing base.
The Egyptian 3.2 million vehicles market is experiencing a steady increase of an average 150,000 units per year, resulting in an average total spares and equipment imports of $ 150 million per year. The U.S. products did not witness a major change in the Egyptian market share at 6-8 % over the last three years.
The five CAFTA countries (El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras) have a large number of used vehicles on the roads every day because import taxes on new cars often make such purchases prohibitive. Consumers
therefore generally buy used models.
Young and inexperienced drivers are among Queensland’s most at-risk road user group and are at least two and a half times more likely to die as a result of a road crash than any other motorists.
For purposes of this report, diagnostic testing equipment includes on-board diagnostics (OBD), emissions testing, battery testing, and engine performance testing. The reader should be aware that there are no statistics available on the size of the market, or of its growth. All the information contained in this report was put together from conversations with industry contacts.
A complete listing of Australian Design Rules (ADR) setting standards for emissions, noise and fuel consumption labelling.
Argentina is a member of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, first adopted in 1883. This convention is the major international agreement providing basic rights for protection of patents, industrial designs, service marks, and trade names. The U.S. ratified this treaty in May of 1887.
Complete listing of selected global automotive trade shows.
List of products that were deregulated by the Chinese Government as of October 2008.
List of vehicles currently in use in the United Arab Emirates.
This market research report covers regulatory requirements applicable to cars and car components to be exported to the European Union (EU) based on the new Motor Vehicle Framework Directive 2007/46/EC (MVFD). The recently adopted MVFD takes an important step towards further regulatory harmonization and broadens the scope of existing legislation, extending approval requirements to nearly all road vehicles. Its changes do not immediately enter into force; instead, a phased-in enforcement period exists, stretching from April 2009 to October 2014 depending on the category of vehicle in question. In the meantime, existing directive 70/156/EEC and amendments remain in force.
Argentina has a well-established domestic automotive industry that was started in the mid 1950’s through the importation of used plants and machine tools from the U.S. At present, nine OEMs are active in Argentina, producing automobiles and trucks of European design. In 1991, Argentina and Brazil signed the “Automotive Industry Cooperation Agreement” which allows for the integration of production but limits imports of automobiles and parts from third countries.