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It has been almost a full year since the launch of NPD’s Retail Tracking Service – Expanded Channels for the U.S. automotive aftermarket. This has enabled NPD to report on point-of-sale data from ...
Being a resident of Katy, Texas (a suburb about 20 miles west of downtown Houston), I found myself right in the middle of Hurricane Harvey as it made landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast at the end of...
The automotive aftermarket will see a complete transformation of its core consumer over the next 10 years. Millennials, who have now surpassed Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in the U...
I kicked off the New Year by attending the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas – the largest trade show to come to town all year. If you have never been, it is definitely bucket-list wort...
The macro environment for growth in the DIY aftermarket auto parts channel has been very favorable so far in 2016 (through June). There are a number of macro-economic trends that we closely monit...
Looking at the automotive aftermarket industry, the overriding fundamentals remain: people are driving more, the weather is favorable for maintenance and appearance, and the industry has experienced d...
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