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Global Light Vehicle HVAC Market - Forecasts To 2028


DUBLIN, Mar. 13, 2014
/PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Light Vehicle HVAC Market - Forecasts To 2028" report to their offering.


This latest just-auto report edition offers a global review of the OE heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) sector, its suppliers, top markets, technologies and market forecasts.

This global market study offers:

  • Automotive OE HVAC market size estimates
  • Latest technologies and trends
  • Market share data tables
  • Exclusive interviews with major companies
  • Profiles of the major players including their strategies and prospects
  • Market size forecasts

You can use this report to:

  • Understand the scope and scale of the major markets
  • Get an overview of the global automotive HVAC sector
  • Identify opportunities and threats
  • Prepare demand and supply forecasts
  • Review the latest technological drivers
  • Know the key trends within the sector and what's driving them
  • Get up to speed with latest company activities and prospects
  • Hear direct from major companies on strategies and plans
  • Carry out competitive analysis

Purchase this report and receive 12 months' complimentary access to QUBE, just-auto's online research tool.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Definitions
  • Market overview
  • Legislation drives changes in refrigerant use
  • Six suppliers dominate the global market for HVAC systems
  • PESTER analysis
  • Companies
  • Behr-Hella Thermocontrol (BHTC)
  • Calsonic Kansei Corporation
  • Delphi Automotive LLP
  • Recent product development
  • Denso Corporation
  • Emerging markets activity
  • MAHLE Behr
  • MAHLE's protracted route to majority shareholding in Behr
  • Joint ventures established to serve important markets
  • Recent product development
  • Valeo SA
  • Recent product development
  • Halla Visteon Climate Control
  • Recent product development
  • Others
  • Eberspaecher Mikuni Climate Control Systems Corporation
  • Preh Group
  • Sanden Automotive
  • Yokohama Rubber
  • Markets
  • Market prospects
  • China growth opportunities for HVAC suppliers
  • Europe indigenous suppliers vie for market leadership
  • Japan Denso dominates the market
  • North America domestic suppliers account for over 50% of the market
  • Technologies
  • Automatic, standard and multi-zone air conditioning systems
  • Automatic systems
  • Multi-zone systems
  • Standard systems
  • Compact and hybrid/electric air conditioning systems
  • Compressor technology
  • Control systems and the user interface
  • Hybrid and electric vehicle manufacturers adopt similar approaches
  • Refrigerant technology
  • HFO-1234yf Suppliers
  • Honeywell and Dupont joint venture
  • R744 has implications for compressor technology
  • The US has legislation scheduled for 2017
  • Systems to reduce fuel consumption
  • Other
  • Forecasts

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