Air Suspension Systems Market Size, Share, Growth Rate, Industry Analysis and Global Forecast 2021 – 2031

Future Market Insights (FMI) in its latest market analysis estimates that air suspension systems sales will accelerate at the rate of 6.7% CAGR in next ten years, reaching market valuation of US$ 4.6 Bn through 2021 & beyond.

Growing application of heavy trucks for construction activities, logistic and e-commerce industries across China, the U.K., Germany and Japan will bolster the demand of air suspension systems across the globe.

As per the FMI’s analysis, the air suspension systems sales across South Korea and Japan are set to expand at over 4% in 2021. Heavy trucks are anticipated to account for over 54.1% volume share in 2021. Further, trailers segment is estimated to have accounted for nearly 32.1% volume share by the end of 2021.

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Sustainability concerns have pushed the adoption of electric vehicles, accelerating the demand of electric buses as public transport across the globe. Hence, with increasing production of commercial vehicles, the market is expected to propel over the coming years.

FMI estimates that the air suspension systems market will experience a year-on-year growth rate of 5.6% in 2021.

Amid surging competition, the top five players, comprising Saf-Holland, Hendrickson USA LLC, BPW Group, Guangdong Fuwa Engineering Group Co., Ltd., and TMC Australia are expected to account for 40% of air suspension systems market in 2021

Key Takeaways from FMI’s Air Suspension Systems Market Study

  • In terms of vehicle type, heavy truck will lead the segment through 2021 & beyond on the back of increasing construction activities across Germany, the U.S., and China
  • OEMs are expected to be the preferred sales channel over the aftermarket players, accounting for over 86.4% value share in 2021
  • Germany is anticipated to spearhead the growth across Western Europe owing to the surging commercial vehicle production across the country
  • The U.S is accounted to be one of the most lucrative market across the globe with increasing demand for luxury buses
  • India and China will lead the growth of air suspension systems across South & East Asia during the forecast period
  • U.K. will emerge as a highly lucrative market across Europe owing to the increasing construction activities and surge in production of heavy duty vehicles

 “Increasing demand for luxury buses across the globe, especially within Germany, China and India, coupled with expansion of construction industry will propel the demand of air suspension systems, widening growth opportunities for the market players,” says the FMI analyst. 

Competitive Landscape

Prominent players operating in air suspension systems market are focusing on expansion of their customer base through product innovation and new launches.

Increasing need for air suspension systems have urged the key players to form strategic alliance with regional distributors. Partnerships with suppliers and aftermarket players will provide incremental opportunities for the key players.

In January 2021, air suspension specialist, Air Lift Company, announced the acquisition of air tank manufacturer Flo Airride Mfg., Flo Airride. Through this acquisition, Air Lift Company will provide air suspension products to lower their vehicles along with the customization of the product.

Tenneco Inc., a global supplier of clean air products and systems, in 2018, announced the launch of CVSA2 semi-active suspension technology, Monroe® Intelligent Suspension, originally developed for the use of sports car, have been adopted for the SUVs and off-road vehicles.

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More Insights on the Global Air suspension systems Market

In its new offering, Future Market Insights, offers incisive coverage on global air suspension systems market, providing historical data for the period of 2016-2020 and forecast statistics for the period of 2021-2031. In order to understand the global market potential, its growth, and scope, the market is classified on the basis of vehicle type (buses & coaches, trailers, and heavy trucks), and sales channel type (original equipment manufacturers (OEM), and aftermarkets) across major regions (North America, Latin America, Eastern Europe, South East Asia, India, China, Western Europe, Japan and Middle East & Africa)

Scope of Report

AttributeDetails
Forecast Period2021-2031
Historical Data Available for2016-2020
Market AnalysisUSD Million for Value
Key Regions CoveredNorth America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific excluding Japan, Middle East & Africa, and Japan.
Key Countries CoveredUS, Canada, Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Spain, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, GCC Countries, Turkey, Northern Africa, and South Africa
Key Segments CoveredVehicle Type, Sales Channel, and Region
Key Companies ProfiledSAF-Holland SA Hendrickson USA LLC BPW Transpec Pvt. Ltd. TMC Australia Pvt. Ltd. Guangzhou TND Axle Co. Ltd. Meritor Inc. Wabco Holdings York Transport Equipment (Asia) Pvt. Ltd. VDL Weweler-Colaert Others
Report CoverageMarket Forecast, Company Share Analysis, Competition Intelligence, DROT Analysis, Market Dynamics and Challenges, and Strategic Growth Initiatives
Customization & PricingAvailable upon Request

Key Questions Answered in the Report

  • What is the current air suspension systems market value? The air suspension systems market is expected to surpass a valuation of US$ 4.6 Bn in 2021
  • At what rate did the Air suspension systems market grow between 2016 and 2020? The air suspension systems market witnessed sluggish growth at 1.3% CAGR between 2016 and 2020.
  • What are the key trends driving air suspension systems sales? Growing e-commerce sector, rising road cargo transportation, and burgeoning demand of luxury buses will improve the sales.

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