45,000 Companies Occupy the $135 Billion Wholesale and Retail Auto Parts Industry.DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c35794) has announced the addition of Automobile Parts Wholesale-Retail - Industry Profile to their offering.
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The industry is concentrated at the top: the 50 largest wholesalers hold over 50 percent of the wholesale segment. The retail segment is a bit less concentrated, with the top 50 companies holding about 40 percent of the segment. The used parts segment is highly fragmented.
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The industry sells parts and other products used to maintain and repair cars and trucks in the so-called auto aftermarket.
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