Commercial Vehicle Exhaust Gas Recirculation System in APAC – Market Trend Analysis by Technavio

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The commercial vehicle exhaust gas recirculation system market in APAC produced over 2 million units in 2016 and is expected to reach almost 3 million units by 2021, says Technavio.

Technavio has broadcasted its latest market research study on the commercial vehicle exhaust gas recirculation system market in APAC, under its automotive portfolio. This market forecast discusses the primary drivers and key emerging trends and presents an analysis of leading vendors like BorgWarner, Cummins, Delphi Automotive, Faurecia, MAHLE, and Tenneco.

According to Praveen Kumar, a lead analyst for automotive research at Technavio, “The growing trend of downsizing in commercial vehicles will boost the demand for commercial vehicles exhaust gas recirculation systems in the APAC market. The automotive OEMs are focusing on replacing mechanical parts in vehicles with electronic parts to increase efficiency and performance of the vehicle. These new devices consist of controls and on-board diagnostics to monitor performance and efficiency of the systems constantly. The implementation of the advanced compact powertrain that delivers maximum output matching that of larger engine sizes will revolutionize the APAC market.”

The manufacturers in the APAC market are launching vehicles that are equipped with advanced cooled EGR systems for essentially controlling engine temperature, improving fuel efficiency and performance. These innovative systems are primarily used in heavy-duty diesel commercial vehicles having downsized engines. Some of the EGR systems also use actuators and sensors that closely monitor the engine electronics.

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Growing penetration of low pressure and infinitely variable EGR

The increasing stringency of emission standards will encourage the OEMS to use low pressure and infinitely variable EGR systems in the vehicles launched in the APAC market. The systems installed in the vehicles are employing sensors to vary the amount of EGR to ensure efficiency in controlling the levels of emission. The vendors in the market are also using pilot control that increases the efficiency of the engine without requiring complex individual control systems, sensors, and their combinations. The integration of sensors and efficient control systems will help in the evolution of the automotive industry in the APAC region.

Growth of natural gas engines in APAC

The growing levels of pollution in various cities in the APAC region is driving the government bodies to encourage the use of natural gas engines in commercial vehicles in the market. Most of the commercial vehicles in the market operate on methane and followed by a mixture of other gasses like propane, ethane, and other gasses. Moreover, a natural gas engine is estimated to produce about 25% fewer carbon emissions than a diesel engine. The development of LNG fueling infrastructure will attribute to the productive sales of LNG trucks in the region.

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A more comprehensive analysis is presented in the Technavio report titled, ‘Commercial Vehicle Exhaust Gas Recirculation System Market in APAC 2017-2021’. Technavio also customizes reports by other regions and precise segments upon request.

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