The Automotive Parts Rebuilders Association (APRA) and Frost & Sullivan have announced the continuation of a partnership to offer growth strategies to APRA members via the recently released Growth Partnership Service (GPS). The service details the major market metrics of the starter and alternator aftermarket in North America. Participants are struggling to maintain market share in a competitive environment with challenges that drive profit margins down including auto parts retailers that are curtailing prices, the fact that high quality is an industry standard, and investments in cores are increasing. Frost & Sullivan research will update a previous Growth Partnership Service (GPS) on the market and look at ways to survive the expected attrition that participants will have to endure to overcome current challenges. The research service will provide drivers and restraints, competitive analysis, seven-year forecasts, market share analysis, and much more. This Growth Partnership Service (GPS) examines in detail both the new and remanufactured segments of this market. The impact of market drivers and restraints will guide market forecasts. The research will also provide ways for participants to identify areas to grow their business. The research service is available to APRA members immediately. Interested members can purchase this research service at a substantial discount (75%)*. For more information about the report and purchasing conditions, please contact: Bill Gager, APRA President – APRA, 703-968-2772 or email him at email@example.com. Non-member inquires are welcome.