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1 © Copyright 2002 Frost & Sullivan. All Rights Reserved. North American Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Aftermarket High Costs of Original Equipment Installation and Increased AC Use Drives Aftermarket Growth “During the past decade, HVAC equipment has emerged as a strong aftermarket segment in North America due to increased light vehicle production and original equipment HVAC installation rates that surpassed 98 percent in Together, these factors have created a lucrative HVAC repair aftermarket.” Transportation Analyst Team Frost & Sullivan

2 © Copyright 2002 Frost & Sullivan. All Rights Reserved. Frost & Sullivan provides: Detailed insights into recent developments and trends Drivers, restraints, challenges, and strategic recommendations Analyst insights into ‘hot topics’ and emerging applications in the North American HVAC aftermarket Market sizing and competitive analysis Market forecasts and opportunity analysis Quarterly assessments End-user analysis within each report Key Features

3 © Copyright 2002 Frost & Sullivan. All Rights Reserved. Coverage: North America Proven methodology encompassing extensive primary and secondary data and research Focused information and strategies that cover business and technology issues Credible data and analysis highlighting industry dynamics Precise strategies to help you create winning business plans What We Offer

4 © Copyright 2002 Frost & Sullivan. All Rights Reserved. Current Market Participants Find out how you compare to with the competition Assess current and future drivers and restraints Determine and exploit new market-share opportunities New Entrants Analyze challenges associated with the industry Calculate time scales for strategy implementation Position yourself to capitalize on the unmet needs of the market Investment Community Analyze long-term strategies of companies Determine participants that will outperform the competition Assess attractiveness of investing in the market Who Will Benefit?

5 © Copyright 2002 Frost & Sullivan. All Rights Reserved. ACF Heat Transfer Components Active Radiator Air International, Inc. Air Pro Alan Grove Components Alma Products Co. Arizon Mobile Air, Inc. ATCO Products Bauer Radiator, Inc. Bundy North America TI Automotive Car Care Parts Manufacturing Co. Champion Mechanical Services, Inc. Condensers, Inc. Cool Air and Electric LLC CSF, Inc. Delphi Harrison Thermal Systems Ltd. Delta Industries, Inc. DENSO Sales California, Inc. Eaton Corp. FEDCO Automotive Components Co. Four Seasons, Inc./Standard Motor Products Genera Corp. Hancock Industries HPJ, Inc./Aircon Key Market Participants

6 © Copyright 2002 Frost & Sullivan. All Rights Reserved. Key Market Participants (cont’d) Midas International, Inc. Mobile Air Conditioning Society Worldwide Modine Manufacturing Co. National Automotive Radiator Service Association Nitoma, Inc. Parker Hannifin Corp. Perfect Fit Enterprises, Inc. Performance Radiator Quality Auto Radiator Corp. Sanden International (USA), Inc. SCS/Frigette Selective Technology, Inc. Silla Cooling System, Inc. Silver Circle Group, Inc. Spectra Premium Industries, Inc. Superad USA Thermasys Heat Transfer Transpro, Inc. Universal Auto Radiator Manufacturing Co. Valeo Aftermarket, Inc. Visteon Climate Control Systems Ltd. Wolverine/Trentrade Co., Inc. World Automotive Manufacturing

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