Workshop market in Poland

, 17 maja 2005, 0:00

The extensive MotoFocus report contains lots of useful information concerning workshops in Poland. This report has been prepared for the producers and distributors working in automotive market. The research concerns workshops in motorization branch all over Poland.

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This research shows differences which appear between individual workshops, their plans, data concerning number of customers and many other interesting information. It also contains the SWOT analyses. Strengths and weaknesses are shown in various categories at the scale from 1 up to 6 points.
All the research is gathered in 31 tables and 20 graphs each with description of the most important elements.
You can order it in an english version. The price of a single License for „WORKSHOP MARKET IN POLAND” report is 1250 EUR. If you are intersted in purchasing of this report, please e-mail us on alfred@motofocus.pl If you need some additional informations, please call: Alfred Franke +48 22 489-72-21 

The main themes of this report have been included in the chapters listed below:

1. INTRODUCTION

2. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT WORKSHOPS IN POLAND
(tab.1 – 4)
2.1 Workshops’ classification
2.2 Classification by size and quality of workshop chains

2.3 Size and development of individual workshop chains (number of workshops)

3. DESCRIPTION OF WORKSHOPS INCLUDED
(tab.5, 6, graph.1)
3.1 The sample’s structure
3.2 Regional disposition

4. NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS IN PERCENTAGE DISPOSITION
(tab.7 – 10, graph.2 – 6)

4.1 Number of customers – all aftermarket workshops
4.2 Number of customers – OES workshops
4.3 Number of customers in percentage disposition – workshops with and without warehouses
4.4 Annual number of customers in aftermarket workshops

5. PLANS ON JOINING WORKSHOP CHAINS

(tab.11, 12, graph.7, 8)
5.1 Decision about joining (percentage disposition) – all workshops
5.2 Decision about joining (percentage disposition) – division small, medium, large

6. LEVEL OF WORKSHOPS’ SATISFACTION – BENEFITS FROM MEMBERSHIP IN WORKSHOP CHAIN ORGANIZED BY THE DISTRIBUTOR

(tab.13 – 15, graph. 9 – 10)
6.1 Level of satisfaction – all workshops, OES
6.2 Level of satisfaction – individual workshop chains
6.3 Level of satisfaction – division small, medium, large

7. LEVEL OF WORKSHOPS’ SATISFACTION – BENEFITS FROM MEMBERSHIP IN WORKSHOP CHAIN ORGANIZED BY THE PRODUCER

(tab. 16 – 17)
7.1 Level of satisfaction – individual workshop chains
7.2 Level of satisfaction – by the size of workshops and all workshops

8. PLANS ON EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF SERVICES
(tab. 18, 19, graph. 11, 12)

8.1 Planned new services in percentage disposition – all workshops
8.2 Planned spendings on new equipment – all workshops

9. SIZE (VALUE) OF WAREHOUSES
(tab. 20, 21, graph.13, 14)
9.1 Size of warehouses – OES, AM

9.2 Size of warehouses – workshops which plan to join chains and which do not plan

10. SHARES OF INDIVIDUAL GROUPS OF PRODUCTS IN WORKSHOPS’ TURNOVERS
(Tab. 22, 23, graph. 15)
10.1 Average share in turnover of individual groups of products – all workshops
10.2 Average share in turnover of individual groups of products – division small, medium, large

11. NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS – COMPARISON BETWEEN 2003 AND 2004

(tab. 24 – 28, graph. 16 – 20)
11.1 Trends in number of customers in percentage disposition – all workshops
11.2 Trends in number of customers in percentage disposition – OES, workshops which plan to join chains and which do not plan
11.3 Trends in number of customers in percentage disposition – individual workshop chains

11.4 Trends in number of customers in percentage disposition – specialists in mechanics, specialists in body parts
11.5 Trends in number of customers in percentage disposition (division small, medium, large)

12. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT WORKSHOPS
(tab. 29 – 31)
12.1 Facts concerning workshops – OES, AM, all workshops

12.2 Number of working days in a week
12.3 Kinds of promotion

 

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