Diesel Particulate Filter Market On A Billion-Dollar Highway

According to the report, “Diesel Particulate Filter Market for On-Highway Vehicle by Substrate, Regeneration Catalyst, Vehicle Type, Aftermarket, Off-highway Equipment Regeneration Process, Equipment Type, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025” published by MarketsandMarkets, the market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 11.29% during the forecast period. From an estimated market size of $10.55 billion in 2018, it is projected to reach a market size of USD 24.81 billion by 2025. The DPF aftermarket is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.89% during the forecast period, from an estimated market size of USD 15.18 billion in 2018 to USD 20.59 billion by 2025.



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  • Pd-Rh regeneration catalyst is projected to have the largest demand in the Diesel Particulate Filter Market
  • Silicon Carbide is estimated to have the fastest growth in the Diesel Particulate Filter Market
  • Increasing demand for diesel vehicle and upcoming emission regulations would drive the Asia Pacific Diesel Particulate Filter Market
  • The Diesel Particulate Filter Market consists of manufacturers such as Faurecia (France), Tenneco (US), Eberspaecher (Germany), BASF (Germany), Johnson Matthey (UK), Continental (Germany), Bosal (Belgium), Denso (Japan), Friedrich Boysen (Germany), and NGK Insulators (Japan).

 Learn more about the diesel particulate filter market by browsing the “Diesel Particulate Filter Market” report.


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