Technavio Announces Top Four Vendors in the Global Diesel Common Rail Injection Market 2016-2020

February 9, 2016

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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio has announced the top four leading vendors in their recent global diesel common rail injection market report. This research report also provides a list of eight other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

Competitive vendor landscape

A common rail diesel injection system is designed to deliver precise quantities of pressurized fuel into engine cylinders through injectors to improve fuel economy and minimize emissions. This has increased the demand for common rail injection for diesel engine vehicles. Technavio expects the market to grow significantly over the forecast period due to tightening of emission regulations worldwide. Governments worldwide are under increased pressure to control emission levels, especially for diesel engines in applications such as heavy-duty vehicles, ships, trains, and gensets.

“The global diesel common rail fuel injection market is moderately fragmented with the presence of a large number of vendors. The market is characterized by the presence of well-diversified global and regional vendors. However, as global players develop technologically advanced systems, regional vendors will find it more difficult to compete with them, especially on aspects such as quality, technology, and product features” says Bridesh Kumar, a lead research analyst for the automotive electronics industry at Technavio.

Top four global diesel common rail injection vendors:

Bosch

Bosch is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, and provides technology and services worldwide. The company provides a range of automotive and other consumer products. The company’s R&D activities are focused on optimizing existing products and developing new technologies.

The Bosch common rail system has a modular design making it possible to use for all vehicle models from LCVs to HCVs. It provides clean and highly effective fuel injection due to multiple injection and short spraying distances. It also ensures smooth and high engine power with low fuel consumption and lesser emissions.

Continental

Continental was established in 1871 and is headquartered in Hanover, Germany. They are one of the world’s largest automotive manufacturing companies that manufactures, develops, and sells personal cars, light trucks, industrial tires, and related products.

Continental’s piezo common rail (PASSENGER CARS R) injection systems combined with modular engine management systems (EMS) 3 platform and high performance, high-pressure pumps, ensure effective combustion due to highly precise fuel injection and atomization. In addition, they also improve the fuel efficiency and performance of the engines making them compliant with current and future exhaust emission standards.

Denso

Denso established in 1949, is headquartered in Kariya, Aichi, Japan. The company supplies advanced automotive technology, systems, and components to major players in the automotive industry.

The company originally designed diesel common rail systems for trucks and heavy goods vehicles, consisting of electronic control unit (ECUs), electronic controlled injectors, common rail, high-pressure pumps and sensors to provide maximum engine reliability and performance with a minimum level of emissions and noise.

Denso’s electronic diesel engine management systems and common rail systems deliver the highest diesel fuel injection pressure (2,500 bar) worldwide.

Delphi

Delphi Automotive, founded in 1994, is headquartered in Gillingham, UK. It is a global vehicle components manufacturer. The company provides electrical and electronic, power train, active safety, and thermal technology solutions to the commercial and automotive vehicle markets.

The company sells its products to distributors, retailers, and OEMs. The company has 129 manufacturing facilities and 15 technical centers in 33 countries.

Delphi’s new generation diesel fuel injector (DFI 21 diesel common rail injector) comes with improved performance, high hydraulic efficiency, and a reduced exterior envelope. It is designed for future commercial vehicle engine programs and provides a suitable technology upgrade strategy for existing diesel engine programs. It has a modular design, common interior technology, and additional custom exterior packaging flexibility. In addition, the new DFI 21 common rail injector offers greater injection accuracy compared with conventional technologies by providing lesser quantities of fuel with a larger number of injections.

Eight other prominent vendors identified by Technavio are: Aisin Seiki, Eaton, Federal Mogul, Hyundai KEFICO, Keihin, Linamar, SMP OE, and Stanadyne Holdings.

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