Engine Builder provides technical, business management and marketing information to engine builders/rebuilders serving all segments of the engine aftermarket, from passenger car and light truck to performance, racing and heavy-duty diesel.
|Engine Builder Market Profile Report||
The 2015 Engine Builder Market Profile Report includes automotive aftermarket research and other information on the machine shop/custom engine rebuilder (CER) population’s financial data, size of shop, years in business, equipment and employee information and customer-base analysis of the typical CER. In addition, information is provided on the monthly production of engine blocks and cylinder heads, broken out by engine size as well as by gas and diesel configurations, crankshafts, core sourcing, shop equipment ownership and purchasing, and total production time spent in specific engine building areas. The data was collected through survey questionnaires sent to a random sample of Engine Builder subscribers as well as the machine shop/custom engine rebuilding membership of the Engine Builders Association (AERA). In all, we heard from more than 230 locations that are performing machine work and building engines in the U.S.