Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market Growth, Share, Size, Trends and Forecast (2024 - 2030)

By Type;

Tube hydroforming and Sheet hydroforming.

By Material Type;

Aluminium, Brass , Copper, Stainless steel and Others.

By Vehicle Type;

Passenger cars, Light commercial vehicles and Heavy commercial vehicles.

By Geography;

North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and Latin America - Report Timeline (2020 - 2030).
Report ID: Rn557146757 Published Date: May, 2024 Updated Date: June, 2024


Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market (USD Million), 2020 - 2030

In the year 2023, the Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market was valued at USD 14,956.46 million. The size of this market is expected to increase to USD 23,860.12 million by the year 2030, while growing at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.9%.

Hydroforming is a versatile metal shaping process used with materials like steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum, and brass. It employs high-pressure hydraulic fluid to form metal at room temperature, offering precise shaping capabilities. This method, distinct from conventional stamping, eliminates the need for welded joints or rivets, particularly advantageous for producing unibody components. It encompasses two main techniques: tube hydroforming and sheet hydroforming.

In sheet hydroforming, a single die and a metal sheet are employed. High-pressure water is directed at one side of the sheet, compelling it into the die to adopt the desired shape. This process is favored for its efficiency in molding complex shapes with minimal material waste. On the other hand, tube hydroforming utilizes two die halves to expand metal tubes into specific shapes. This method finds extensive application in the automotive sector, particularly for crafting lightweight vehicles and intricate automotive components.

Hydroforming offers several advantages over traditional manufacturing processes. It yields cost-effective, durable parts with reduced manufacturing times. Moreover, its automated nature streamlines production and minimizes waste generation. These benefits make hydroforming a preferred choice, especially in industries where precision, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness are paramount.

  1. Introduction
    1. Research Objectives and Assumptions
    2. Research Methodology
    3. Abbreviations
  2. Market Definition & Study Scope
  3. Executive Summary
    1. Market Snapshot, By Type
    2. Market Snapshot, By Material Type
    3. Market Snapshot, By Vehicle Type
    4. Market Snapshot, By Region
  4. Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market Dynamics
    1. Drivers, Restraints and Opportunities
      1. Drivers
        1. Lightweight Vehicles
        2. Cost Efficiency
        3. Durability
        4. Precision Manufacturing
      2. Restraints
        1. Material limitations
        2. High initial investment
        3. Limited design flexibility
        4. Complexity in tooling and equipment
      3. Opportunities
        1. Market Expansion
        2. Technological Advancements
        3. Lightweighting Initiatives
        4. Strategic Partnerships
    2. PEST Analysis
      1. Political Analysis
      2. Economic Analysis
      3. Social Analysis
      4. Technological Analysis
    3. Porter's Analysis
      1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
      2. Bargaining Power of Buyers
      3. Threat of Substitutes
      4. Threat of New Entrants
      5. Competitive Rivalry
  5. Market Segmentation
    1. Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market, By Type, 2020 - 2030 (USD Million)
      1. Tube Hydroforming
      2. Sheet Hydroforming
    2. Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market, By Material Type, 2020 - 2030 (USD Million)
      1. Aluminium
      2. Brass
      3. Copper
      4. Stainless Steel
      5. Others
    3. Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market, By Vehicle Type, 2020 - 2030 (USD Million)
      1. Passenger Cars
      2. Light Commercial Vehicles
      3. Heavy Commercial Vehicles
    4. Global Automotive Hydroformed Parts Market, By Geography, 2020 - 2030 (USD Million)
      1. North America
        1. United States
        2. Canada
      2. Europe
        1. Germany
        2. United Kingdom
        3. France
        4. Italy
        5. Spain
        6. Nordic
        7. Benelux
        8. Rest of Europe
      3. Asia Pacific
        1. Japan
        2. China
        3. India
        4. Australia/New Zealand
        5. South Korea
        6. ASEAN
        7. Rest of Asia Pacific
      4. Middle East & Africa
        1. GCC
        2. Israel
        3. South Africa
        4. Rest of Middle East & Africa
      5. Latin America
        1. Brazil
        2. Mexico
        3. Argentina
        4. Rest of Latin America
  6. Competitive Landscape
    1. Company Profiles
      1. Tenneco
      2. F-Tech
      3. Nissin Kogyo
      4. Thyssenkrupp AG
      5. Magna International
      6. Alf Engineering
      7. Metalsa
      8. Tata Precision Tubes
      9. Yorozu
      10. Sango Co. Ltd
  7. Analyst Views
  8. Future Outlook of the Market