The global bus HVAC systems market is projected to reach over 430 thousand units by 2021, growing at a CAGR of close to 8% over the forecast period. The increased efficiency of HVAC systems through pressure transducer technology is a key factor boosting the market growth.
Top six vendors in the global bus HVAC systems market
DENSO supplies advanced automotive technology systems and components to major players in the automotive industry. It offers HVAC systems, car air conditioning, electric compressors, and radiators in the automotive systems and components segment.
Guchen Industry is one of the first Chinese companies to produce air conditioning systems for commercial vehicles. Initially, they only manufactured air conditioning systems for buses but later expanded their business by manufacturing refrigeration units for trucks and vans.
MAHLE is an automotive parts manufacturer, and one of the largest automotive suppliers across the world. It is engaged in engine systems, filtration, mechatronics, and thermal management.
Thermo King is a brand of Ingersoll Rand and is a leading manufacturer of temperature control systems for the transportation sector, including for trailers, truck bodies, buses, shipboard containers, and rail cars. It offers a wide range of bus HVAC systems for small, large, articulated, and double-decker buses.
Valeo supplies automotive products and systems that contribute to vehicle performance, the development of intuitive driving, and carbon dioxide emission reduction. The company provides a wide range of products to auto manufacturers and aftermarkets.
WABCO is a leading supplier of commercial vehicle services and technologies that improve the efficiency, safety, and connectivity of these vehicles. It offers innovative products in ADAS, braking, stability control, transmission automation, and aerodynamics. The company provides these technologies across the world for commercial trucks, buses, trailers, cars, and off-highway manufacturers.