Global Agriculture Tractor Tires Market 2017-2022

The global tractor tires market is likely to grow at a CAGR of 5.06% in terms of shipment during the period 2016-2022

The demand for agricultural tractor tires will witness a flat growth during 2017 mainly due to the growth of the replacement market. Further, the demand for tires is strongly correlated with the global agricultural tractors market. Also, increasing farm mechanization in developing countries such as India, China, Thailand, and the African continent is increasing the sale of agricultural tractors. This, in turn, is increasing the demand for agricultural tractor tires.

The demand from replacement end-users dominates the agricultural tractor tires market in each geography. This is mainly due to the number of registered agriculture tractors remains lower than the number already in use.

Radial-ply tires are the most recent ones and are more efficient than bias-ply tires. The demand for radial-ply tires is likely to come from developed countries such as Europe and North America, where the demand for technical advanced tires is high.

Agricultural Tractor Tires Market – Trends, Drivers, and Restraints

The demand for high HP tractors is witnessed in developed geographies, especially European countries. Apart from these region, the demand for high HP vehicle is also increasing in Latin America, particularly Brazil and Argentina. High HP increases the demand for technically advanced agricultural tractor tires. Mainly wide and large tires are used in high HP vehicles. Hence, the increasing demand of high HP vehicles is one of the key drivers of the market.

Further, growing government support is driving the demand for agriculture tractor tires, and increasing replacement market for the same is another major driver discussed in the report.

Today’s generation of agriculture tires are highly engineered and are more capable of carrying more weight, efficient, and leave less of an impact on the terrain than before. With the help of LSW technology, the inner wheel diameter is increased while keeping the same outer diameter. This formation improves the performance by reducing the height of the sidewall of the tire. This shows that the advancement in agricultural tractor tires technology is one of the latest trends, which is going to drive the market in the upcoming years. Other emerging trends included in the report are growing demand for green agriculture tractor tires and increasing demand for wider agricultural tires.

The report includes market analysis of different regions such as North America, Latin America, APAC, MEA, and Europe. It outlines the major market shareholders and the market size analysis of all regions. In terms of unit sales, in 2016, APAC was the largest market, whereas North America and Europe contributed 14.57% and 12.01%, respectively to the global market.

The contribution of geographies will remain steady till 2022. In 2022, APAC is expected to account for more than 71% of the overall market share, whereas the share of North America is expected to decline. However, Africa is the fastest growing market, registering a CAGR of more than 8%, followed by APAC during the forecast period. In terms of revenue, North America is expected to have the largest market share in 2022.

Key Topics Covered:

Section 1 Research Methodology

Section 2 Executive Summary

Section 3 Report Coverage

3.1 Report assumption

3.2 Market Derivation

Section 4 Introduction

4.1 Agriculture Sector: Contribution to the Growth of an Economy

Section 5 Key Drivers

5.1 Growing Demand from Emerging Economies

5.2 Increasing Use of High HP Tractors

5.3 Increasing Replacement Market for Agriculture Tractor Tires

5.4 Growing Government Support Driving the Demand for Agriculture Tractor Tires

Section 6 Key Market Trends

6.1 Advancement in Agricultural Tractor Tires Technology

6.2 Demand for Green Agriculture Tractor Tires

6.3 Increasing Demand for Wider Agricultural Tractor Tires

Section 7 Key Restraints

7.1 Volatility in Raw Material Prices

7.2 Increased Soil Compaction due to Use of Large Tractor Tires

7.3 Lack of Awareness about Technicalities of Agriculture Tractor Tires

7.4 Decline in Commodity Prices Lowers the Demand for Tractor Tires

Section 8 Global Agricultural Tractor Tires Market

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Tractor Tire Market Size and Analysis

Section 9 Segmentation on Construction Type

Section 10 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market by End-user

Section 11 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market by Geography

Section 12 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market in APAC

12.1 Market Size and Analysis

12.2 Segmentation by End-users

12.2.1 OEM Tractor Tires Market in APAC: Market Size and Forecast

12.2.2 Replacement Tractor Tires Market in APAC: Market Size and Forecast

12.3 India: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

12.3.1 Segmentation by End-user

12.4 China: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

12.4.1 Segmentation by End-user

12.5 Other Leading Agrarian Economies in APAC

Section 13 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market in North America

13.1 Market Size and Analysis

13.2 Segmentation by End-user

13.3 US: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

13.4 Segmentation by End-user

13.5 Canada: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

13.5.1 Segmentation by End-user

Section 14 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market in Europe

14.1 Market Size and Analysis

14.1 Segmentation by End-user

14.2 Germany: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

14.2.1 Segmentation by End-user

14.3 Russia: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

14.3.1 Segmentation by End-user

14.4 UK: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

14.4.1 Segmentation by End-user

14.5 France: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

14.5.1 Segmentation by End-user

14.6 Italy: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

14.6.1 Segmentation by End-user

Section 15 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market in Latin America

15.1 Market Size and Analysis

15.2 Segmentation by End-user

15.3 Brazil: Agricultural Tractor Tires Market Size and Analysis

15.3.1 Segmentation by End-user

Section 16 Agricultural Tractor Tires Market in Africa

16.1 Market Size and Analysis

16.2 Segmentation by End-user

Section 17 Competitive Landscape

17.1.1 Porter’s Five Forces Model

17.1.2 Threat of New Entrants

17.1.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

17.1.4 Bargaining Power of Buyers

17.1.5 Threat of Substitutes

17.1.6 Threat of Rivalry

17.2 Competitive Landscape

Section 18 Key Vendor Analysis

18.1 Bridgestone

18.2 Titan International

18.3 Michelin

18.4 Balkrishna Industries Limited (BKT).

Section 19 Other Prominent Vendors

19.1 Alliance Tire Group (ATG)

19.2 CEAT

19.3 Mitas

19.4 JK Tyre & Industries Ltd.

19.5 Trelleborg Wheel Systems

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About the Author: Bob Cooper

Bob Cooper is Canadian Business Tribune''s senior editor. He is also a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist and a bestselling author. He lives in London Ontario and covers the intersection of money, politics and finance. He appears periodically on national television shows and has been published in (among others) The National Post, Politico, The Atlantic, Harper’s,, Vice and He also has served as a journalist and consultant on documentaries for CBC and Global News . In 2014, he was the winner of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers' investigative journalism award, and the winner of the Izzy Award for Journalism from Ithaca College's Park Center for Independent Media. He was also a finalist for UCLA's Gerald R. Loeb Award and Syracuse University's Mirror Award. Before becoming a journalist in 2006, Sirota worked in Washington for, among others, U.S. Rep. Bernie Sanders, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee Minority Staff and the Center for American Progress.