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Focus on the US Industrial Controls Market

November 19, 2007

Market research report on the American industrial controls market predicts 2.9% annual growth in demand, with advanced controls outpacing more conventional devices.


LYON, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the American industrial equipment market is available in its catalogue.

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US Demand to Reach $15.4 Billion by 2011
US demand for industrial controls is forecast to rise 2.9% annually through 2011 to $15.4 billion. Gains will be supported by the continual technological advancement of solid-state control products, which will enable producers to improve their productivity and remain competitive on a global scale. Growth will also benefit from increasing strength in the aerospace and motor vehicles industries, as well as a projected upturn in electrical and electronic shipments through 2011. Advances will be restrained, on the other hand, by a relatively mature US market for these products, as well as by competition from personal computers (PCs) programmed to perform control-related functions.

Advanced Industrial Controls to Outpace Conventional Controls
Demand for advanced controls is expected to continue to grow more rapidly than that of conventional controls, as the advanced type provides superior performance and production capabilities. Industrial control related software and system integration services will continue to bolster overall demand in the advanced controls segment. As these products become more technologically intricate, system integration services and industrial control software will continue to be highly demanded. Among conventional controls, marine controls are expected to post notable gains, benefiting from an acceleration in military shipbuilding activity and strong national defense expenditures through 2011.

Service Industries to be Fastest Growing Market
Durable goods industries accounted for 61% of industrial control demand in 2006. Industrial controls are highly utilized by electrical and electronic equipment and machinery manufacturers. Service industries are expected to be the fastest growing market for industrial controls through 2011, supported by strong growth in business service revenues. Industrial controls are used by a number of different types of service businesses, primarily for repair/maintenance of motor-containing machinery and equipment. Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications are expected to provide better prospects for growth than maintenace/repair/operations (MRO), due to a rise in nonresidential fixed investment though 2011.

Study Coverage
This report presents historical US demand data for 1996, 2001 and 2006 as well as forecasts for 2011 and 2016 by control type and market. The study also considers market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluates company market share data and profiles 31 US industry competitors, including Honeywell, Rockwell, Eaton, Schneider Electric and General Electric.

Table of Contents
Market Environment
General
Macroeconomic Environment
Cyclical Trends
Long Term Trends
Market Dynamics
OEM Dynamics
MRO Dynamics
Sector Dynamics
Durable Goods Outlook
Nondurable Goods Outlook
Nonmanufacturing Outlook
Pricing Trends
Technological Trends
Control Functionality
Communication/System Integration
Impact on Demand
 

OVERVIEW
General
Industrial Control Demand by Sector
World Market
International Environment
Foreign Trade & International Issues
World Supply & Demand Trends
Foreign Trade
Imports
Exports
 

ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS
General
Supply & Demand
Programmable Logic Controllers
Demand
Product Innovations & Producers
Adjustable Speed Drive Controls
Demand
AC Drive Controls
DC Drive Controls
Product Innovations & Producers
Computer Numerical Controls
Proximity & Positioning Sensors
Other Solid-State Controls
Parts & Accessories
Control System Integration Services
Industrial Control Software
 

CONVENTIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS
General
Supply & Demand
General-Purpose Controls
AC & DC Starters & Contactors
AC Full Voltage Controllers
AC Reduced Voltage Controls
AC Contactors
DC Motor Controls
Other Starters & Contactors
Motor Control Centers
Pushbutton Controls
Limit Switches & Related Products
Industrial Control Relays
Clutches & Brakes
Solenoids
Other General-Purpose Controls
Parts & Accessories
Special-Purpose Controls
Materials Handling Controls
Metal Mill Controls
Marine Controls
Application-Specific Starters & Contactors
Other Special-Purpose Controls
Parts & Accessories
 

MARKETS
General
Durable Goods
Machinery
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Electrical & Electronic Equipment
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Motor Vehicles & Parts
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Primary & Fabricated Metals
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Other Durable Goods
Nondurable Goods
Chemicals
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Pulp & Paper
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Petroleum Refining
Industry Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Other Nondurable Goods
Nonmanufacturing
Services
Sector Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Construction
Sector Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Utilities
Sector Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Resource Extraction
Sector Outlook
Industrial Control Market
Other Private Sector
Government
 

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Industry Composition
Market Share
Product Development & Manufacturing
Financial Issues
Marketing & Distribution
Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestiture Activity
Company Profiles
 


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