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The Panel Builders Market - UK 2012-2016
- Published: Monday, 14 January 2013 10:45
AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the ninth edition of our report on the Panel Builders Market - UK 2012-2016. Incorporating original input and primary market research, the report represents an up to date and informed review of the market and is excellent value for money.
Key issues covered in the market report:
• REVIEW OF UK MARKET SIZE AND TRENDS.
• COMPONENT USAGE – Analysis of the range of components used by panel builders.
• ANALYSIS OF SUPPLY STRUCTURE - Key Suppliers, component suppliers and distribution, etc.
• REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS OF PANELS – Industrial and process, water industry, power generation and power distribution, oil gas and marine, transport, general construction, etc.
The Panel Builders market is complex and fragmented in terms of end-use applications. Trends in the market are influenced by many issues, ranging from the level of electricity consumption and manufacturing output to general construction activity levels. These issues are assessed alongside their implications for the UK panel builders and component markets.
The UK panel builders’ market was relatively stable prior to the recession with growth levels averaging around 1-2% per annum. The market declined as a result of the deteriorating economy but returned to growth in 2011. The market is expected to continue to grow through to 2016, when forecasts are for a market value of £572 million. Key factors underpinning growth include health and safety, environmental and energy efficiency legislation, also rising long term electricity consumption and more positive conditions in the oil and gas sector.
The report is not simply a long list of government and fiscal data, but an intelligent and researched analysis of the panel builders sector in the UK.
Areas of particular interest:
• Key factors impacting on the UK panel building market, including construction, power generation, process industries, infrastructure etc.
• Review of the renewable energy market and opportunities for panel builders.
• Trends in component usage by panel builders.
• Niche specialist opportunities for panels – e.g. railways, oil and gas, homeland security, energy efficiency, de-carbonisation equipment used in power generation, colocation centres, etc.
• Analysis of future prospects for the UK panel building market.
• Up to date review and forecasts of construction trends.
Some of the key companies featured include:
ABB, AF Switchgear, Anord Controls Systems, Blackburn Starling, Combined Electrical and Engineering Services, Compere Ling Systems, Craig and Derricott, Crompton Controls, Danfoss, Don Controls, Eaton Electric, General Panel Systems, Hima-Sella, ICW Power, Lloyd Morris Electrical, Main Systems, Mardix, Max Wright, Mitsubishi Electric Europe, Power Panels Electrical Systems, Quantum Controls, Rockwell Automation, Saftronics, Schneider Electric UK, Southern and Redfern Group, Switchgear and Instrumentation, TE Connectivity, Technical Control Systems.