Market Research Report - 219499
2014 European Connector Market Handbook
|Published by||Bishop & Associates, Inc.|
|Published||Content info||262 Pages|
Bishop and Associates 2014 edition of the European Connector Market Handbook is a comprehensive six-chapter, 262-page report analyzing all aspects of the $10.6 billion European electronic connector market. The report provides detailed connector statistics by equipment sector and product category and by 19 countries/regions. Included is a complete chapter on connector industry results by country, equipment sector and product category. Data is provided for the years 2008-2013, and projections for 2018 (including five-year CAGRs).
The countries/regions covered by the report are: Austria, Benelux, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Iberian Peninsula, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Scandinavia and the group Other countries.
In chapter one the European connector market is put in the context of the world electronic connector market and shows the relative importance of the European connector market including differences with other regional markets.
Chapter two covers the European electronic connector market by end-use equipment and country and illustrates the dynamics in the market by providing the five-year compound average growth rates of connector markets by end-use equipment sector between 2008 and 2013. We look at growth rates, exchange rates and regional differences within Europe between the growth of Central and Eastern European markets vs. Western European markets and Northern Europe versus Southern Europe.
In chapter three the electronic connector market of 19 different countries or regions are analyzed between 2008 and 2013. Data is provided by end-use equipment sector and product category for each year and each country. Compound annual growth rate per country for the period 2008 through 2013 is also provided by end-use equipment sector and product category. Included is also a country-specific forecast for the next five-year period ending in 2018.
In chapter four we take a closer look at the end-use equipment sector differences between the regions of the world and how these sectors developed in Europe during the period 2008 through 2013.
Chapter 5 provides the 2018 forecast for the European connector market. Data is provided for 2018 for the total European market but also by country, end-use equipment and product category, including a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the period 2013 through 2018.
In chapter 6 conclusions are drawn on the size of and general trend in the European connector market based on the analysis made in the previous chapters.