This is the 2nd edition of the StatPlan Cable Report. The report sizes demand for insulated energy cable, bare energy conductors, metal telecoms cable, fibre optic cable, superconductors, winding wire and mechanical steel rope from 2015 to 2020.
THE MAIN FOCUS OF THE REPORT IS CONTAINED IN SECTIONS, COVERING
Analysed in tonnage by region from 2000 to 2014 and forecast from 2015 to 2020.
Recorded in $ value from 2000 to 2014 and forecast from 2015 to 2020, analysed by region & country (world, 6 regions and 29 countries) and by category.
These individual surveys contain the following detailed analysis for each region and country
Demand from 2000 to 2020 in $, product groups by value, economic and financial with commentary on relevant issues, wire and cable manufacturers.
The Chinese report has an expanded coverage including certification, market gaps, survey of end-user industries, detailed discussion of the manufacturing sector and counterfeit cables.
Production capacity is evaluated and regions of surplus are identified. China, India, the USA, Europe and MENA are reviewed in capacity and utilisation. International trade is reviewed.
Major cable companies are listed in each country with global market shares. The top 11 companies are shown with their shares of end-use markets; utilities, con-struction, industry, other. The major strengths of each company are identified.
Significant market factors and drivers are identified and evaluated within each user segment; electrification, transmission and distribution, railways, telecoms, industry, automotive and construction.
Price trends and factors driving prices are analysed with future predictions. The following factors are reviewed; market demand within sector (utilities, industry, telecoms, construction), over-production and capacity utilisation, price trends for input materials (steel, copper, aluminium) with forecasts to 2025,
Product categories are ranked by long term profitability with commentary on future trends and prospects for categories of high profitability.
The technology, applications and benefits of superconductors are outlined, current status and future market potential. Promoters and manufacturers are listed.
A serious problem causing major losses, the current position and outlook are re-viewed.