Market Research Report
Global Aluminium Extrusions Market Outlook by Sector to 2030
|Published by||Metal Bulletin Research||Product code||335182|
|Published||Content info||196 Pages
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|Global Aluminium Extrusions Market Outlook by Sector to 2030|
|Published: May 1, 2015||Content info: 196 Pages||
It has never been more essential than now to understand the ever changing aluminium extrusions market. The first of its kind, “Global Aluminium Extrusions Market Outlook by Sector to 2030” is required reading for all industry professionals with an interest in current and forward business planning relating to the global aluminium extrusions industry.
This in-depth research offers expert analysis and forecasting including the following contents:
The use of aluminium extrusions in ABC applications
The architectural, building and construction (ABC) sector is one of the major contributors to the development of the global economy, with construction value-added output accounting for 5.4% of global GDP. While the global construction sector has been one of the sectors hardest hit by the turbulent economic times of the past few years, we are expecting, growth in the construction sector to outpace world GDP growth over the medium term.
By region/major country statistics and analysis on consumption trends of aluminium extrusions in the ABC sector (2010-2030)
By major market analysis and trends for extrusions by ABC products (e.g. systems, commercial) and applications (e.g. curtain walls, door frames etc.) by share (%)
By region/country statistics and analysis on trade in aluminium doors and windows, 2008-2014
Analysis of substitution trends between extrusions and competing materials in key application sectors e.g. wood, vinyl, others
By region/country analysis and data on:
Aluminium companies, especially in Europe and North America, have put a great deal of hope and investment on increased usage of aluminium in the automotive sector.
MBR considers whether this faith is well placed or not in this new and independent study.
The transportation sector is another key consumer in for aluminium extrusions, and we consider the market in transportation as segmented across the following types:
Regional consumption analysis and statistics for each transportation sector 2010-2030
By country consumption analysis and statistics of aluminium extrusions in each sector for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and railways, 2010-2030
Average use of aluminium extrusions in passenger cars, 2010, 2015 and 2030
Lists of key customers of aluminium extrusions by each transport sector
Key analysis and trends for each sector out to 2030
Regional/by country analysis and statistics of key extrusions export/import data 2010-2014 including forward trends and projections out to 2030
Countervailing duties on Chinese extrusions and future trends
Regional/by country analysis and statistics for aluminium extrusions construction in electrical and electronics uses, 2010-2030
Regional/by country analysis and statistics for aluminium extrusions construction in machinery uses, 2010-2030
Regional/by country analysis and statistics for aluminium extrusions construction in consumer durables, 2010-2030
Detailed data and margin analysis and forecasts by each pricing tier by key region, including:
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Martin has been working in the aluminium industry for 25 years, with previous employment at CRU, Dresdner Bank, Billiton and Brook Hunt/Wood Mackenzie. After completing his MA in economics at Manchester University, Martin became an aluminium industry analyst, working on market forecasting, cost analysis, multi-client work and bespoke research. He went on to manage steel and metals equity research, work as a M&A analyst, conduct research and modelling of the bauxite, alumina, aluminium and power markets and now focuses on financial modelling and analysis of metals/mining assets. He is considered a leading expert in the field who has worked through three major downturns in the aluminium industry and has seen what the survivors have done to come through to the other side.
Yang Cao is Metal Bulletin Research's principal analyst covering the global aluminium sector. He regularly undertakes in-depth market and price analysis, and is editor of MBR's Aluminium Weekly Tracker. He holds a Bachelor degree in Finance in China and has previously worked at KPMG and Standard Chartered Bank. He holds a Masters degree in Economics and Finance from the University of York. He is also learning towards Chartered Financial Analyst level III.