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Analysis of the Electric Drives Market in the Southern Cone Region http://www.reportlinker.com/p0936211/Analysis-of-the-Electric-Drives-Market-in-the-Southern-Cone-Region.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Electronic_Component_and_Semiconductor
This research service aims to provide an insight into the Electric Variable Speed Drives market (understood as the combined markets for AC Drives, DC Drives and Servo Drives), with focus on the Southern Cone region, which covers Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay. The study discusses the factors driving and restraining the market and presents a revenue forecasts for a period of 6 years, from the base-year 2011 to the 2016 horizon. Moreover, the main distribution channels, the most important end-user segments and the competitive environment are analyzed, in order to highlight opportunities and trends in this market.
•The total market for variable-speed electric drives in the Southern Cone region of South America is estimated at U.S. $ Xmillion for base year 2011. All prices are given in U.S. dollars, and conversion rates are included in the Forecasts and Trends section.
•In this study, the Southern Cone refers to Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
•Total revenue is projected to grow at an average rate of Xpercent in the forecast period (2011 to 2016).
•This market is considered to be in a growth stage, with increasing public awareness, great entry potential, high growth rates, and decreasing prices. Given the high price sensitivity of this market, the trend of decreasing average prices is expected to boost the total number of sold units.
•New industrial plants in the region have been built to be more competitive—they have higher automation levels and create greater demand for drives.
•Alternating-current drives make up Xpercent of the total market in Southern Cone in 2011 and represent the core product line for the top participants. Direct-current drives are bought mostly to replace broken ones in older plants, and sales are expected to shrink.
•Argentina and Chile together comprise Xpercent of the Southern Cone market for drives.
•The most important vertical in the Southern Cone drives market is the agriculture (agro), food, and beverage industry.
Executive SummaryMarket OverviewTotal Electric Drives Market•External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints•Forecasts and Trends•Market Share and Competitive AnalysisArgentina BreakdownChile BreakdownUruguay BreakdownParaguay BreakdownThe Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)Appendix