Electrical equipment groups - World

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Electrical equipment groups - World

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What is the business?

Electrical equipment manufacturers are involved in the design and manufacture of equipment used to carry electricity from power stations to high-voltage networks, known as transmission systems, and then through lower voltage networks, known as distribution systems, to end-users. […]

-Who are the key players?

Global leaders are power or energy specialists. They dominate the power equipment market as well as the automation market. […]Companies analysed in the report: GE, ALSTOM, MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC, SHANGHAI ELECTRIC, ABB, EATON, LEGRAND, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, SIEMENS ENERGY and COOPER INDUSTRIES.

How intense is competition?

Rivalry is average, with new entrants making steady inroads. Although new entrants do not pose a substantial threat to established electrical equipment companies, a number of players from emerging markets such as Shanghai Electric, Bharat Heavy Electrics and Crompton Greaves are continuing to increase their footprint in international markets. […]

What are the main markets?

Global power consumption is concentrated in Europe, Asia and North America. Asia accounts for over 38.5%, followed by Europe (24.9%) and North America (24.5%). Rising power consumption spurred by strong economic growth in emerging markets such as China and India have dramatically increased the relative share of Asia in the global electricity landscape. […]

Table of Contents 0. Conclusions

1. Market fundamentals

1.1. Overview

1.2. The industry

1.3. Supply and demand

1.4. Key players

1.5. Geographical location

2. Market environment and prospects

2.1. Market overview

2.2. Demand

2.3. Supply

2.4. International trade

2.5. Market trends

3. Corporate strategies and competition

3.1. Competitive forces

3.2. Structure of competition

3.3. Corporate strategies

4. Case studies

4.1. The case of Crompton Greaves

4.2. The case of Eaton Corp.

4.3. The case of ABB

4.4. The case of Schneider Electric

4.5. The case of Siemens Energy

5. Company profiles

5.1. Schneider Electric

5.2. ABB

5.3. Siemens

5.4. General Electric

5.5. Alstom

5.6. Mitsubishi Electric

5.7. Shanghai Electric

5.8. Legrand

5.9. Cooper Industries

5.10. Eaton Corporation

6. Statistical appendix

7. Sources

8. Annexes

Companies Mentioned GE, ALSTOM, MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC, SHANGHAI ELECTRIC, ABB, EATON, LEGRAND, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, SIEMENS ENERGY and COOPER INDUSTRIES

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