Paul Thomen

Monday, 3 February 2014

2017 Industrial Valves Industry

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World industrial valves market demand to rise 5.1% annually through 2017

Global demand for industrial valves is forecast to grow 5.1 percent per annum through 2017 making this industry worth more than $80 billion. Although growth will be healthy across the globe (spurred by recovery from the recent economic downturn), the drivers of industrial valve industry growth will vary by region. Advances in developing areas such as China and India will result from industrialization, as investment in water infrastructure and electricity generation grows. In developed areas, continued advances in manufacturing output will provide growth in the process manufacturing market. Oil producing nations such as those in the Middle East will post gains due to rising drilling activity. In the US, the industrial valves industry demand will benefit from the boom in hydraulic fracturing in the oil and gas market, as well as from the improved economy.

China emerged as the largest producer of industrial valves in 2012. China has developed the largest trade surplus in the world, and it is expected to grow through the forecast period. Germany, Italy, and Japan are also major net exporters, each with a surplus of over $1 billion in 2012.

Process manufacturing market to post strong gains
Process manufacturing will post strong gains in industrial valve market demand, driven by growing output, especially in the chemical industry. Rising standards of living will boost capacity in process manufacturing in developing regions. In addition, the need for more efficient manufacturing operations in developed nations will spur investment in new equipment, benefiting valves. Advances in valve demand in the water infrastructure market will result from two key factors: in developing nations, access to water supply and sanitation will be increased; in developed nations, aging water infrastructure will need repair and upgrade. Industrial valves’ demand in the oil and gas market will benefit from increased oil and gas production, which will require additional investment in pipeline infrastructure.

Automatic valves to outpace conventional types
Demand for automatic valves will outpace conventional valves due to ongoing efforts by process manufacturers to improve operational efficiencies. The strongest gains will be registered in sales of separately sold automatic actuators, which are used together with standard valves to allow for automated valve functions, and are less expensive than automatic control and regulator valves with actuators pre-installed.

Companies Profiled in this industrial valves market report include
Over 40 valve leaders such as Cameron, Crane, Emerson Electric, Flowserve, Kitz and Pentair and more.

Additional Information
This study examines the global market for industrial valves. Product segments covered are
  • standard hand-operated multiturn (globe, gate, check, pinch, and diaphragm)
  • quarterturn (plug, ball, and butterfly)
  • other conventional valve designs (safety and relief, plumbing and heating, nuclear, waterworks, miscellaneous valve designs and separately sold valve bodies, actuators, and parts)
  • automatic (also referred to as automated) control (actuated by pneumatic, solenoid, electric, hydraulic, and digital mechanisms)
  • regulator valves and actuators
Excluded from the scope of this study are valves used in hydraulic- and pneumatic-powered systems, valves used primarily in automotive applications, and other original equipment-type valves used as components in internal combustion engines and other non-industrial applications.
Historical data (2002, 2007, and 2012) and forecasts for 2017 and 2022 are provided for sales of industrial valves at the aggregate level on a country-by-country basis, valued in millions of current US dollars, including inflation. The term “demand” refers to “apparent consumption,” and is defined as shipments (also referred to variously as “production,” “output,” or “supply”) from a country’s indigenous manufacturing facilities plus imports minus exports. It is used interchangeably with the terms “market,” “sales,” and “consumption.”

Table of Contents
Introduction XIII
I. Executive Summary 1
II. Market Environment 4
General 4
World Economic Overview 5
Recent Historical Trends 5
Macroeconomic Outlook 8
World Fixed Investment Overview 11
World Energy Overview 14
Energy Supplies 15
Energy Demand 17
World Water Utilization Trends 19
World Construction Trends 21
Pricing Patterns 24
Valve Materials & Technology 26
III.Industrial Valves Market Overview 28
General 28
Demand by Region 29
Production by Region 32
International Trade 34
Demand by Product 36
Conventional 37 Standard Multiturn 38 Quarterturn 40 Other 43
Automatic 47 Control 49 Regulator 52 Actuators & Other 53
Industrial Valves Demand by Market 55
Process Manufacturers 56
Water Infrastructure 58
Oil & Gas 61
Other 63
IV.North America Industrial Valves Industry 66
General 66
Industrial Valve Supply & Demand 67
Industrial Valve Outlook & Suppliers 69
United States 70
Canada 77
Mexico 84
V.Western Europe Industrial VAlVES Industry 90
General 90
Industrial Valve Supply & Demand 91
Industrial Valve Outlook & Suppliers 94
Germany 95
Italy 101
France 107
United Kingdom 112
Spain 119
Netherlands 124
Other Western Europe 129
Austria 136
Belgium 137
Switzerland 138
Sweden 138
Denmark 139
All Other 140
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