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State of the Market

Global trade in transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment exports saw an overall decline of 4 percent reflective of the global downward economic trend over the last year of available global export data (2014). This reflects a return to pre-2011 annual global trade revenues following two years of consecutive year-toyear declines in 2013 and 2014, and reduces the CAGR to 9 percent for the previous decade. However, according to the International Energy Agency, approximately $5 trillion will be invested in T&D infrastructure globally from 2015-2030.Thus suggesting that despite a downward trend in global T&D equipment trade, opportunities for U.S. exporters will persist.



T&D Equipment SubSector Rankings (Top 20)

Mexico
Vietnam
India
Nigeria
Saudi Arabia
Malaysia
Chile
Indonesia
Canada
Philippines
Turkey
Korea
China
Singapore
Australia
Colombia
Thailand
Israel
Poland
United Kingdom


U.S. Competiveness

Overall, U.S. T&D equipment exports have performed well in recent years. Total export revenues for the T&D equipment sector reached nearly $2.0 billion in 2015. Exports to Canada and Mexico accounted for almost 45 percent of this total, and the top ten markets makeup over two-thirds. U.S. T&D equipment exports declined 4 percent year-to-year from 2014, but still reflect a long-term growth trend with a 9 percent CAGR over the previous decade. U.S. global market share dropped to approximately 8 percent. As Figure illustrates, top U.S. T&D export markets do not completely align with those of all goods. Relative to other industries, U.S. T&D equipment manufacturers have captured significant returns in nations like Saudi Arabia and Colombia.



Rankings

The T&D equipment sub-sector rankings focus on markets with high growth in the products and services

necessary for the build-out, modernization and automation of T&D networks. For example, trade in T&D equipment receives a higher weight in this ranking, as does electricity demand growth, energy supply investment and other factors driving the buildout of the grid. The top T&D equipment markets are, therefore, more likely to be less-mature smart grid markets. Investments in these nations are more focused on the foundational grid modernization that is essential to the development of more advanced Smart Grid ICT that is still to come. Countries that have been long-standing markets for U.S. suppliers of the electric grid rank higher in this sub-sector. Additionally, Asian markets, where connecting new populations to the electric grid is a priority, will perform well in the T&D equipment sub-sector.

Source:  International Trade Administration

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The U.S. automotive parts industry has nearly doubled since 2009 in terms of exports. Today, there are large domestic automakers in countries around the world, including China, India and Russia--not to mention, legacy manufacturers in the United States, Europe and Japan. Each manufacturer produces their own parts, such as engines, transmissions, frames and body parts. But, increasingly, many large manufacturers are turning to first-tier suppliers for the design and production of most components and even large sub-assemblies. In fact, large firsttier suppliers are now as global as the vehicle manufacturers. The firsttier suppliers get subcomponents from second tier and third tier suppliers, and this chain continues down to raw material suppliers. To limit exposure to currency fluctuations, reduce transportation costs, minimize risks of damage in transit, avoid adverse political results and take advantage of local incentives, automakers tend to produce in the market/region where the vehicle will be sold. Mass-produced vehicles are generally only exported to countries where the economies of scale do not support local assembly. The major exception is limited-production luxury, sports or other specialuse vehicles.

Similarly, parts and vehicle manufacturers seek to produce OE parts as close to the assembly plants as possible. They do it in part to address the factors pushing towards vehicle assembly localization. Modern auto plants are built for just-in-time delivery of components, making long overseas supply chains costlier and riskier. Exceptions tend to be high-tech, high-cost and light-weight components, such as computer modules. As another example, exports of light-weight alloy wheels are more likely to be shipped long distances than heavy and inexpensive, basic steel wheels.


The situation is similar for aftermarket parts but not to the same degree. An aftermarket replacement part, such as a shock absorber or brake assembly, could be the exact same part, built by the same OE supplier. But this would be less true for expensive and/or high-tech specialty components used at the discretion of the purchaser to enhance the appearance or performance of a vehicle. As a result of these factors, there is massive intraregional trade between the United States, Canada and Mexico in both OE and aftermarket parts, while imports from the United States are smaller in countries such as Japan and Korea. On the other hand, there are relatively large trades in aftermarket parts, including specialty aftermarket parts to countries such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which do not have local vehicle or parts production. While the global automotive industry is fiercely competitive, there are other factors that limit or even distort trade. For decades, various governments around the world have used trade distorting policies to support the creation and expansion of domestic automotive industries that were not otherwise economically feasible. This has been accomplished through combinations of subsidies, tariffs and non-tariff barriers.

A prime example is India, which has a large and rapidly growing automotive industry made up of indigenous manufacturers and foreign companies forced to produce there by prohibitive tariffs. Brazil has a large industry made up of foreign manufacturers facing high localization requirements. Similarly, the Malaysian national automobile industry makes noncompetitive vehicles but is highly subsidized and protected by barriers. Another particularly important and rapidly growing impediment for U.S. automotive exporters is the development or acceptance of safety and environmental standards or regulations that differ from the United States. This is a major problem whether these differences were created as a purposeful barrier to trade, or not. The bottom line is that exporting auto parts from the United States to various markets can be challenging, even for the most competitive suppliers.

Source: International Trade Administration

U.S. agricultural equipment exports will continue to decline in 2017-18 in the absence of major increases in global agricultural commodity prices. Such increases are unlikely. High interest rates in markets such as Brazil and South Africa will further constrain the recovery of U.S. exports. Low interest rates in others, especially the Eurozone, may mitigate somewhat the effects of low agricultural commodity prices. Weak local currencies relative to the U.S. dollar will also remain a barrier to exports of U.S. agricultural equipment. Low petroleum prices, if they continue, will hold down farmers’ production costs, while restraining economic growth and demand for imported foodstuffs in petroleumproducing countries.

When global agricultural equipment markets are likely to bottom out is an open question. The German trade association VDMA Agricultural Machinery has identified “the saturation of the established markets” in Europe and the Western Hemisphere as the key obstacle to recovery. North American observers have mixed expectations for 2017, with U.S. dealers reportedly “less pessimistic,” while many of their Canadian counterparts expect increased sales. Both groups view their used equipment inventories as an obstacle to higher sales of new machinery.

In a generally bleak international marketplace, some bright spots could be found in 2016. The Russian and Ukrainian markets have shown significant growth, especially for equipment to produce grain, oilseeds and other commodity crops. U.S. exports to Russia were up an impressive 35 percent overall in the first six months of the year. Exports to Ukraine grew even more dramatically, by 204.3 percent.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration

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Global Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Market Analysis & Forecast Report 2017-2022
The Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market is expected to grow from USD 13.5 billion in 2016 to USD 17.6 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 4.52%. The Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market research report analyzes global adoption trends, future growth potentials, key dri...

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The Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market is expected to grow from USD 13.5 billion in 2016 to USD 17.6 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 4.52%.

The Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market research report analyzes global adoption trends, future growth potentials, key drivers, competitive outlook, restraints, opportunities, key challenges, market ecosystem, and value chain analysis.

This report presents a detailed analysis, market sizing, and forecasting for the emerging subsegments within the Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market. The report is thoroughly segmented by product type, application, vertical, and region. The global market share of vertical axis wind turbine is less than 10 percent. And the added capacity is about 2 gigawatts. It is thanks to the expansion of large power vertical axis wind turbine. The most used type of vertical axis wind turbine is the Darrieus vertical axis wind turbine. With high power utilization, Darrieus vertical axis wind turbine will take more share in the market. There are aslo some other types of vertical axis wind turbine transformed from the two basic types.


The report also focuses on various regional markets for each of the subsegments within the Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market. The major regions include North America, Europe, APAC, MEA, and Latin America. The US and Europe are the major suppliers of vertical axis wind turbine and also the major consumption markets. In the US, the large land makes it expansive to connect the remote villages into grid. And there is also massive wind power resource, which drive the development of vertical axis wind turbine industry. China is another major consumption market. Due to the supportive policies established in recent years, the wind power industry is fast developing. In China, the added capacity of wind turbine is more than 100 megawatts in 2014, while most of them are horizontal axis wind turbines.

The primary vendors in the Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market include UGE, Helix Wind, Wind Harvest, Astralux, Kliux Energies, Sycamore Energy, Ropatec, Arborwind, Quietrevolution, Turbine, Luethi Enterprises, Aeolos, Oy Windside Production, Eastern Wind Power, Windspire Energy, SAW, Ningbo Fengshen, MUCE. This research report studies the strategic alliances and lucrative acquisitions between various global and local players in the Vertical Axis Wind Turbine ecosystem. The players have majorly adopted the strategy of new product launches to enhance their business in the Vertical Axis Wind Turbine market. Vendors are launching new products so as to cater to the need of diverse end users in different geographic regions.

Report link: http://www.chlueresearch.com/product/global-vertical-axis-wind-turbine-market-analysis-forecast-report-2017-2022/

Frequency, Time Period
2012– 2017 base years
5-year annual forecast (2018 – 2022)

Region and Country Coverage:
Europe; UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Russia, Turkey, Poland, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe
North America: USA, Canada
Asia Pacific: Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand

Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Market Segment by Product:
1. Darrieus
2. Savonius

Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Market Segment by End-user:
1. Residential
2. Commercial and industrial
3. Fishery and recreational boats
4. Pastures, farms and remote villages
5. Potable systems for leisure
6. Desalination and purification
7. Remote monitoring
8. Research and education
9. Telecom base stations

Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Market Segment by Application:
1. Urban
2. Rural
3. Sea
4. Others

Key Issues Addressed
1. Competitive Landscape and Strategic Recommendations
2. The market forecast and growth areas for Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Market
3. Changing Market Trends and Emerging OpportUnities
4. Historical shipment and revenue
5. Analysis key applications
6. Main manufacturers market share

Customization
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Global Power Discrete Market Analysis & Forecast Report 2017-2022
The Power Discrete market is expected to grow from USD 12.3 billion in 2016 to USD 19.5 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 7.98%. The Power Discrete market research report analyzes global adoption trends, future growth potentials, key drivers, competitive outloo...

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The Power Discrete market is expected to grow from USD 12.3 billion in 2016 to USD 19.5 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 7.98%. The Power Discrete market research report analyzes global adoption trends, future growth potentials, key drivers, competitive outlook, restraints, opportunities, key challenges, market ecosystem, and value chain analysis.

This report also presents a detailed analysis, market sizing, and forecasting for the emerging subsegments within the Power Discrete market. The report is thoroughly segmented by product type, application, vertical, and region.

The report also focuses on various regional markets for each of the subsegments within the Power Discrete market. The major regions include North America, Europe, APAC, MEA, and Latin America. APAC is expected to hold the largest market share in 2016 with 39.8%, and China is in the growth phase and is the fastest-growing region for the global Power Discrete market.

The primary vendors in the Power Discrete market include Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., Infineon Technologies AG, Mitsubishi Electric Corp, STMicroelectronics N.V., Toshiba Corp, Fuji Electric Co. Ltd., International Rectifier, ON Semiconductor Corp., Renesas Electronics Corp., and Vishay Intertechnology Inc. This research report studies the strategic alliances and lucrative acquisitions between various global and local players in the Power Discrete ecosystem. The players have majorly adopted the strategy of new product launches to enhance their business in the Power Discrete market. Vendors are launching new products so as to cater to the need of diverse end users in different geographic regions.

Report link: http://www.chlueresearch.com/product/global-power-discrete-market-analysis-forecast-report-2017-2022/

Frequency, Time Period
2012– 2017 base years
5-year annual forecast (2018 – 2022)

Region and Country Coverage:
Europe; UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Russia, Turkey, Poland, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe
North America: USA, Canada
Asia Pacific: Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand

Power Discrete Market Segment by Product:
1. Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
2. Gallium Nitride (GaN)
3. Power rectifiers
4. Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET)
5. Silicon Carbide (SiC)
6. Thyristors

Power Discrete Market Segment by Application:
1. Automotive
2. Consumer
3. Medical
4. Cellular handsets
5. Infrastructure
6. Lighting

Key Issues Addressed
1. Competitive Landscape and Strategic Recommendations
2. The market forecast and growth areas for Power Discrete Market
3. Changing Market Trends and Emerging OpportUnities
4. Historical shipment and revenue
5. Analysis key applications
6. Main manufacturers market share

Customization
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Global Smart Watch Market Analysis & Forecast Report 2017-2022
The Smart Watch market is expected to grow from USD 11.3 billion in 2016 to USD 15.5 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.41%. The development of Smart Watch industry major depend on the growth of Smart Watch in recent two years. The Smart Watch market research ...
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