Australian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries

 


Driven by strong capital investment in the mining industry, and to a lesser extent the manufacturing industry, sales of pumps into these sectors in Australia have grown strongly over recent years. Sales of pumps into the mining sector have grown at a compound annual growth rate of almost 10 per cent from 2005 to 2008. The global economic downturn has impacted capital investment in both sectors, and together with lower levels of equipment utilisation (which affects replacement rates) growth in pump sales will turn negative in 2009. However the market growth rate is forecast to turn positive again in 2010 in the manufacturing sector and 2011 in mining.

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Australian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryOverviewAustralian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries, IntroductionOverviewOverview of the IndustryDefinitionsDefinitions Used in this ServiceAustralian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries, Market Drivers and RestraintsOverviewFactors Influencing the MarketMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsAustralian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries, End-Use Sector AnalysisMining SectorMining Sector OverviewManufacturing SectorManufacturing Sector OverviewAustralian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries, Pump Market AssessmentIndustry StructureOverview of the Pump IndustryMarket Size and ForecastsPump Market SizePump Market by Sector and Pump TypeAustralian Market for Pumps in the Mining and Manufacturing Industries, Competitive EnvironmentOverviewOverview of Competitive EnvironmentMarket Share AnalysisMarket Share by SupplierSupplier ProfilesThe Weir GroupITT Water and WastewaterFlowserveGrundfos PumpsKSB




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