Global Laboratory Products Purchasing Trends, 2016

Global Laboratory Products Purchasing Trends, 2016

Shifting Demands from Key End-user Segments Unlocks New Growth Opportunities

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21-Apr-2016
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Global
Research Code: 9AB9-00-42-00-00
SKU: HC02623-GL-MR_16997

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Readers of the Lab Manager Magazine were invited to participate in an online survey in August 2015. To qualify, readers were required to play a role in their lab’s purchasing process, be familiar with their labs’ product budgets, and represent a lab that either uses or plans to use products in one or more of the 7 specified categories (instruments, equipment, chemicals, reagents and kits, general lab supplies, plasticware, and glassware). A total of 381 decision makers qualified for and completed the survey, answering questions on purchases, budgets, industry drivers and restraints, preferred suppliers, and purchasing preferences. Respondents were segmented by academic, biopharmaceutical, government, industrial, and clinical organizations.

Table of Contents

Research Objectives

Research Methodology

Research Methodology (continued)

Respondent Demographics

Respondent Demographics (continued)

Respondent Demographics

Executive Summary—Purchasing Drivers

Executive Summary—Laboratory Budgets

Executive Summary—Industry Drivers

Executive Summary—Instrument Purchases vs. Equipment Purchases

Executive Summary—Overall Rating of Purchasing Experience

Executive Summary—Desired Purchasing Changes

Information Sources for New Products

2012–2015 Total Laboratory Products Purchases

2015 Laboratory Products Purchases by End User

2015–2016 Instruments Purchases

2015–2016 Equipment Purchases

Strategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products—2015 Results

Strategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products—2014 Results

Strategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products

Technical Note—Understanding Perceptual Maps

Perceptual Map of Laboratory Products

Perceptual Map of Laboratory Products (continued)

2015 Laboratory Product Budgets by End User and Product Category

2015–2016 Laboratory Product Budgets by End User and Product Category

End-users’ Expectations of Laboratory Products Budget Percent Growth/Decline 2015–2016

Laboratory Budgets Discussion

Sources of Laboratory Funding

Preferred Purchase Channel

Top Competitors in Instruments

Top Competitors in Equipment

Top Competitors in Chemicals

Top Competitors in Reagents & Kits

Top Competitors in Plasticware

Top Competitors in Glassware

Top Competitors in General Lab Supplies

Importance of Comparing Prices for Lab Products

Overall Rating of Purchasing Experience

Competitive Dynamics Discussion

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic Labs

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs

Stated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Barriers—Academic Labs

Stated Growth Barriers—Academic Labs (continued)

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Government Labs

Stated Growth Drivers—Government Labs

Stated Growth Barriers—Government Labs

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Biopharmaceutical Labs

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Drivers—Biopharmaceutical Labs

Stated Growth Drivers—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Barriers—Biopharmaceutical Labs

Stated Growth Barriers—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Industrial Labs

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Industrial Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Drivers—Industrial Labs

Stated Growth Drivers—Industrial Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Barriers—Industrial Labs

Stated Growth Barriers—Industrial Labs (continued)

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Clinical Labs

Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Clinical Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Drivers—Clinical Labs

Stated Growth Drivers—Clinical Labs (continued)

Stated Growth Barriers—Clinical Labs

Stated Growth Barriers—Clinical Labs (continued)

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Readers of the Lab Manager Magazine were invited to participate in an online survey in August 2015. To qualify, readers were required to play a role in their lab’s purchasing process, be familiar with their labs’ product budgets, and represent a lab that either uses or plans to use products in one or more of the 7 specified categories (instruments, equipment, chemicals, reagents and kits, general lab supplies, plasticware, and glassware). A total of 381 decision makers qualified for and completed the survey, answering questions on purchases, budgets, industry drivers and restraints, preferred suppliers, and purchasing preferences. Respondents were segmented by academic, biopharmaceutical, government, industrial, and clinical organizations.
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Author Aish Vivekanadan
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number 9AB9-00-42-00-00
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