Growth Trends and Dynamics for Automation in the US Chemicals Market

Growth Trends and Dynamics for Automation in the US Chemicals Market

Contrasting Business Models to Drive Strategic Partnerships across Value Chain Participants

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26-Aug-2014
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North America
Research Code: NE88-01-00-00-00
SKU: IA00154-NA-MR_02305

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Large CAPEX investments in the chemicals market are poised to create new greenfield and brownfield opportunities for solution providers across the value chain. Considering diverse project requirements have left end users seeking expertise and technical know-how, solution providers must develop unique go-to-market strategies to meet diverse needs. This strategic insight provides automation vendors a snapshot of the chemicals market by product type, changing business models between greenfield and brownfield projects, key projects, automation and control systems market sizing, and Frost & Sullivan’s top growth hypotheses.

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Key Findings

Market Overview and Definitions

US Chemicals Market—Product Type Revenue and Growth

CAPEX Investments in the US Chemicals Market

Chemical Value Chain Dynamics

Varying Greenfield vs. Brownfield Requirements

Investments (Partial Listing) by Companies and Types

Case Examples—Greenfield Projects

Case Examples—Brownfield Projects

Automation and Control Systems (ACS) Sizing and Competitive Landscape

Top 4 Growth Hypotheses

Growth Hypothesis 1—Strategic Alliances with EPC Firms

Growth Hypothesis 2—MAC and MIC

Growth Hypothesis 3—Strategic Alliances with System Integrators

Growth Hypothesis 4—FEED Capabilities and Integrated Solutions Approach

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The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Large CAPEX investments in the chemicals market are poised to create new greenfield and brownfield opportunities for solution providers across the value chain. Considering diverse project requirements have left end users seeking expertise and technical know-how, solution providers must develop unique go-to-market strategies to meet diverse needs. This strategic insight provides automation vendors a snapshot of the chemicals market by product type, changing business models between greenfield and brownfield projects, key projects, automation and control systems market sizing, and Frost & Sullivans top growth hypotheses.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Rahul Vijayaraghavan
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number NE88-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No