Conversion of electrical energy into mechanical energy and transmitting the mechanical energy to the required application with the right power, speed and torque are critical to the operation of any industry. The market for mechanical power transmission is a highly mature and competitive market. In order to be successful, it is extremely important for companies operating in this market to understand the various growth opportunities, risks, technology trends and end-user trends.
Frost & Sullivan’s Power Transmission program covers global market assessment, market opportunities, competitive analysis, revenue forecasts, strategic insights and end-user vertical analysis for various products and solutions that are used to transmit mechanical power and torque in various process and discrete industries and in various mobile applications. The different geographical regions covered in the reports under this program include North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, CIS, Turkey, Africa, the Middle East, China, India, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia and other regions in Asia Pacific.
Our global team of industry experts continuously monitors the Power Transmission Market and closely and regularly interacts with leading multi-nationals and emerging companies operating in this space.
Key areas that the program explores are:
4) Mechanical Components Market – includes analysis of Gearbox and Gear Motor, Bearings and Couplings, Belt Drives and Chain Drives.
25 Apr 2019  |  Global
A Measurement System to Spark Companies 2 Action (C2A)—Innovation That Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
This Frost Radar analyzes the industrial electric motors market. By definition, industrial electric motors are the electric motors used specifically for industrial applications such as power generation, oil and gas, transportation, water and wastewater, metals and mining, food and beverage, buildings, data centers, logistics, and others. Traction m...
18 Jul 2019  |  Global
Growth in Industrial Investments from Key Industries and Increasing Emphasis on Improving Energy Efficiency will be the Key Market Drivers
This research presents the scenario in the global electric motors and electric drives market in 2019 including sales by different geographic regions, by different motor technologies, by different motor power ratings, drive technologies, and by major end-user industries. In addition to this, the research discusses the latest technology and business ...
17 Jan 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Manufacturing Industries Shifting Toward Low-cost Production, Coupled with Globalization of Markets, is Propelling the Consumption of Machine Tools in Asia-Pacific
Growing per-capita income of middle-class consumers has led to a rise in spending on goods. To meet the demand and grab the opportunity in the Asian market, manufacturing industries are investing in new production plants and machines. Additionally, low-cost manufacturing competitiveness such as lower labor costs, young populations, and low cost of ...
27 Jan 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Increasing Capacities of End-user Industries Coupled with a Rise in the Need for Energy Efficiency is Driving the Demand for Motors and Drives Market
The factbook covers key insights and market revenues of South East Asia and Australia-New Zealand motors and drives market. The factbook also comprises revenues segmented by sales for each country in SEA and ANZ. Countries included are Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, The Philippines, Australia and New Zealand. The other segment for the driv...
17 Feb 2020  |  North America
Growing Need for Higher Efficiency Motors, Trend of Electrification and Growth in Factory Automation are the Top Market Drivers
This research presents the forecast scenario in the North American electric motors market from 2020 to 2024 –including sales by geographic regions, motor technologies, motor power ratings and major end-user industries. Geographic segments included are the United States and Canada. Motor technologies included are AC Induction/Asynchronous motor;...
13 Jan 2016  |  Global
Growth Outlook Hinges on Mining Sector, AC Drives and LV Drives Exhibit Strong Potential
The research provides an overview on the size of Australia and New Zealand electric drives market. The research is presented in Excel format, with details by countries, product types, end users, market participants, and distribution channels. Revenue forecast is provided at regional and country level, with 2014 as the base year and with 2015 to 201...
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09 Feb 2015  |  Global
Increasing Awareness on Services such as Remote Monitoring and Asset Management Propels Growth
This research service analyses the current trends for industrial services in the European electric motor and generator market. The research includes an analysis of the key challenges and drivers/restraints affecting the market as well as their impact over time. Market estimates cover end-users, geography, and service type. A comprehensive analysis ...
16 Feb 2015  |  Europe
Connectivity and Big Data Expected to Alter Services Landscape
This research service analyses the structure of the European industrial services market for gearboxes and gear motors used in process industries. The study examines the share of different types of after-market services such as maintenance, repair, and inspection, in different end-user industries and the emerging technology trends and end-user pref...
05 Mar 2015  |  Global
Focus On Mobility And Energy Efficiency Drives The Need For Advanced Services In Europe
This research service analyses the current trends in the electric drives industrial services market. It provides an assessment of key challenges, drivers and restraints in the market, and their impact within a specific time frame is discussed. A review of market estimates in terms of end-users, geography, and product segments has also been provide...
19 Aug 2009  |  Africa
The aim of this research is to provide a strategic market overview of the South African industrial automation and process control solutions market over the period 2007 to 2015, taking 2008 as the base year.