Strategic and Competitive Analysis of the Global Rail Markets

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The rail industry worldwide is gearing up for a phase of change. Year 2005 witnessed a revolution in telecommunication within the rail sector with emerging technologies. Liberalization of the rail sector and advancement in technology will serve as the accelerator for growth in the world rail market. Be it an augmented demand for rolling stocks in the Asia Pacific region or the growing requirement for services in the European or North America; the rail industry is displaying radical changes.

In the coming years the trio Bombardier, Alstom, Siemens would continue to lead the market, though there would be suppliers in specialized segments.

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Strategic and Competitive Analysis of the Global Rail Markets, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewIntroduction and Research ContentBackground & Research MethodologyDefinitions and AssumptionsResearch FindingsGlobal Rail Market Size and ForecastCompetitive AnalysisStrategic Conclusions and RecommendationsStrategic and Competitive Analysis of the Global Rail Markets, Global Rail MarketGlobal Rail MarketMarket OverviewMarket SegmentationProduct SegmentationRoadmap for the Global Rail MarketMarket Drivers, Restraints and Industry ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsIndustry ChallengesMarket Engineering MeasurementsTotal Market Size and ForecastsMarket Analysis by Geographic RegionMarket Breakdown by Product TypeMarket Breakdown by Product TypeStrategic ConclusionsStrategic ConclusionsStrategic and Competitive Analysis of the Global Rail Markets, Competitive AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisTotal Market Share AnalysisMarket Share by Product SegmentMarket Share by RegionOverview of Key Companies in the Global Rail MarketOverview of Key Companies in the Global Rail MarketStrategic and Competitive Analysis of the Global Rail Markets, Comparative Analysis of Key Companies in the Global Rail MarketAlstomIntroduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusionsAnsaldoIntroduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusions BombardierIntroduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusions General Electric Rail SystemsIntroduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusions Siemens Introduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusions ToshibaIntroduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusions HitachiIntroduction and Company OverviewCompetitive InformationGroup StructureKey Manufacturing FacilitiesGeographic CoverageMajor Contracts and CustomersMajor Strategic Cooperation and NewsSWOT Analysis and Competitive AdvantageConclusions Key Players on the BlockKawasakiRotemCAFStadlerTransmash HoldingsChina Northern Locomotive & Rolling Stock Industry CorporationVosslohStrategic and Competitive Analysis of the Global Rail Markets, Strategic Conclusions and RecommendationsStrategic ConclusionsStrategic ConclusionsStrategic RecommendationsStrategic Recommendations




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