Strategic Outlook of the Global Pumps Market, 2020

Strategic Outlook of the Global Pumps Market, 2020

Covid-19, the Unforeseen Pandemic, Disrupting Manufacturing Activity with Signs of Economic Crisis; a Phase to Explore New Business Models for Pump Manufacturers

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08-May-2020
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Global
Research Code: K4B1-01-00-00-00
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This research service covers the global opportunities in 2020 for pump companies in the top 3 end-user industry segments (water and wastewater, food and beverages, and construction). It offers regional analysis of how economic factors will impact the market. Opportunities in all end-user industry applications for pump manufacturers are highlighted, including oil and gas (O&G; upstream, midstream, and downstream), power generation, chemicals, water and wastewater, construction, food and beverages, metals and mining, and pharmaceuticals. Global economic changes and the impact on end-user industry trends and aftermarket services are detailed as well.

Top Predictions for 2020:
• The outbreak of coronavirus in China starting from January 2020 has shaken the global economy, leading to temporary closure of manufacturing facilities and emergency lockdown. The alarming spread of the virus across 195 countries with Europe (Italy and Spain) and the US being the worst affected and having highest fatality rate raises concern on the virus containment. The whole of 2020 is likely to remain gloomy, affecting the investment sentiment until the vaccine development and decline in the number of infected individuals.
• 2020 began with signs of economic slowdown and the worst hit, with COVID-19, pandemic virus, hurting business sentiment and investor confidence. Price war between the oil rich nations peaked with Saudi Arabia’s announcement of oil price cut by $3 per barrel in March 2020. The oil prices crashed with WTI reaching the lowest ever in the last decade at $20.8 per barrel. Russia and Saudi Arabia’s disagreement with OPEC’s production cut and prevalence of COVID-19 are likely to result in oil price instability in 2020.
• Plant maintenance continues to be key area of focus for end users, with capital allocation toward asset services and aftermarket needs. Services that include programs enhancing pump reliability and minimizing the scope of unexpected failure will continue to gain traction in 2020 with settlement of economic conditions. Water and wastewater, chemicals, and O&G are expected to be the main adopters of pump monitoring solutions.
• Market consolidation through mergers and acquisitions is expected to be a pivotal factor to increase market share and presence of pump OEMs. Several large transactions have been observed in 2019; this includes Ingersoll Rand and Gardner Denver merger, Weir’s divestment of flow control division, acquisition of Sundyne by Warburg Pincus investment firm. Owing to market maturity and competition, innovative and strategic perspectives on collaboration and consolidation will be necessary to drive long-term growth of larger market participants in the high-growth markets.


Research Highlights

The study outlines the latest trends in terms of industry, economy, and technology across the top 3 industry segments for centrifugal and positive displacement (PD) pumps across the globe. Geographic segmentation includes North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. The study period is 2019 to 2020. The study concludes with a competitive analysis of top pump participants and elaborates on their strengths and weaknesses in 2019.

Key Conclusions

  • The year 2020 for the global pumps market is expected to decline with nearly flat market prospects for both new orders and aftermarket services. Asia-Pacific and North America with higher investment activity are likely to be affected where active and new projects are expected to come to standstill.
  • Key end-user industries that include water and wastewater, O&G, and chemical that contributed to 2019 growth in pump revenue are all expected remain passive due to the prevalence of economic uncertainty in 2020.
  • Pump manufacturers to remain on the quest to redefine their business models and focus on positioning themselves as pumps-as-a-service. This enables pump manufacturers to unlock revenue streams and hold competitive edge in the market.

Author: Kiravani Emani

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Table of Contents

Key Highlights of 2019—Overview of Pumps Market Landscape

Bold Predictions for 2020

Market Revenue—2019 and 2020

Revenue Forecast by Pump Type and Region

Revenue Forecast by End-user Industry

Research Scope

Definitions

Market Definitions

Market Segmentation

Global Economy in 2019—Top Trends

Covid-19 Global Economic Impact—Visioning Scenarios

Global, Advanced, and Emerging Markets Growth

Global Economic Outlook 2020—Top 5 Predictions

Global Economic Outlook 2020—Top 5 Predictions (continued)

2020 World GDP Growth Snapshot

Major Economies—Key Predictions for 2020

Covid-19—Global War Against Virus

Impact of Economic Crisis on Manufacturing Landscape

Overview of the 2020 Pumps Market Landscape

Market Revenue of Global Centrifugal Pumps

Market Revenue of Global PD Pumps

Market Growth Rate Forecast Scenarios

Forecast Scenario Discussion

Unconventional O&G Cost and Its Impact

Oil Demand and Supply Forecast

O&G Outlook

O&G Outlook—Capital Spending Trend

Global Pumps Market Revenue from O&G—2019 and 2020

Power Generation—Key Trends

Power Generation—Investment Trends

Power Generation Outlook—Power Generation Capacity

Global Pumps Market Revenue from Power Generation—2019 and 2020

Mining Industry Outlook—Market Trends 2020

Mining Industry Outlook—CAPEX in the Mining Industry

Mining Industry Outlook—Digital Transformation in the Mining Industry

Global Pumps Market Revenue from Mining—2019 and 2020

Chemicals Industry Outlook—Bulk and Specialty Chemicals Boom

Chemicals Industry Outlook—Market Trends 2020

Growth and Impact of China in the Long Term

Chemicals Industry Outlook—Market Consolidation

Global Pumps Market Revenue from Chemicals—2019 and 2020

WWW Industry Outlook—Challenges and Growth Opportunities

WWW Industry Outlook—Digital Transformation

WWW Industry Outlook—Investment in WWW

Global Pumps Market Revenue from WWW—2019 and 2020

F&B Outlook—Market Trends and Need for Digital Transformation

F&B Outlook—Disruptive Innovations in the Food Industry

F&B Outlook—Adoption of IIoT and Key Trends

Global Pumps Market Revenue from F&B—2019 and 2020

Construction Outlook—Smart Cities Around the World

Construction Outlook—Challenges

Global Pumps Market Revenue from Construction—2019 and 2020

Market Share of Top 10 Participants—Global Pumps Market

Competitive Landscape of Manufacturers—Total Pumps Market

Top Trends for 2019 and Beyond and Their Potential Implications on Technology Innovation

Adoption and Penetration of Technologies

Pump Services—Level of Engagement

Pump—Key Technology Trends to Watch

Role of Cognitive Analytics in the Pumps Market

5 Major Growth Opportunities

Growth Opportunity 1—Energy-efficient Pumps

Growth Opportunity 2—Pump Real-time Monitoring

Growth Opportunity 3—New Business Models

Growth Opportunity 4—Industrial Mobility

Growth Opportunity 5—Pump Analytics

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Impact of Industry Mega Trends on the Global Pumps Market

Mega Trend Impact on the Global Pumps Market

Mega Trends Explained

Mega Trends Explained (continued)

Key Conclusions and 2020 Outlook

The Last Word—Three Big Predictions for 2020

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

End-user Investment Outlook, Global, 2020

Market Engineering Methodology

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This research service covers the global opportunities in 2020 for pump companies in the top 3 end-user industry segments (water and wastewater, food and beverages, and construction). It offers regional analysis of how economic factors will impact the market. Opportunities in all end-user industry applications for pump manufacturers are highlighted, including oil and gas (O&G; upstream, midstream, and downstream), power generation, chemicals, water and wastewater, construction, food and beverages, metals and mining, and pharmaceuticals. Global economic changes and the impact on end-user industry trends and aftermarket services are detailed as well. Top Predictions for 2020: • The outbreak of coronavirus in China starting from January 2020 has shaken the global economy, leading to temporary closure of manufacturing facilities and emergency lockdown. The alarming spread of the virus across 195 countries with Europe (Italy and Spain) and the US being the worst affected and having highest fatality rate raises concern on the virus containment. The whole of 2020 is likely to remain gloomy, affecting the investment sentiment until the vaccine development and decline in the number of infected individuals. • 2020 began with signs of economic slowdown and the worst hit, with COVID-19, pandemic virus, hurting business sentiment and investor confidence. Price war between the oil rich nations peaked with Saudi Arabia’s announcement of oil price cut by $3 per barrel in March 2020. The oil prices crashed with WTI reaching the lowest ever in the last decade at $20.8 per barrel. Russia and Saudi Arabia’s disagreement with OPEC’s production cut and prevalence of COVID-19 are likely to result in oil price instability in 2020. • Plant maintenance continues to be key area of focus for end users, with capital allocation toward asset services and aftermarket needs. Services that include programs enhancing pump reliability and minimizing the scope of unexpected failure will continue to gain traction in 2020 with settlement of economic conditions. Water and wastewater, chemicals, and O&G are expected to be the main adopters of pump monitoring solutions. • Market consolidation through mergers and acquisitions is expected to be a pivotal factor to increase market share and presence of pump OEMs. Several large transactions have been observed in 2019; this includes Ingersoll Rand and Gardner Denver merger, Weir’s divestment of flow control division, acquisition of Sundyne by Warburg Pincus investment firm. Owing to market maturity and competition, innovative and strategic perspectives on collaboration and consolidation will be necessary to drive long-term growth of larger market participants in the high-growth markets.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Highlights

The study outlines the latest trends in terms of industry, economy, and technology across the top 3 industry segments for centrifugal and positive displacement (PD) pumps across the globe. Geographic segmentation includes North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. The study period is 2019 to 2020. The study concludes with a competitive analysis of top pump participants and elaborates on their strengths and weaknesses in 2019.

Key Conclusions

  • The year 2020 for the global pumps market is expected to decline with nearly flat market prospects for both new orders and aftermarket services. Asia-Pacific and North America with higher investment activity are likely to be affected where active and new projects are expected to come to standstill.
  • Key end-user industries that include water and wastewater, O&G, and chemical that contributed to 2019 growth in pump revenue are all expected remain passive due to the prevalence of economic uncertainty in 2020.
  • Pump manufacturers to remain on the quest to redefine their business models and focus on positioning themselves as pum
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