Water & Wastewater Treatment in the Food Industry


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Revealing discovery of the characteristics of water and wastewater treatment customers in the food industry. This complete demand analysis includes industrial sector requirements for on-site treatment; purchasing behaviour and supplier selection criteria; market revenues, opportunities and threats; supply, distribution and contractual demands; investments and expenditure levels; nature and state of on-site treatment facilities; breakdown of treatment equipment trends; supplier ratings and brand awareness levels; competitive positions and strategic conclusions.

Table of Contents

Water & Wastewater Treatment in the Food IndustryIntroduction and Market ProspectsContent and DefinitionsSector OverviewMarket ForecastsKey Industry End-usersStrategic ConclusionsKey FindingsProduct Life Cycle AnalysisCritical Success FactorsSWOT AnalysisCompetitive Structure AnalysisProfile of Demand RequirementsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemDrivers of DemandRestraints of DemandSub-Segments and Regional ComparisonOn-site Water and Wastewater Treatment AnalysisWater and Wastewater VolumesOn-site Treatment PlantsAge of On-site TreatmentWater Quality and Effluent LimitsWater Sources and RecyclingTrends by Water Treatment TechnologyTrends by Wastewater Treatment TechnologiesCustomer SatisfactionStrengths and Weaknesses of SupplyOverall Satisfaction with SuppliersSatisfaction with Supplier FactorsSatisfaction with PriceSatisfaction with Customer ServiceSatisfaction with Product QualitySatisfaction with FunctionalitySatisfaction with Added ServicesSatisfaction with ReliabilitySatisfaction with Delivery TimePurchasing BehaviourKey Investment DecisionsKey Purchasing CriteriaProduct and Service Related CriteriaReliability CriteriaOutput Quality CriteriaTreatment Efficiency CriteriaSafety CriteriaSize CriteriaLife Span CriteriaInvestment and Operation Cost CriteriaDelivery Time CriteriaAfter Sales Service CriteriaProduct Training CriteriaLegislative Compliance CriteriaSupplier SelectionMarket Penetration by SupplierSupplier Selection CriteriaBrand Name CriteriaProduct Range CriteriaIndustry Experience CriteriaQuality of Service Criteriae-Commerce CriteriaAccount Management CriteriaNew Products CriteriaProximity CriteriaSupplier Information UtilityUtility of Reference ListsUtility of Company ReputationUtility of Marketing PromotionUtility of Trade FairsPreference of Supplier TypesCustomer LoyaltyDistribution DemandsContractual RequirementsReplacement ContractsProject Completion TimeComponent Delivery TimePerception of SuppliersKey PerceptionsPerception of Leading SuppliersBrand Awareness LevelsSupplier Performance RatingsCompetitive Supply PositionInnovative and Responsive StrategiesInvestment TrendsTotal Investment LevelsForms of Investment

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