Welding Consumables Market U.S. Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2017 -2023

Apr 2018| TMR500A| Transparency

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U.S. Welding Consumables Market: Overview

Transparency Market Research’s new publication presents a 6-year forecast of the U.S. welding consumables market for the 2017-2023 forecast timeframe. The report analyzes and forecasts the welding consumables market in the U.S. in terms of revenue (in US$ Mn) and volume (in Kilo tons).

The study looks into several drivers and restraints of the welding consumables market in the U.S. along with their impact on growth of the said market during the forecast period. The study also examines opportunities in the U.S. welding consumables market through the 2017-2023 forecast period. By and large, the report provides details about veritable aspects such as growth trends and product developments that could influence the growth of the U.S. welding consumables market through 2023.

The report covers detailed value chain analysis to provide a comprehensive view of the welding consumables market. It also includes analysis of Porter’s Five Forces model for welding consumables to assess the competitive landscape of the welding consumables market in the U.S.

U.S. Welding Consumables Market: Report Highlights

The research report provides a near-conclusive analysis of the U.S. welding consumables market by segmenting in terms of product and end-use. Product and end-use segments have been analyzed for past and current trends based on which their growth behavior in the future have been analyzed.

The report includes a detailed competitive dashboard, including market share and competitive positioning of key players. A detailed competitive profile of each of the players along with insights into their winning strategies is provided herein. Key companies profiled in the report include The Lincoln Electric Company, Illinois Tool Works Inc., The Linde Group, Air Liquide S.A., ESAB, voestalpine Böhler Welding GmbH, Hyundai Welding Co. Ltd., Hilarius Haarlem Holland B.V., Welding Alloys Group, Kobe Steel Ltd., and Kiswel Inc.

U.S. Welding Consumables Market: Research Methodology

The making of the report involved an extensive research phase. The combination of primary and secondary research phase have proven to be the most effective, reliable, and successful approach to obtain precise market data, along with a know-how of industry participants’ insights, and understanding of business opportunities.

The primary research phase in the making of the report comprised conducted in-depth interviews and discussions with a wide range of key industry experts and opinion leaders. Primary research represents majority of research efforts combined with an elaborate secondary research phase.

The secondary research phase involved reviewing key players’ annual reports, product literature, press releases, and trade documents. In addition, trade journals, industry business publications, internet sources, government websites, and trade associations were reached out in the secondary research phase.

Secondary sources reached out in the making of the report include ICIS, Factiva, World Steel Association, U.S. Energy Information Administration, Welding Web Forum, and America Welding Society.

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