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米国のギア業界:2013-2018年の予測

Gears (US Market & Forecast)

発行 Freedonia Group 商品コード 106537
出版日 ページ情報 英文 229 Pages
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米国のギア業界:2013-2018年の予測 Gears (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2010年01月30日 ページ情報: 英文 229 Pages

当商品の販売は、2016年07月01日を持ちまして終了しました。

概要

米国におけるギア(ギヤ)およびギアアセンブリーの需要は今後、年率4.0%で成長し、2013年には301億ドル規模になると予測されています。

当レポートでは、米国におけるギア需要の実績(1998年、2003年、2008年)と予測(2013年、2018年)を材料別、製品別、市場別に提供しており、市場環境要因、企業の市場シェアおよびプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

イントロダクション

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場環境

  • 概要
  • マクロ経済見通し
  • 製造業の見通し
  • 非住宅固定資産投資の見通し
  • 過去の市場動向
  • 価格動向
  • 技術革新
  • 世界のギア市場
  • 米国の外国貿易

第3章 材料

  • 概論
  • 金属
    • 鉄金属
    • 非鉄金属
  • プラスチック

第4章 製品

  • 概論
  • 自動車用ギアアセンブリー
    • パワートレイン用ギアアセンブリー
    • ステアリング用ギアアセンブリー
  • その他のギアアセンブリー
    • 減速・変速
    • ギアモーターおよびその他のアセンブリー
  • インディビジュアルギア

第5章 市場

  • 概論
  • 自動車
    • 産業の見通し
    • アプリケーション別、自動車のタイプ別のギア需要
    • ソース別のギア需要
  • 航空宇宙
    • 産業の見通し
    • ギア需要
  • 機械
    • 産業の見通し
    • 機械タイプ別のギア需要
    • ソース別需要
  • 海洋機器
    • 産業の見通し
    • ギア需要
  • その他の市場

第6章 産業構造

  • 概論
  • 産業構成
  • 市場シェア
  • 財務問題
  • 製品開発および製造
  • マーケティングおよび流通
  • 共同提携
  • M&A

企業プロファイル

図表

目次
Product Code: 2593

Abstract

US demand to increase 4% annually through 2013

US demand for gears and gear assemblies is forecast to increase 4.0 percent per year to $30.1 billion in 2013. This will be a considerable improvement from the less than one percent yearly growth registered during the 2003-2008 period. Gains will be supported primarily by rebounding motor vehicle production, which is forecast to advance 3.4 percent per year through 2013, a notable turnaround from the declines registered over the previous decade. Gear manufacturers will also benefit from value gains derived from product improvements and upgrades, such as transmissions with higher numbers of speeds. Greater sales opportunities will also present themselves in the relatively small but rapidly expanding wind turbine market, in which large, high-value gearboxes are required. Output in the aerospace equipment and machinery industries is expected to moderate through 2013, which will slow gear demand in those markets.

Dominant motor vehicle market to see fastest gains

The US market for gears and gear assemblies is heavily reliant on the motor vehicle industry. In 2008, over threequarters of all gear sales were motor vehicle related, despite low levels of vehicle production. Motor vehicle transmissions alone accounted for nearly half of the entire gear market in that year. As a result, US gear sales patterns tend to be closely related to the performance of the motor vehicle industry. Despite strong growth in the aerospace equipment and machinery markets, gear demand increases were sluggish during the 2003- 2008 period, as the automotive industry struggled. Through 2013, advances in gear sales will be strong as the auto market recovers, despite slowing growth in the aerospace and machinery industries.

The motor vehicle market for gears and gear assemblies is forecast to register the fastest gains of any market through 2013, advancing 4.7 percent per year to $23.8 billion. Gains will be supported by an expected rebound in production of all vehicle types, although output of light trucks and vans will be slower to recover as consumers continue to opt for smaller vehicles. Trends within the automotive industry will also support higher sales of higher-value gear products, as transmissions will generally feature more speeds, power accessories will require more gearmotors, and more cars will feature four-wheel-drive systems that require the use of differentials. Transfer case sales will also be boosted by the strong growth of medium and heavy vehicle production. However, several emerging trends in the motor vehicle industry will limit gear demand increases. Continuously variable transmissions, which do not require gears, are rapidly gaining a foothold in the automobile segment of the industry. Furthermore, steer-by-wire technology could eventually limit the use of gears in steering assemblies.

Vehicular gear assemblies to be fastest growing segment

Vehicular gear assemblies will post the strongest growth of any product category, with sales increasing 4.4 percent per year through 2013. Advances in this category will be spurred by the recovery in motor vehicle production. Increases in both the non-vehicular gear assembly and individual gear product categories will moderate from the pace registered during the 2003-2008 period. Within the individual gear category, helical and bevel gears will post the strongest gains. Helical gears will continue to displace spur gears in a number of applications, while bevel gear manufacturers will continue to take advantage of high-value sales opportunities in the aerospace market.

Study coverage

Gears, a new Freedonia industry study, presents historical demand data (1998, 2003, 2008) plus forecasts for 2013 and 2018 by material, product and market. The study also considers market environment factors, details company market share and profiles 33 industry competitors.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Macroeconomic Environment
  • Manufacturing Outlook
  • Nonresidential Fixed Investment Outlook
  • Historical Market Trends
  • Pricing Trends
  • Technological Innovations
  • World Gear Market
  • US Foreign Trade
    • US Imports
    • US Exports

III. MATERIALS

  • General
  • Metals
    • Ferrous Metals
    • Nonferrous Metals
  • Plastic

IV. PRODUCTS

  • General
  • Vehicular Gear Assemblies
    • Powertrain Gear Assemblies
    • Steering Gear Assemblies
  • Other Gear Assemblies
    • Speed Reducers & Changers
      • Helical
      • Bevel
      • Spur
      • Other
    • Gearmotors & Other Assemblies
      • Helical
      • Bevel
      • Spur
      • Worm & Other
  • Individual Gears
    • Helical
    • Bevel
    • Spur
    • Other

V. MARKETS

  • General
    • Demand by Market
    • Demand by Source
  • Motor Vehicles
    • Industry Outlook
    • Gear Demand by Application & Vehicle Type
      • Transmissions
      • Driveline Components
      • Steering Equipment
      • Accessories & Other Gear Applications
    • Gear Demand by Source
      • OEM
      • Aftermarket
  • Aerospace Equipment
    • Industry Outlook
    • Gear Demand
  • Machinery
    • Industry Outlook
    • Gear Demand by Machinery Type
      • Agricultural Equipment
      • Construction Equipment
      • Industrial Trucks & Tractors
      • Process Manufacturing Machinery
      • Material Handling Equipment
      • Mining Equipment
      • Other Machinery
    • Demand by Source
  • Marine Equipment
    • Industry Outlook
    • Gear Demand
  • Other Markets

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Industry Composition
  • Market Share
    • General Motors
    • Ford
    • Eaton
    • Chrysler
    • Honda
    • American Axle & Manufacturing
    • Allison Transmission
    • Aisin Seiki
    • Other Suppliers
  • Financial Issues
  • Product Development & Manufacturing
  • Marketing & Distribution
  • Cooperative Agreements
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

COMPANY PROFILES

  • Aisin Seiki Company Limited
  • Allison Transmission Incorporated
  • Altra Industrial Motion Incorporated
  • American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Incorporated
  • ArvinMeritor Incorporated
  • Baldor Electric Company
  • BorgWarner Incorporated
  • Bosch (Robert) GmbH
  • Boston Gear, see Altra Industrial Motion
  • Browning, see Emerson Electric
  • Caterpillar Incorporated
  • Chrysler Group LLC
  • Clyde Blowers Limited
  • Daimler AG
  • Dana Holding Corporation
  • David Brown Gear Systems, see Clyde Blowers
  • Deere & Company
  • Delphi Corporation
  • Detroit Diesel, see Daimler
  • Durst, see Regal-Beloit
  • Eaton Corporation
  • Emerson Electric Company
  • Ford Motor Company
  • General Motors Company
  • Grove Gear/Electra-Gear, see Regal-Beloit
  • Honda Motor Company Limited
  • Horsburgh & Scott Company
  • Hub City/Foote Jones, see Regal-Beloit
  • Huco Engineering Industries, see Altra Industrial Motion
  • Joy Global Incorporated
  • Leeson Electric, see Regal-Beloit
  • Linamar Corporation
  • Magna International Incorporated
  • Morse Industrial, see Emerson Electric
  • Nexteer Automotive, see General Motors
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Nuttall Gear, see Altra Industrial Motion
  • OC Oerlikon Management AG
  • Regal-Beloit Corporation
  • Rexnord LLC
  • Richmond Gear/Velvet Drive, see Regal-Beloit
  • Sypris Solutions Incorporated
  • Textron Incorporated
  • Toyota Motor Corporation
  • TRW Automotive Holdings Corporation
  • Visteon Corporation
  • WM Berg, see Rexnord
  • Xtek Incorporated
  • ZF Friedrichshafen AG
  • Additional Companies

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Macroeconomic Indicators
  • 2 Manufacturers' Shipments
  • 3 Nonresidential Fixed Investment
  • 4 Gear Market, 1998-2008
  • 5 Gear Price Deflators
  • 6 World Gear Demand by Region
  • 7 US Foreign Trade in Gears
  • 8 US Gear Imports by Source
  • 9 US Gear Exports by Destination

SECTION III -- MATERIALS

  • 1 Gear Demand by Material
  • 2 Ferrous Metal Gear Demand by Product
  • 3 Nonferrous Metal Gear Demand by Product
  • 4 Plastic Gear Demand by Product

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • 1 Gear Supply & Demand
  • 2 Vehicular Gear Assembly Supply & Demand
  • 3 Powertrain Gear Assembly Demand
  • 4 Steering Gear Assembly Demand
  • 5 Other Gear Assembly Supply & Demand
  • 6 Speed Reducer/Changer Demand
  • 7 Gearmotor & Other Assembly Demand
  • 8 Individual Gear Supply & Demand
  • 9 Individual Helical Gear Demand
  • 10 Individual Bevel Gear Demand
  • 11 Individual Spur Gear Demand
  • 12 Other Individual Gear Demand

SECTION V -- MARKETS

  • 1 Gear Demand by Market & Source
  • 2 Motor Vehicle Industry Outlook
  • 3 Motor Vehicle Gear Demand by Application & Vehicle Type
  • 4 Motor Vehicle Transmission Gear Demand
  • 5 Motor Vehicle Driveline Gear Demand
  • 6 Motor Vehicle Steering Gear Demand
  • 7 Motor Vehicle Accessory & Other Gear Demand
  • 8 Motor Vehicle Gear Demand by Source
  • 9 Motor Vehicle OEM Gear Demand by Supplier & Vehicle Type
  • 10 Motor Vehicle Aftermarket Gear Demand by Vehicle Type
  • 11 Aerospace Equipment Shipments
  • 12 Aerospace Gear Demand
  • 13 Machinery Shipments by Type
  • 14 Gear Demand by Machinery Type
  • 15 Agricultural Equipment Gear Demand
  • 16 Construction Equipment Gear Demand
  • 17 Industrial Truck & Tractor Gear Demand
  • 18 Process Manufacturing Machinery Gear Demand
  • 19 Material Handling Equipment Gear Demand
  • 20 Mining Equipment Gear Demand
  • 21 Other Machinery Gear Demand
  • 22 Machinery Gear Demand by Source
  • 23 Marine Equipment Shipments
  • 24 Marine Gear Demand
  • 25 Other Markets Gear Demand

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 Gear Sales by Company, 2008
  • 2 Composite Financial Ratios: Selected Gear Manufacturers
  • 3 Selected Cooperative Agreements
  • 4 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Gear Market, 1999-2008
  • 2 Gear Pricing, 1998-2018
  • 3 World Gear Demand, 2008
  • 4 US Gear Imports by Source, 2008
  • 5 US Gear Exports by Destination, 2008

SECTION III -- MATERIALS

  • 1 Gear Demand by Material, 2008

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • 1 Gear Shipments by Product Type, 1998-2018
  • 2 Individual Gear Demand by Product, 2008

SECTION V -- MARKETS

  • 1 Gear Demand by Market, 2008
  • 2 Gear Demand by Source, 2008
  • 3 Motor Vehicle Gear Demand by Application, 2008

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Gear Market Share by Company, 2008
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