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世界における鉄道業界の事業計画:調達、投資、業界トレンド

What The Global Rail Industry Is Planning In 2010-2011: Procurement, Investment & Industry Trends Outlook

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世界における鉄道業界の事業計画:調達、投資、業界トレンド What The Global Rail Industry Is Planning In 2010-2011: Procurement, Investment & Industry Trends Outlook
出版日: 2010年10月19日 ページ情報: 英文 140 Pages

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概要

当レポートは、企業の幹部などを対象とした調査に基づき、世界の鉄道業界におけるバイヤーの支出行動、調達行動や戦略、鉄道業界が直面する脅威とビジネスチャンス、不透明な経済情勢が業界に及ぼす影響などを分析したもので、事業面のさまざまな脅威や不測の事態に対する対応策の提言なども盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 イントロダクション

  • 回答者のプロファイル

第3章 業界の動向

  • 鉄道業界の収益拡大見通し
  • 競合構造の今後の展開
  • 合併と買収の見通し

第4章 鉄道市場の成長に関する展望

  • 各国の鉄道業界における成長予測
  • 業界区分別の成長予測

第5章 鉄道業界にとっての脅威と可能性

  • 2010〜2011年の事業面の主な懸念材料
  • 事業面の脅威を克服するための主な対策:コスト管理
  • 事業面の脅威を克服するための主な対策:売上拡大
  • 顧客維持/獲得のためサプライヤーが実施すべき対策

第6章 鉄道業界におけるバイヤーの支出行動

  • 年間調達予算
  • 調達コスト節減目標
  • 計画されている調達支出の変更
  • 計画されている調達支出の変更(製品/サービス分野別)

第7章 調達行動と戦略

  • サプライヤーの選定を成功させるための重要な要因
  • 今後予想される調達目標の変更
  • 調達戦略のなかで将来の価値創造につながる分野
  • サプライヤーの側で生じる問題への対応策と事業継続の維持
  • 不測の事態に対応するための計画

第8章 付録

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Product Code: ICDR1054

Abstract

Scope:
* Opinions and forward looking statements of over 940 industry executives are captured in our in-depth survey, of which over 45% represent Directors, C-levels & Departmental Heads
* Analysis on buyer spend, procurement and industry developments by train manufacturers, railway infrastructure developers and industry suppliers worldwide
* Key topics include buyer spend activity, procurement behaviors & strategies, threats & opportunities for the rail industry and how these have been affected by the economic uncertainty
* In the report buyers identify what suppliers need to do to maintain their business and the key actions being taken by industry players to overcome the leading business threats
* The research is based on primary survey research conducted by ICD Research accessing its B2B panels comprised of senior purchase decision makers and leading supplier organizations
* The geographical scope of the research is global - drawing on the activity and expectations of leading industry players across the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa & Middle East

Reasons to Buy:
* Drive revenues by understanding future product investment areas and growth regions by leading industry players
* Formulate effective sales & marketing strategies by identifying how buyer budgets are changing and where spend will be directed to in the future
* Better promote your business by aligning your capabilities and business practices with your customers’ changing needs during these times of market uncertainty
* Secure stronger customer relationships by understanding the leading business concerns and changing strategies of buyers in the rail industry
* Predict how the industry will grow, consolidate and where it will stagnate
* Uncover the business outlook, key challenges and opportunities identified by suppliers and buyers in the industry

* The majority of industry respondents identified India, China and Brazil to be the fastest growing markets in the next 12 months among emerging markets due to favorable economic conditions, increased domestic consumption, demand for freight transport, increasing passenger growth and expansion of rail networks.
* The majority of rail companies will be increasing procurement spend over the next 12 months. The average size of the global, annual procurement budgets in 2009-2010 among rail equipment / train and carriage manufacturer and rail infrastructure developer and planner companies is US$98m.
* 43% of rail industry buyers agree that in order to maintain and win their business, suppliers will have to provide innovative products

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary
Chapter 2: Introduction
Heading: Profile Of Survey Respondents
Chapter 3: Industry Dynamics
Heading: Revenue Growth Expectations In The Rail Industry
Heading: Future Developments In Competitive Structure In The Industry
Heading: Merger And Acquisition Activity Predictions
Chapter 4: Rail Market Growth Outlook
Heading: Regional Growth Forecasts In The Rail Industry By Country
Heading: Market Growth Forecasts By Industry Sector
Chapter 5: Threats And Opportunities For The Rail Industry
Heading: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2010-2011
Heading: Key Actions To Overcome Business Threats: Cost Management
Heading: Key Actions To Overcome Business Threats: Driving Sales
Heading: Key Supplier Actions To Maintain And Win Buyer Business
Chapter 6: Rail Industry Buyer Spend Activity
Heading: Annual Procurement Budgets: Rail Industry
Heading: Procurement Cost Saving Targets In The Rail Industry
Heading: Planned Change In Procurement Spend
Heading: Planned Change In Procurement Spend By Product And Service Category
Chapter 7: Procurement Behaviors And Strategies
Heading: Critical Success Factors For Supplier Selection
Heading: Expected Future Changes In Procurement Objectives
Heading: Areas Of Future Value Creation In Procurement Strategy
Heading: Mitigating Supplier Failure And Maintaining Business Continuity
Heading: Planning Against Business Supply Contingencies
Chapter 8: Appendix


Table 1: Count Of Global Rail Industry Survey Respondents By Company Type (Number Of Respondents), 2010 Industry Survey
Table 2: Buyer Respondents By Job Role (% Buyer Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 3: Buyer Respondents By Organization' s Global Turnover (% Buyer Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 4: Buyer Respondents By Organization' s Total Employee Size (% Buyer Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 5: Buyer Respondents By Region (% Buyer Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 6: Supplier Respondents By Job Role (% Supplier Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 7: Supplier Respondents By Organization' s Global Turnover (% Supplier Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 8: Supplier Respondents By Organization' s Total Employee Size (% Supplier Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 9: Supplier Respondents By Region (% Supplier Respondents), Global Rail Industry, 2010
Table 10: Company Revenue Growth Optimism Trend By Global Rail Industry Company Type: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturers, Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planners, Outsourcing And Support Service Companies, Material Manufacturer / MRO Companies (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 11: Company Revenue Growth Optimism Trend In The Global Rail Industry By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of The World (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 12: Company Revenue Growth Optimism In The Global Rail Industry By Turnover (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 13: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Table 14: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Table 15: Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Respondents), 2010
Table 16: Outsourcing And Support Service Company Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Outsourcing And Support Service Company Respondents), 2010
Table 17: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Table 18: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Table 19: Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Respondents), 2010
Table 20: Outsourcing And Support Service Company Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Outsourcing And Support Service Company Respondents), 2010
Table 21: Rail Industry Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of The World (% ' Very Strong Growth' And ' Strong Growth' Combined, All Respondents), 2010
Table 22: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Vs. Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Vs. Outsourcing And Support Service Company: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2010-2011 Among Global Rail Industry Buyers And Suppliers (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 23: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2010-2011 Among Global Rail Industry Buyers And Suppliers By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of The World (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 24: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2010-2011 Among Global Rail Industry Buyers And Suppliers By Company Turnover (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 25: Most Important Actions Being Implemented To Facilitate Cost Containment In 2010-2011 In The Global Rail Industry (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 26: Most Important Actions Being Implemented To Facilitate Cost Containment In 2010-2011 In The Global Rail Industry - Senior Level Responses Only (% Coe/Mad/Board Level Respondents), 2010
Table 27: Most Important Actions Being Implemented To Facilitate Cost Containment In 2010-2011 In The Global Rail Industry: Buyer Vs. Supplier Comparison (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 28: Most Important Actions Being Implemented For Driving Sales To Overcome Present Business Challenges In 2010-2011 In The Global Rail Industry (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 29: Most Important Actions Being Implemented For Driving Sales To Overcome Present Business Challenges In 2010-2011 In The Global Rail Industry - Senior Level Responses Only (% Coe/Mad/Board Level Respondents), 2010
Table 30: Most Important Actions Being Implemented For Driving Sales To Overcome Present Business Challenges In 2010-2011 In The Global Rail Industry: Buyer Vs. Supplier Comparison (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 31: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Supplier Responses Vs. All Buyer Responses (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 32: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 33: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Analysis Of Buyer Respondents By Company Turnover (% Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 34: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Procurement Budget (% Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 35: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Region (% Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 36: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Purchasing Decision Seniority (% Buyer Respondents With Purchasing Decision Influence), 2010
Table 37: Annual Procurement Budgets In Us$ In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 38: Annual Procurement Budgets In Us$ In The Global Rail Industry By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 39: Annual Procurement Budgets In Us$ In The Global Rail Industry By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 40: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 41: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011 By Company Turnover: (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 42: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011 By Region: (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 43: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011 By Leading Business Concern (Cost Containment): (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 44: Expected Change In Total Procurement Spend In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents) 2010
Table 45: Expected Change In Total Procurement Spend In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 46: Expected Change In Total Procurement Spend In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 47: Proportion Of Industry Players Planning to Increase or Decrease Planned Spend Level in 2010: Global Rail Industry Comparison Vs. Other Industries (% All Respondents), 2010
Table 48: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer - Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Table 49: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner - Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Table 50: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Rail Industry Supplier: Buyer Vs. Supplier Comparison (% All Respondents), Global, 2010
Table 51: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Rail Industry Supplier: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Comparison (% All Buyer Respondents), Global, 2010
Table 52: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Attitudes And Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices: Level Of Agreement To The Following Statement (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Table 53: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Attitudes And Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices: Level Of Agreement To The Following Statement (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Table 54: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 55: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business: All Buyers By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 56: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business: All Buyers By Purchasing Decision Seniority (% All Buyer Respondents Purchasing Decision Influence), 2010
Table 57: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business: All Buyers By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 58: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Attitudes And Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices: Level Of Agreement To The Following 3 Statements (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Table 59: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Attitudes And Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices: Level Of Agreement To The Following 3 Statements (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Table 60: Critical Strategies Adopted By Buyers To Ensure Business Continuity In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 61: Critical Strategies Adopted By Buyers To Ensure Business Continuity In The Global Rail Industry By Company Turnover: (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 62: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Attitudes And Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices: Level Of Agreement To The Following Statement (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Table 63: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Attitudes And Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices: Level Of Agreement To The Following Statement (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Table 64: Actions Undertaken By Buyers To Survive Product/Service Inflation And/Or Supply Shortages In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 65: Actions Undertaken By Buyers To Survive Product/Service Inflation And/Or Supply Shortages In The Global Rail Industry By Company Turnover: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Table 66: Survey Results - Closed Questions



Figure 1: Company Revenue Growth Optimism Trend In The Global Rail Industry (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 2: Company Revenue Growth Optimism Trend By Global Rail Industry Company Type: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturers, Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planners, Outsourcing And Support Service Companies, Material Manufacturer / MRO Companies (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 3: Company Revenue Growth Optimism Trend In The Global Rail Industry By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of The World (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 4: Company Revenue Growth Optimism In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months: Cross-Industry Comparison (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 5: Key Expected Changes In Business Structure In The Global Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Industry (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Figure 6: Key Expected Changes In Business Structure In The Global Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Industry (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Figure 7: Key Expected Changes In Business Structure In The Global Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Industry (% Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Respondents), 2010
Figure 8: Key Expected Changes In Business Structure In The Global Outsourcing And Support Service Company Industry (% Outsourcing And Support Service Company Respondents), 2010
Figure 9: Merger And Acquisition Activity Expectations Over The Next 12 Months In The Global Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Industry (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Industry Respondents), 2010
Figure 10: Merger And Acquisition Activity Expectations Over The Next 12 Months In The Global Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Industry (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Industry Respondents), 2010
Figure 11: Merger And Acquisition Activity Expectations Over The Next 12 Months In The Global Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Industry (% Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Industry Respondents), 2010
Figure 12: Merger And Acquisition Activity Expectations Over The Next 12 Months In The Global Outsourcing And Support Service Company Industry (% Outsourcing And Support Service Company Industry Respondents), 2010
Figure 13: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Figure 14: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Figure 15: Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Respondents), 2010
Figure 16: Outsourcing And Support Service Company Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Outsourcing And Support Service Company Respondents), 2010
Figure 17: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Figure 18: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Figure 19: Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Respondents), 2010
Figure 20: Outsourcing And Support Service Company Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors (% Outsourcing And Support Service Company Respondents), 2010
Figure 21: Rail Industry Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Industry Sectors By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of The World (% ' Very Strong Growth' And ' Strong Growth' Combined, All Respondents), 2010
Figure 22: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2010-2011 Among Global Rail Industry Buyers And Suppliers (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 23: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Vs. Material Manufacturer / MRO Company Vs. Outsourcing And Support Service Company: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2010-2011 Among Global Rail Industry Buyers And Suppliers (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 24: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Supplier Responses Vs. All Buyer Responses (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 25: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 26: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business In The Global Rail Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Region (% Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 27: Annual Procurement Budgets In Us$ In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 28: Annual Procurement Budgets In Us$ In The Global Rail Industry By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 29: Annual Procurement Budgets In Us$ In The Global Rail Industry By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 30: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 31: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011 By Region: (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 32: Projected Procurement Cost Savings Targets In The Global Rail Industry For 2010-2011 By Leading Business Concern (Cost Containment): (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 33: Average Identified Procurement Savings Target In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months: Global Rail Industry Vs. Other Industries (% All Respondents), 2010
Figure 34: Expected Change In Total Procurement Spend In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents) 2010
Figure 35: Expected Change In Total Procurement Spend In The Global Rail Industry Over The Next 12 Months By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 36: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer - Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months (% Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Respondents), 2010
Figure 37: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner - Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months (% Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Respondents), 2010
Figure 38: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Over The Next 12 Months Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 39: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Over The Next 12 Months Among All Buyers By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 40: Future Change In Spend In The Global Rail Industry By Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Over The Next 12 Months Among All Buyers By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 41: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Rail Industry Supplier: Difference In Views, Buyers Vs. Suppliers (Net Difference In Ranking), Global, 2010
Figure 42: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Rail Industry Supplier: Buyer Vs. Supplier Comparison (% All Respondents), Global, 2010
Figure 43: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Rail Industry Supplier: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner Comparison (% All Buyer Respondents), Global, 2010
Figure 44: Expected Future Changes In Procurement Objectives In The Global Rail Industry (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 45: Expected Future Changes In Procurement Objectives In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 46: Expected Future Changes In Procurement Objectives In The Global Rail Industry By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 47: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 48: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 49: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Rail Industry To Drive Value Across The Business: All Buyers By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 50: Critical Strategies Adopted By Buyers To Ensure Business Continuity In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 51: Critical Strategies Adopted By Buyers To Ensure Business Continuity In The Global Rail Industry By Region: (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 52: Actions Undertaken By Buyers To Survive Product/Service Inflation And/Or Supply Shortages In The Global Rail Industry: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010
Figure 53: Actions Undertaken By Buyers To Survive Product/Service Inflation And/Or Supply Shortages In The Global Rail Industry By Region: Rail Equipment / Train And Carriage Manufacturer Vs. Rail Infrastructure Developer And Planner (% All Buyer Respondents), 2010


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