Research and Markets: the European Switches and Switchgear Market.
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This analysis covers the Western Europe Western Europe
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Breakdown is by voltage and equipment type:
- Medium Voltage segment will include Circuit Breakers Circuit breakers
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- High Voltage: Circuit Breakers, Disconnectors, including straightforward switches for systems operating at the lower end of the high-voltage spectrum, as well as components in large switchgear units.
The European Market for Switches & Switchgear 5
Product Definition and Segmentation 5
Introduction to the Market 5
Pricing Strategy and Trends 8
Pricing Strategy and Trends 8
Innovation and Product Development 9
Market Summary 10
Market Drivers and Restraints 11
Market Forecasts 13
Geographic Trends 15
Competitive Structure 17
Market Share Analysis 17
New Geographic Opportunities 18
European MV Switches & Switchgear Market 20
Market Forecasts 21
The European High Voltage Switches & Switchgear Market 24
Market Forecasts 24
Table of Figures
Figure 1 Key Industry Participants (Europe) 2003 7
Figure 2 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Key Market Indicators (Europe), 2003 10
Figure 3 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue and Unit Forecasts (Europe), 2000-2010 13
Figure 4 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Percent of Revenues by Geographic Region (Europe), 2000-2010 15
Figure 5 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Competitive Structure, (Europe), 2003 17
Figure 6 MV Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue and Unit Forecasts (Europe), 2000-2010 21
Figure 7 MV Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue split by Type (%) (Europe), 2000-2010 23
Figure 8 HV Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue and Unit Forecasts (Europe), 2000-2010 24
Figure 9 HV Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue split by Type (%) (Europe), 2000-2010 26
Table of Charts
Chart 1 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenues (Europe), 2000-2010 6
Chart 2 European Switches & Switchgears Pricing Trends (Europe), 2000-2010 8
Chart 3 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Market Forces and impact, (Europe), 2003 11
Chart 4 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue and Unit Forecasts (Europe), 2000-2010 14
Chart 5 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenues (EUR EUR
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The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. million) by Geographic Region in 2003 and 2010, (Europe) 16
Chart 6 European Switches & Switchgear Market: Market Share Analysis of Major Market Participants The term market participant is used in United States constitutional law to describe a U.S. State which is acting as a producer or supplier of a marketable good or service. When a state is acting in such a role, it may permissibly discriminate against non-residents. by Revenues, (Europe), 2003 17
Chart 7 MV Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue and Unit Forecasts (Europe), 2000-2010 22
Chart 8 HV Switches & Switchgear Market: Revenue and Unit Forecasts (Europe), 2000-2010 25
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