Ventilation Equipment - A European Market Overview06 Jun 2011 • by Natalie Aster
New construction and retrofit activities in Europe have been on the slower side, contributing to minimal growth in the ventilation equipment market in the region. The global recession affecting several developed markets has had its say in Europe, too, with several Western European countries feeling the heat. Notwithstanding these factors, overall outlook for ventilation equipment market in Europe is expected to be picking up, although at a slow pace. Renewed construction activity in the residential, industrial and commercial sectors would enhance demand for ventilation equipment. Other factors, such as awareness about importance of indoor air quality and energy efficiency standards would go a long way in renewing market demand. The European Union (EU) has promulgated a regulation that sets forth reducing energy consumption in buildings, which is viewed as a key area for increased demand of ventilation equipment that improve indoor air quality, without the added burden of high energy consumption.
The report “Ventilation Equipment - A European Market Overview” by Industry Experts analyzes the European market covering all of the 27 European Union countries and the Ventilation product segments analyzed in this study include Axial Fans, Centrifugal Fans, Cross Flow Fans, Domestic Exhaust Fans, Roof/Attic Fans, Range Hoods, HRV/ERV Units and Air Handling Units (AHUs) for Ventilation. Unit shipments of ventilation equipment stood at 47.05 million units in 2006, valued at US$3.37 billion. By 2015, unit shipments are projected to exhibit a positive CAGR of 3.06% in reaching 61.73 million units, though in terms of value, ventilation equipment market would be more positive and reach US$6.75 billion, thereby growing at 8.02% over the period.
The market report includes the complete competitive landscape for ventilation market in Europe and selected individual countries (Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.) which comprises market share analysis (2009) for leading market players including ebm-papst, Systemair Group, Flakt Woods Group, Elica SpA, Faber Group, Trox Group, Centrotec Sustainable AG, Ziehl-Abegg AG, Soler & Palau Group, Nicotra Gebhardt. The study analyses these major players with respect to key financials, product listing & analysis, key brands, competitors and production plant locations & capacities. The report also profiles 51 other key market players across Europe.
Published: May 2011
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Key Business Trends. Systemair’s Acquisition of PTH FOKO SP. Z o.o.
Systemair entered into an agreement to take over the Polish sales company, PTH FOKO SP. Z o.o. The acquired company is engaged in marketing Frico air curtains and heating products in Poland, and subsequent to the deal being finalized, this company would be merged with Systemair SA, Systemair’s Polish subsidiary. FOKO has been a distributor of Frico for more than two decades, and ghas an established position in Poland, with a strong national distribution network. This acquisition further fortifies Systemair’s foothold in Poland.
South American Expansion from Systemair
Establishing a sales company in Santiago, Chile, has been a major step towards Systemair’s expansion initiative in South America. Climatic conditions in the country are similar to Europe, in addition to the voltage supply pattern and spurt in construction activities in 2010, which have been primary harbingers for this step by the company. The energy prices in Chile are quite high and Systemair hopes to cash in on the energy saving trend by offering its sustainable ventilation product line.
Systemair Takes Over Minority Interests in Estonian and Slovakian Companies
Systemair AB has completed acquiring the remaining minority interests in its Systemair AS Estonia (25%) and IMOS-Systemair Slovakia (20%) establishments, and these entities are now 100% owned by the company.
CENTROTEC Subsidiary Wolf Allies in Russian Energy Saving Technologies
CENTROTEC Sustainable AG’s subsidiary, Mainburg, Germany-based Wolf GmbH, has associated with the Yaroslavl government in Russia to set up an energy saving centre with an affiliated school of engineering. This association is aimed at promoting technological transfer and energy saving systems manufacture in Russia primarily for use in private and commercial properties. Wolf has maintained its stronghold in the Russian market for high-efficiency heating, climate control and ventilation systems with a range of successful project completions, which include the Kremlin in Moscow, the Olympic Village in Sochi, Sheremetyevo Airport and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s private villa in St Petersburg. The company has been engaged in the manufacture of large boilers with outputs of up to 58 MW in Russia for several years now, and has also added production of combined heat and power units that utilize Russian engines and German engineering expertise, mainly for local consumption.
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