World Process Instrumentation Market Discussed by M&M in In-demand Market Research Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
22 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – To date, process industries utilise different types of field instruments for monitoring and controlling their plants with a view to enhancing the efficiency of the latter. Field instruments are used in different applications like pharmaceuticals, water and wastewater, oil and gas, metals and mining, power, amid others.
The worldwide process instrumentation market value is forecast to reach USD 18.96 billion by 2020, posting 3.34% CAGR through to 2020. Among the major factors driving the growth of the market one can name the urgent need of efficient energy, a hike in demand from the process industry, a range of government incentives, modernisation and migration services, and also rising labour costs. Meantime, the market’s growth could be hindered by stagnant growth in developed markets, and inadequacy in talent, among others.
In-demand report “Process Instrumentation Market” elaborated by M&M offers a comprehensive assessment of the worldwide process instrumentation sector. It gives an all-round analysis of the market, segmenting it by technology, application and geography; providing market size estimates and forecast data for each of the segments. The research publication investigates the competitive landscape, sheds light on the 29 leading players alongside providing extensive market share analysis comprising individual company’s revenue and market share by instrument and application. The report explores the market dynamics, limelighting key driving factors, restraints, and opportunities. It also presents Porter’s five forces analysis along with a detailed analysis of the value chain, and also reviews the major trends in the industry.
Process Instrumentation Market by Process Parameter (FLOW, LEVEL, PRESSURE), Application (WATER AND WASTE WATER, CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS AND PHARMACEUTICALS, AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK), COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL, AND GEOGRAPHY- GLOBAL FORECAST TO 2020
Published: September, 2015
Price: US$ 12,000.00
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