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Saudi Arabia Package Substation Market to Amount to USD 843 Mln by 2022, Expects 6Wresearch in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

17 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In Saudi Arabia, the market for package substitution is driven by the following factors: a rise in the energy demand, developments taking in the infrastructure space, the growing distribution networks, and more.

The local marketplace is set to be worth around USD 843 million by 2022. The power utility segment dominates the Saudi Arabian space in terms of revenue.

Eastern, Central and Western regions rule the Saudi Arabian marketplace. Still the highest growth is set to occur in Eastern and Central regions over the period 2016-2021.

Siemens, EAMFCO, ABB Ltd. and Lucy Electric UK Ltd. are some of major players of this country’s market.

New research report “Saudi Arabia Package Substation Market (2016-2022)” drawn up by 6Wresearch offers a comprehensive guide to the package substitution market in Saudi Arabia. The study starts with an all-round overview of the worldwide marketplace, with historical data and projected figures included.

Then it draws up a detailed picture of the Saudi Arabian market. The report casts light on the dynamics of the local marketplace. The research study explores trends in the local space.

It focuses on performance of segments of the Saudi Arabian market. Key regions are also investigated in the research report. The study examines the competitive environment and contains detailed companies’ profiles.

Report Scope:

  • insightful overview of the Saudi Arabian marketplace;
  • details on the local space’s dynamics;
  • coverage on forces that drive change locally;
  • examination of the competitive environment;
  • company profiles;
  • future projections;
  • and more.

Other Marketplaces Analyzed by 6Wresearch Include:

More new studies by our partner can be found at its page.


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