The Future of the Construction Equipment Market in the US to 2015

Date: January 22, 2011
Pages: 95
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The Future of the Construction Equipment Market in the US to 2015
Synopsis
  • Top level overview of the US construction industry
  • Overview of the US construction Equipment market
  • Construction equipment consumption
  • Construction equipment turnover
  • Construction equipment exports
  • Construction equipment imports
  • Details of top construction equipment producers in the US
Summary

This report is the result of WMI’s extensive market and company research covering the US construction equipment market. With a combination of textual commentary, analysis, and charts, the report covers the following categories:

Earth moving equipment
Construction vehicles
Material handling equipment
Concrete equipment
Tunneling and drilling equipment
Road construction equipment

The report provides data for the historic years (2005-2009), estimated data for full year 2010, and forecasts from 2011 through 2015 along with growth rates. The report covers the performance of the overall construction equipment market along with individual performances of each category. It also includes the company profiles of the top construction equipment producers.

Scope
  • Analysis on current year performance and forecast assumptions for each category
  • Supporting text on individual construction equipment categories including full year 2010 market value and forecasts till 2015
  • Profiles of top construction equipment producers in the country
Reasons to Buy
  • Gain insight into the US construction equipment market with current, historic and forecast market values
  • Get insight on the construction equipment categories of the US construction equipment market
  • Identify top producers of the US construction equipment market along with profiles of all those companies
Key Highlights

As a result of the presence of large multi-national companies with extensive research and development capabilities, the US construction equipment market is renowned for technically advanced and innovative products. The technical knowledge of construction equipment became a competitive advantage for the US, and resulted in its significant export status. Throughout the 2003–06 economic boom, the market experienced robust growth rates which were much above those of the US economy. However, the US construction equipment market declined during 2007–09, as a result of the global financial downturn triggered by the US housing crisis that emerged during late 2006. In 2009, the US construction equipment market turnover declined to US$17.8 billion, a 35.6% decrease compared to the previous year. In 2010, WMI expects that the market turnover will increase by 19.2%, supported by the recovery in the global construction industry and wholesale and retail investment in the purchase of stock. During the review period, the turnover of the US construction equipment market recorded a CARC of -5.37%. However, throughout the course of the forecast period, WMI anticipates that US construction equipment market turnover will recover, and achieve a CAGR of 8.10%.
1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Summary Methodology

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

4 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MARKET ANALYSIS

4.1 Construction Equipment Consumption
  4.1.1 Construction equipment turnover
  4.1.2 Construction equipment turnover by category
  4.1.3 Construction equipment exports
  4.1.4 Construction equipment exports by destination
  4.1.5 Construction equipment exports by category
  4.1.6 Construction equipment imports
  4.1.7 Construction equipment imports by category
4.2 Construction Equipment Turnover Dynamics

5 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MARKET CATEGORY ANALYSIS

5.1 Earth Moving Equipment
  5.1.1 Category turnover
  5.1.2 Turnover by subcategory
5.2 Construction Vehicles
  5.2.1 Category turnover
  5.2.2 Turnover by subcategory
5.3 Materials Handling Equipment
  5.3.1 Category turnover
  5.3.2 Turnover by subcategory
5.4 Concrete Equipment
  5.4.1 Category turnover
  5.4.2 Turnover by subcategory
5.5 Tunneling and Drilling Equipment
  5.5.1 Category turnover
  5.5.2 Turnover by subcategory
5.6 Road Construction Equipment
  5.6.1 Category turnover
  5.6.2 Turnover by subcategory
5.7 Other Construction Equipment
  5.7.1 Category turnover

6 COMPANY PROFILE: CATERPILLAR

6.1 Caterpillar - Company Overview
6.2 Caterpillar Inc. - Business Description
  6.2.1 –Engines - overview
  6.2.2 Engines - financials
  6.2.3 Engines - capital expenditure
  6.2.4 Engines - market view
  6.2.5 Engines - key strategies
  6.2.6 Financial products - overview
  6.2.7 Financial products - financials
  6.2.8 Financial products - capital expenditure
  6.2.9 Financial products - market view
  6.2.10 Financial Products - key strategies
  6.2.11 Machinery - overview
  6.2.12 Machinery - financials
  6.2.13 Machinery - market view
  6.2.14 Machinery - key strategies
6.3 Caterpillar- Major Products
6.4 Caterpillar - History
6.5 Caterpillar - SWOT Analysis
  6.5.1 Caterpillar - strengths
  6.5.2 Caterpillar - weaknesses
  6.5.3 Caterpillar - opportunities
  6.5.4 Caterpillar - Threats
6.6 Caterpillar - Company Information
  6.6.1 Caterpillar - key competitors
  6.6.2 Caterpillar - key employees

7 COMPANY PROFILE: DEERE & COMPANY

7.1 Deere & Company - Company Overview
7.2 Deere & Company - Business Description
  7.2.1 Agriculture and turf division - overview
  7.2.2 Agriculture and turf division - production
  7.2.3 Agriculture and turf division - financials
  7.2.4 Agriculture and turf division - market view
  7.2.5 Agriculture and turf division - key strategies
  7.2.6 Construction and forestry - overview
  7.2.7 Construction and forestry - production
  7.2.8 Construction and forestry - financials
  7.2.9 Construction and forestry - market view
  7.2.10 Construction and forestry - key strategies
  7.2.11 Credits division - overview
  7.2.12 Credits division - financials
  7.2.13 Credits division - market view
  7.2.14 Other division - overview
  7.2.15 Other division - financials
7.3 Deere & Company - Major Products and Services
7.4 Deere & Company - History
7.5 Deere & Company - SWOT Analysis
  7.5.1 Deere & Company - strengths
  7.5.2 Deere & Company - weaknesses
  7.5.3 Deere & Company - opportunities
  7.5.4 Deere & Company - threats
7.6 Deere & Company - Company Information
  7.6.1 Deere & Company - key competitors
  7.6.2 Deere & Company - key employees

8 COMPANY PROFILE: TEREX CORPORATION

8.1 Terex Corporation - Company Overview
8.2 Terex Corporation - Business Description
8.3 Terex Corporation - Major Products and Services
8.4 Terex Corporation - History
8.5 Terex Corporation - SWOT Analysis
  8.5.1 Terex Corporation - strengths
  8.5.2 Terex Corporation - weaknesses
  8.5.3 Terex Corporation - opportunities
  8.5.4 Terex Corporation - threats
8.6 Terex Corporation - Company Information
  8.6.1 Terex Corporation - key competitors
  8.6.2 Terex Corporation - key employees

9 COMPANY PROFILE: THE MANITOWOC COMPANY

9.1 The Manitowoc Company - Company Overview
9.2 The Manitowoc Company - Business Description
9.3 The Manitowoc Company - Major Products and Services
9.4 The Manitowoc Company - History
9.5 The Manitowoc Company - SWOT Analysis
  9.5.1 The Manitowoc Company - strengths
  9.5.2 The Manitowoc Company - weaknesses
  9.5.3 The Manitowoc Company - opportunities
  9.5.4 The Manitowoc Company - threats
9.6 The Manitowoc Company - Company Information
  9.6.1 The Manitowoc Company - key competitors
  9.6.2 The Manitowoc Company - key employees

10 COMPANY PROFILE: HEERY INTERNATIONAL

10.1 Heery International - Company Overview
10.2 Heery International - Major Services
10.3 Heery International - Company Information
  10.3.1 Heery International - key competitors
  10.3.2 Heery International - key employees

11 APPENDIX

11.1 About World Market Intelligence
11.2 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Construction Equipment Category Definitions
Table 2: Caterpillar Key Facts
Table 3: Caterpillar Major Products
Table 4: Caterpillar History
Table 5: Caterpillar Key Employees
Table 6: Caterpillar Key Employees
Table 7: Deere & Company Key Facts
Table 8: Deere & Company Major Products and Services
Table 9: Deere & Company History
Table 10: Deere & Company Key Employees
Table 11: Deere & Company Key Employees in Detail
Table 12: Terex Corporation Key Facts
Table 13: Terex Corporation Major Products and Services
Table 14: Terex Corporation History
Table 15: Terex Corporation Key Employees
Table 16: Terex Corporation Key Employees
Table 17: The Manitowoc Company Key Facts
Table 18: The Manitowoc Company Major Products and Services
Table 19: The Manitowoc Company History
Table 20: The Manitowoc Company, Inc. Key Employees
Table 21: The Manitowoc Company Key Employees
Table 22: Heery International Key Facts
Table 23: Heery International Major Services
Table 24: Heery International Key Employees

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Construction Equipment Consumption Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 2: Construction Equipment Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 3: Construction Equipment Turnover by Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 4: Construction Equipment Exports Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 5: Construction Equipment Export Destinations (%), 2005–09
Figure 6: Construction Equipment Exports by Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 7: Construction Equipment Imports Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 8: Construction Equipment Imports by Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 9: Construction Equipment Turnover Dynamics by Category (%), 2005–15
Figure 10: Earth Moving Equipment Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 11: Earth Moving Equipment Turnover Value by Subcategory (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 12: Construction Vehicles Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 13: Construction Vehicles Turnover Value by Subcategory (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 14: Materials Handling Equipment Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 15: Materials Handling Equipment Turnover Value by Subcategory (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 16: Concrete Equipment Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 17: Concrete Equipment Turnover Value by Subcategory (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 18: Tunneling and Drilling Equipment Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 19: Tunneling and Drilling Equipment Turnover Value by Subcategory (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 20: Road Construction Equipment Turnover Value (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 21: Road Construction Equipment Turnover Value by Subcategory (US$ Million), 2005–15
Figure 22: Other Construction Equipment Turnover (US$ Million), 2005–15
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