Opportunities of composites in Worldwide Passenger Railway Market: 2010 - 2015, December 2009

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Opportunities of composites in Worldwide Passenger Railway Market: 2010 - 2015, December 2009
For an industry which is increasingly looking to new materials and products to sustain long-term growth, “Opportunities of Composites in Worldwide Passenger Railway Market: 2010-2015” is the only publication in the world to provide up to date information on the state of the global passenger rail market. The passenger rail market utilizes composite materials for making of exterior and interior rail components as well as infrastructure components. Interior components made of composites include major items like ceilings, floorings, bulkheads, vestibules, fire barriers, corridor adapter frames, handrails, and luggage bins or racks. Exterior components made of composites include front ends, skirts, exterior panels, body shells, roofs, end cabs and more. Reinforcements used in the rail market are fiberglass, carbon fiber and aramid fiber, and resins used are phenolics, polyesters and epoxies. The global passenger rail market for new railcars increased at an average rate of 9.1% annually in last 5 years (2004-2009). Uses of composites in the rail industry grew by 10.4% annually in last 5 years. Composites in passenger rail market are expected to grow at 10.5% in next five years with focus on weight reduction, fuel efficiency and with better FST performance. Significant regional shift, in the overall passenger rail market is taking place. This new dimension is likely to provide tremendous growth to regional players and existing companies are expected to face fierce competition in the coming time.

Never before there has been a report addressing the markets and opportunities of the passenger rail industry. This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with all the valuable information and tools that you may need in operating your business successfully. The report can potentially save you hundreds of hours of your personal research time and can significantly benefit you in expanding your business in the rail industry. In today’s global economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep you ahead in your business. Learn about current and future trends, identify key players, and explore the directions that the passenger rail industry is heading for.

Some of the features of this market report are:
  • Global and regional analysis of passenger rail market. The market size and growth rates of the passenger rail market in Europe, North America and Asia with Rest of world.
  • Passenger rail market forecast 2010-2015.
  • Composite materials consumption in the global passenger rail market. Market break down by different types of resins and fibers.
  • Market Parameters and Porter Fiver Forces Model for OEM’s and molders
  • Growth opportunities in the rail market
  • Composites consumption by region.
  • Composites consumption by manufacturing process.
  • Composites consumption by applications.
  • Growth trends (2004-2009) and forecast (2010-2015) for composites consumption.
  • List of railcars using composites with material description
  • Rail Composites molders with their product portfolio analysis & customer details
  • Description on more than 30 composite applications in the rail market.
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE


2.1 Past (200 years of History in Brief)
  2.1.1 First Locomotives
    2.1.1.1 Passenger-Kilometer
    2.1.1.2 Length of Lines
  2.1.2 Rail Track Growth
  2.1.3 Need for Speed
2.2 Present
2.3 Future
  2.3.1 European Market
  2.3.2 North American Market
  2.3.3 APAC and ROW Market
2.4 Rail Composites Market
  2.4.1 Key Drivers and Challenges for the Rail Composites Market
  2.4.2 Composites in the passenger railcar industry
  2.4.3 Composites usage in railcars by material types

3 PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: GLOBAL ANALYSIS

3.1 Overview
3.2 Types of Passenger Railcars
  3.2.1 Trains
    3.2.1.1 Commuter & Regional Trains
    3.2.1.2 High-Speed, Intercity, & Tilting Trains (Mainline)
      3.2.1.2.1 Worldwide Total Rail Network Length for High Speed Trains
  3.2.2 Heavy Rail (Metro/Rapid Transit)
  3.2.3 Light Rail (Urban Trams)
  3.2.4 Locomotives
3.3 Passenger Railway Market Worldwide
  3.3.1 Value of Global Orders Awarded in 2009 by Regions
  3.3.2 Value of Orders Awarded Worldwide in 2009 by Major OEM’s

4 PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: REGIONAL ANALYSIS

4.1 Regional Characteristics
  4.1.1 European Market Characteristics
  4.1.2 North American Market Characteristics
  4.1.3 APAC Market Characteristics
4.2 Value of Orders Awarded and Number of Vehicle Deliveries to OEM’s by Region in 2009
  4.2.1 European Orders and Deliveries
    4.2.1.1 Value of Orders Awarded in Europe to OEM’s in 2009
    4.2.1.2 European Deliveries of Passenger Railcars in 2009
  4.2.2 North American Orders and Deliveries
    4.2.2.1 Value of Orders Awarded in North America to OEM’s in 2009
    4.2.2.2 North American Deliveries of Passenger Railcars in 2009
  4.2.3 APAC Orders and Deliveries
    4.2.3.1 Value of Orders Awarded in APAC to OEM’s in 2009
    4.2.3.2 APAC Deliveries of Passenger Railcars in 2009

5 PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: TRENDS AND FORECASTS

5.1 Worldwide Trends
  5.1.1 Total Rail Market Trend
  5.1.2 Worldwide Passenger Railcar Market Trend by Sales
  5.1.3 Worldwide Passenger Railcar Market Trends by Orders
    5.1.3.1 European Passenger Railcar Market Trends by Orders
    5.1.3.2 North American Passenger Railcar Market Trends by Orders
    5.1.3.3 APAC Passenger Railcar Market Trends by Orders
  5.1.4 The Orders of Today Become the Sales of Tomorrow
  5.1.5 Order Backlogs
    5.1.5.1 OEM 1 Order Backlog
    5.1.5.2 OEM 2 Order Backlog
5.2 Forecast
  5.2.1 Geographical Segmentation of Passenger Rail Market for New Railcars in 2015
  5.2.2 Passenger Railcars Market Forecast by Value from 2009 to 2015

6 INDUSTRY LEADERS AND MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS

6.1 Total Sales and Sales of Vehicles by Major OEM’s
6.2 Worldwide Market Shares between OEM’s
6.3 Vehicle Orders Awarded by Value to Major OEM’s
  6.3.1 Vehicle Orders Awarded by Value to OEM 1
  6.3.2 Vehicle Orders Awarded by Value to OEM 2
  6.3.3 Vehicle Orders Awarded by Value to OEM 3
6.4 Product Review of Major Passenger Railway OEM’s
  6.4.1 OEM 1 Transportation
    6.4.1.1 Rail 1
    6.4.1.2 Rail 2
    6.4.1.3 Rail 3
      6.4.1.3.1 Tram 1
      6.4.1.3.2 Tram 2
    6.4.1.4 Metro/Rapid Transit Vehicles
    6.4.1.5 Commuter/Regional Vehicles
      6.4.1.5.1 Single Deck Electric Multiple Units
      6.4.1.5.2 Diesel Multiple Units
    6.4.1.6 Coaches
      6.4.1.6.1 Single Deck coaches
      6.4.1.6.2 Double-deck Coaches
    6.4.1.7 Intercity/High-Speed Vehicles
      6.4.1.7.1 Intercity Trains
      6.4.1.7.2 High-speed Trains
    6.4.1.8 Locomotives
      6.4.1.8.1 Type A
      6.4.1.8.2 Type B
      6.4.1.8.3 Type C
      6.4.1.8.4 Type D
    6.4.2 OEM 2 Transportation
    6.4.2.1 OEM 2 Urban Passenger Railway Trains:
      6.4.2.1.1 Product 1
      6.4.2.1.2 Product 2
      6.4.2.1.3 Product 3
    6.4.2.2 OEM 2 Mainline Trains:
      6.4.2.2.1 Product 4
      6.4.2.2.2 Product 5
      6.4.2.2.3 Product 6
    6.4.2.3 OEM 2 Locomotives
      6.4.2.3.1 Locomotive 1
      6.4.2.3.2 Locomotive 2

7 COMPOSITE MATERIALS USED IN THE RAILWAY INDUSTRY

7.1 Life-Cycle Cost Considerations in Choosing Materials
7.2 Composites Raw Materials
  7.2.1 Reinforcement Types:
  7.2.2 Resin Types:
  7.2.3 Prepreg Materials:
  7.2.4 Core Materials:
7.3 Raw Materials Used by Component Manufacturers
  7.3.1 Reinforcement Types:
  7.3.2 Resins Types:
  7.3.3 Core Material Types:
7.4 Raw Material Suppliers to the Railway Industry
  7.4.1 Reinforcement Fiber/Fabric Suppliers:
    7.4.1.1 Supplier A
    7.4.1.2 supplier B
    7.4.1.3 Supplier C
    7.4.1.4 Supplier D
    7.4.1.5 Supplier E
    7.4.1.6 Supplier F
    7.4.1.7 Supplier G.
  7.4.2 Resin Suppliers:
    7.4.2.1 Supplier H
    7.4.2.2 Supplier I
    7.4.2.3 supplier J
    7.4.2.4 Supplier K
    7.4.2.5 Supplier L
  7.4.3 Core Materials Suppliers:
    7.4.3.1 Supplier M
    7.4.3.2 Supplier N
    7.4.3.3 Supplier O
    7.4.3.4 Supplier P
    7.4.3.5 Supplier Q
    7.4.3.6 Supplier R

8 COMPOSITE MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS

8.1 Fire Standards
8.1 British Standard BS6853:1999
8.2 France Standard NF F 16-101/NF F 16-102
8.3 German standard DIN 5510-2: 1988
8.4 EU standard EN 45545: 1988
8.5 The United States standard NFPA 130:2000
8.6 Italy standard prE10.02.977.3
8.7 Property Comparison
8.8 Fire Performance of Phenolic
8.9 Comparison of Different Composites with Flame Retardant
8.10 Toxicity of Different Gases
8.11 Categories of Trains as per BS6853

9 COMPOSITE MATERIALS CONSUMPTION IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY (END MARKET)

9.1 Driving Forces for the Use of Composite Materials in the Passenger Railway Industry
9.2 Total Composites Consumption in Passenger Railway Industry (End Market) 2009
  9.2.1 Composites Consumption by Regional Analysis (End Market)
    9.2.1.1 Composites Consumption by Regional Analysis (Million $)
    9.2.1.2 Composites Consumption by Regional Analysis in Mlbs
  9.2.2 Composites Consumption by Applications (End Market)
  9.2.3 Composites Consumption by Type of Raw Materials (End Market)
    9.2.3.1 Composites Consumption by Type of Resins (End Market)
    9.2.3.2 Composites Consumption by Type of Fibers (End Market) (2009)
  9.2.4 Composites Consumption by Major Manufacturing Techniques (End Market)
  9.2.5 Composites Consumption by Manufacturing Process (End Market)
9.3 Growth Trends of Composites Consumption in Passenger Railway Industry for 2004- 2009
  9.3.1 Rail Composites Market Trends by Regions for 2004 to 2009 (End Market)
    9.3.1.1 Rail Composites Market Trends ($ mill) by Regions for 2004 to 2009
    9.3.1.2 Rail Composites Market Trends (M lbs) by Regions for 2004 to 2009
  9.3.2 Rail Composites Market Trends by Raw Material Types for 2004- 2009 (EndMarket)
    9.3.2.1 Rail Composites Market Trends by Resins for 2004 to 2009
    9.3.2.2 Rail Composites Market Trends by Fibers for 2004 to 2009
  9.3.3 Rail Composites Market Trends by Manufacturing Process for 2004-2009(End Market)
  9.3.4 Rail Composite Materials Market Trends for 2004 to 2009 (End Market)
9.4 Growth Forecast of Composites Consumption in Passenger Railway Industry (EndMarket) for 2009 to 2015
  9.4.1 Rail Composites Market Forecast by Regions for 2009 to 2015 (End Market)
    9.4.1.1 Rail Composites Market Forecast ($ mill) by Regions for 2009 to 2015
    9.4.1.2 Rail Composites Market Forecast (M lbs) by Regions in for 2009 to 2015
  9.4.2 Rail Composites Consumption Forecast by Type of Raw Materials for 2009 -2015 (End Market)
    9.4.2.1 Rail Composites Market Forecast by Resins for 2009 to 2015
    9.4.2.2 Rail Composites Market Forecast by Fibers for 2009 to 2015
  9.4.3 Rail Composites Market Forecast by Manufacturing Process for 2009 to 2015
  9.4.4 Rail Composites Consumption Forecast for 2009 to 2015 (End Market)

10 COMPOSITE MATERIALS CONSUMPTION IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY (RAW MATERIAL)

10.1 Rail Composites Consumption by Type of Materials (Raw Material)
10.2 Rail Composites Consumption by Resins in 2009
10.3 Rail Composites Consumption by Fibers in 2009

11 MANUFACTURING PROCESS TECHNIQUES USED IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY

11.1 Descriptions of Manufacturing Processes Techniques
  11.1.1 Hand lay-up / Wet lay-up process
  11.1.2 RTM Process
  11.1.3 VARTM Process
  11.1.4 SCRIMP Process
  11.1.5 Prepreg Lay-up Process:
  11.1.6 Pultrusion

12 RAIL COMPOSITE COMPONENTS MOLDERS

12.1 Overview of Component Molders
12.2 Composites Component Suppliers of Passenger Rail
  12.2.1 Supplier 1
  12.2.2 Supplier 2
  12.2.3 Supplier 3
  12.2.4 Supplier 4
  12.2.5 Supplier 5
  12.2.6 Supplier 6
  12.2.7 Supplier 7
  12.2.8 Supplier 8.
  12.2.9 Supplier 9
  12.2.10 Supplier 10
  12.2.11 Supplier 11
  12.2.12 Supplier 12
  12.2.13 Supplier 13
  12.2.14 Supplier 14
  12.2.15 Supplier 15
  12.2.16 Supplier 16
  12.2.17 Supplier 17
  12.2.18 Supplier 18
  12.2.19 Supplier 19
  12.2.20 Supplier 20
  12.2.21 Supplier 21
  12.2.22 Supplier 22
  12.2.23 Supplier 23
  12.2.24 Supplier 24
  12.2.25 Supplier 25
  12.2.26 Supplier 26
  12.2.27 Supplier 27
  12.2.28 Supplier 28
  12.2.29 Supplier 29
  12.2.30 Supplier 30
  12.2.31 Supplier 31
  12.2.32 Supplier 32
  12.2.33 Supplier 33

13 COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY

  13.1 Introduction
  13.2 Composite Applications in Trains
    13.2.1 Train A
    13.2.2 Train B
    13.2.3 Train C
    13.2.4 Train D
    13.2.5 Train E
    13.2.6 Train F
    13.2.7 Train G
    13.2.8 Train H
    13.2.9 Train I
    13.2.10 Train J
    13.2.11 Train K
    13.2.12 Train L
13.3 Core Material Applications in Trains
  13.3.1 Company X
  13.3.2 Company Y
13.4 Some photographs of the rail composites product

14 COMPOSITES RAIL TIE MARKET

14.1 Rail Composites Tie Market
14.2 Composites Rail Tie Manufacturers
14.3 Company Introduction
  14.3.1 Company 1
  14.3.2 Company 2
  14.3.3 Company 3
  14.3.4 Company 4

15 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN COMPOSITES PASSENGER RAIL MARKET

15.1 Overview
15.2 Future Rail Composites Market
15.3 Future Passenger Rail Market
15.4 Opportunities for Asian Rail Market

LIST OF FIGURES:

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMERY


Figure 1.1 Porter’s Five Forces model for the global passenger rail market
Figure 1.2: Porter’s Five Forces model for the composites market in global passenger rail market (End Market Perspective)

CHAPTER 2: PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

Figure 2.1: Shows the top speed gained by locomotives at different times
Figure 2.2: Passenger- kilometer in 2007 (Source- UIC data)
Figure 2.3: Shows the length of railway lines – globally (Source-UIC data)
Figure 2.4: Current records for top speeds by traction type
Figure 2.5: Price of single passenger railcars by category. (Source- OEM 1)
Figure 2.6: Roofs and intermediate floors for rail vehicles- Alcan vacuum bonding technology
Figure 2.7: Metro Interior Components-Company X
Figure 2.8: Key drivers and challenges for rail composites market
Figure 2.9: Photo of toilet modules-Company Y
Figure2.10: Photo of cab-door-liner-Company Z
Figure 2.11: Photo of window mask for rail- Company A
Figure 2.12: Photo of cab console shroud - Company A
Figure 2.13: Photo of cab door-Company A
Figure 2.14: Photo of luggage bin- Company A
Figure 2.15: Photo of ceiling access panel- Company A
Figure 2.16: Photo of sitzschalen transpole metro-seat shell - Supplier 15
Figure 2.17: Photo of septa car window panel
Figure 2.18: Photo of console knee panel- Company B
Figure 2.19: Photo of toilet modules -Supplier 18 Composites
Figure 2.20: Photo of America Maglev- Supplier 32
Figure 2.21: Photo of people mover- Supplier 17
Figure 2.22: Photo of Alcan VAC raw cabins ready for assembly and paintwork
Figure 2.23: Photo of GE front cab
Figure 2.24: Photo of regional train's cabins
Figure 2.25: Photo of DV - 12 locomotives door - Supplier 14
Figure 2.26: Photo of ICS double decker‘s end cover – Supplier 14

CHAPTER 3: PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: GLOBAL ANALYSIS

Figure 3.1 Photo of Train XYZ
Figure 3.2: Photo of Product XYZ
Figure 3.3: Photo of OEM 2’s Product 123
Figure 3.4: Photo of OEM 1’s Product 456
Figure 3.5: Photo of Company XYZ
Figure 3.6: Photo of OEM 2’s Product 789
Figure 3.7: Photo of Product EFG
Figure 3.8: Photo of OEM 2 -Locomotive 1
Figure 3.9: Worldwide distributions of new passenger railcars by orders awarded in 2009
Figure 3.10: Worldwide distribution of new passenger railcars orders awarded by region in billion dollars in 2009
Figure 3.11: Worldwide distributions of passenger railcars by orders awarded to OEM’s in 2009
Figure 3.12: Worldwide distributions of new passenger railcars orders awarded to OEM’s in 2009 by value

CHAPTER 4: PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: REGIONAL ANALYSIS

Figure 4.1: Distribution in European passenger railcars by value of orders awarded to OEM’s in 2009
Figure 4.2: Distribution in Europe by value of orders awarded for passenger railcars to OEM’s in 2009
Figure 4.3: Distribution between OEM’s of vehicles delivered in Europe during 2009
Figure 4.4: Distribution of the number of passenger railcars delivered in Europe by OEM’s during 2009
Fig 4.5: North American passenger railcars market by orders awarded in 2009
Figure 4.6: Distribution of North American passenger railcar market by orders awarded to OEM’s in 2009
Figure 4.7: Distribution between OEM’s of vehicles delivered in North America during 2009
Figure 4.8: Distribution of the number of passenger railcars delivered in North America by OEM’s during 2009
Figure 4.9: APAC passenger railcars by value of orders awarded in 2009Figure 4.9: Distribution in Asia of passenger railcars by value of orders awarded in 2009
Figure 4.10: APAC market by value of orders awarded for passenger railcars to OEM’s in 2009
Figure 4.11: APAC passenger railcar market by number of deliveries in 2009
Figure 4.12: Distribution of APAC passenger railcars by OEM’s in 2009

CHAPTER 5: PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: TRENDS AND FORECASTS

Figure 5.1: Growth trends of the total worldwide passenger railway industry sales from 2004 to 2009
Figure 5.2: Growth of passenger railcars sales during 2004 to 2009.
Figure 5.3: Sales of passenger railcars from 2004 to 2009.
Figure 5.4: Annual growth rate of passenger railway vehicle market for new railcars during 2004 to 2009
Figure 5.5: Total global passenger railcar orders trends during 2004 to 2009
Figure 5.6: Total European passenger railcar orders trends during 2004 to 2009
Figure 5.7: Total North American passenger railcar orders trends during 2004 to 2009
Figure 5.8: Total APAC passenger railcar orders trends during 2004 to 2009
Figure 5.9: OEM 1’s passenger railcars orders during 2004 to 2009 (calendar years) in billion dollar
Figure 5.10: OEM 2 Transportation orders during 2004 to 2009 (calendar years) in billion dollar
Figure 5.11: Siemens total orders during 2004 to 2009 (fiscal years) in billion dollar
Figure 5.12: Kawasaki’s total orders during 2004 to 2009 (fiscal years) in million dollar
Figure 5.13: Geographical segmentation of passenger rail market for new railcars in 2015
Figure 5.14: Shows the forecast of total passenger rail market for new railcars from 2009 to 2015
Figure 5.15: Shows the regional breakdown of the OEM 1 passenger railcar order backlog in 2009
Figure 5.16: OEM 1 passenger rail order backlog trends during 2004 to 2009 in billion dollar
Figure 5.17: Shows the regional breakdown of the OEM 2 passenger railcar order backlog in 2009
Figure 5.18: OEM 2 passenger rail order backlog trends during 2004- 09 in billion dollar

CHAPTER 6: INDUSTRY LEADERS AND MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS

Fig 6.1: Total sales of major OEM’s in the passenger railcar during 2004 to 2009
Fig. 6.2: 2004 Passenger railcar market shares by OEM
Fig. 6.3: 2005 Passenger railcar market shares by OEM
Fig. 6.4: 2006 Passenger railcar market shares by OEM
Fig. 6.5: 2007 Passenger railcar market shares by OEM
Fig. 6.6: 2008 Passenger railcar market shares by OEM
Fig. 6.7: 2009 Passenger railcar market shares by OEM
Figure 6.8: Geographical segmentation of OEM 1’s orders in 2009
Figure 6.9: Number of railcars delivered by OEM 1 in 2009
Figure 6.10: OEM 1’s newly launched Zefiro (High speed trains)
Figure 6.11: Geographical segmentation of OEM 2's order in 2009
Figure 6.12: Number of railcars delivered by OEM 2 in 2009
Figure 6.13: Geographical segmentation of OEM order in 2009
Figure 6.14: Number of railcars delivered by OEM in 2009
Figure 6.15: Photo of Tram XYZ
Figure 6.16: Photo of OEM 1 Product 2
Figure 6.17: Photos of OEM 1 Product 3
Figure 6.18: Photos of OEM 1 Product 4
Figure 6.19: Photo of OEM 1 Product 5
Figure 6.20: Photo of OEM 1 Product 6
Figure 6.21: Photo of OEM 1 Product 7
Figure 6.22: Photo of OEM 1 Product 8
Figure 6.23: Photo of OEM 1 Product 9
Figure 6.24: Photo of OEM 2 Product 10
Figure 6.25: OEM 2 Product 11
Figure 6.26: OEM 2 Product 12
Figure 6.27: OEM 2 Product 13
Figure 6.28: OEM 2 Product 14
Figure 6.29: OEM 2 Product 15
Figure 6.30: OEM 2 Product 16

CHAPTER 9: COMPOSITE MATERIALS CONSUMPTION IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY (END MARKET)

Figure 9.1: Composites consumption by regions during 2009 in million dollar (end market)
Figure 9.2: Composites consumption by regions during 2009 in M lbs (end market)
Figure 9.3: Composites consumption by applications during 2009 in million dollar (end market)
Figure 9.4: Composites consumption by type of resins during 2009 in million dollar (end market)
Figure 9.5: Composites consumption by fibers during 2009 in million dollar (end market)
Figure 9.6: Composites consumption by major manufacturing processing in million dollar (2009) (end market)
Figure 9.7: Composites consumption by manufacturing process by million dollar in 2009 (end market)
Figure 9.8: Composites consumption by regions during 2004 in the passenger rail market (end market).
Figure 9.9: Composites consumption by regions during 2008 in the passenger rail market (end market).
Figure 9.10: Composites consumption by regions during 2009 in the passenger rail market (end market).
Figure 9.11: Composite materials consumption by regions during 2004 in the passenger rail market (end market) (M lbs).
Figure 9.12: Composite materials consumption by regions during 2008 in the passenger rail market 2008 (end market) (M lbs).
Figure 9.13: Composite materials consumption by regions during 2009 in the passenger rail market (end market) (M lbs).
Figure 9.14: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market during 2004 (end market).
Figure 9.15: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market during 2008 (end market).
Figure 9.16: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market during 2009(end market).
Figure 9.17: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market during 2004 (end market).
Figure 9.18: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market during 2008 (end market).
Figure 9.19: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market during 2009 (end market).
Figure 9.20: Composites consumption by manufacturing process in the passenger rail market during 2004 (end market).
Figure 9.21: Composites consumption by manufacturing process in the passenger rail market during 2008 (end market).
Figure 9.22: Composites consumption by manufacturing process in the passenger rail market during 2009 (end market).
Figure 9.23: Composites consumption trends in passenger railcars for 2004-09 in million dollar
Figure 9.24: Composites consumption trends in the passenger railway market for 2004 to 2009 in million dollar
Figure 9.25: Composites consumption by regions in the passenger rail market 2009 (end market).
Figure 9.26: Composites consumption by regions in the passenger rail market 2010 (end market).
Figure 9.27: Composites consumption by regions in the passenger rail market 2015 (end market).
Figure 9.28: Composites consumption by regions in the passenger rail market 2009 (end market) (M lbs).
Figure 9.29: Composites consumption by regions in the passenger rail market 2010 (end market).
Figure 9.30: Composites consumption by regions in the passenger rail market 2015 (end market).
Figure 9.31: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market 2009 (end market).
Figure 9.32: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market 2010 (end market).
Figure 9.33: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market 2015 (end market).
Figure 9.34: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market 2009 (end market).
Figure 9.35: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market 2010 (end market).
Figure 9.36: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market 2015 (end market).
Figure 9.37: Composites consumption by manufacturing process in the passenger rail market 2009 (end market).
Figure 9.38: Composites consumption by manufacturing process in the passenger rail market 2010 (end market).
Figure 9.39: Composites consumption by manufacturing process in the passenger rail market 2015 (end market).
Figure 9.40: Composites consumption forecast for 2009 to 2015 in million dollar
Figure 9.41: Composites consumption forecast for 2009 to 2015 in M lbs

CHAPTER 10: COMPOSITE MATERIALS CONSUMPTION IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY (RAW MATERIAL)

Fig.10.1: Composites consumption by type of materials in the passenger rail market 2009 (raw material market).
Fig.10.2: Composites consumption by type of materials in the passenger rail market 2009 (raw material market).
Fig.10.3: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market 2009 (raw material market).
Fig.10.4: Composites consumption by resins in the passenger rail market 2009 (raw material market).
Fig.10.5: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market 2009 (raw material market).
Fig.10.6: Composites consumption by fibers in the passenger rail market 2009 (raw material market).

CHAPTER 11: MANUFACTURING PROCESS TECHNIQUES USED IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY

Figure 11.1: Composite materials consumption by major manufacturing processing in 2009 (end market)
Figure 11.2: Composite materials consumption by manufacturing process in 2009 (end market)
Figure 11.3: Photo of SCRIMP process- Supplier 32

CHAPTER 13: COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY

Figure 13.1: Photo of front nose made up of composites in OEM 2 Type I
Figure 13.2: Photo of front nose made up of composites in OEM 2 Type II
Figure 13.3: Photo of front nose made up of composites in Train C
Figure 13.4: Photo of Train C using composites
Figure 13.5: Photo of front nose made up of composites in Train D
Figure 13.6: Photo of composites car body
Figure 13.7: Train G uses composites
Figure 13.8: Photo of KTK Group interior components- company xyz- product 1
Figure 13.9: Photo of front exterior panel over the bumper guards – company xyz- product 2
Figure 13.10: Photo of XYZ regional train’s cabins-company abc
Figure 13.11: Photo of cabin, fairings and sidewalls, roofs and floors in Firm xyz
Figure 13.12: Photo of firm xyz core material used on raw cabins
Figure 13.13: Photo of roofs and intermediate floors for rail vehicles – firm xyz
Figure 13.14: Shanghai Train E vehicle’s cabin is the largest single-piece fiber-reinforced front module worldwide
Figure 13.15: Photo 1 of Train xyz – Supplier 32
Figure 13.16: Photo 2 of Train xyz- Supplier 32
Figure 13.17: Rail interior- company XYZ performance materials
Figure 13.18: train abc - Supplier 11
Figure 13.19: Photo of xyz double-decker wagon structural components- Supplier 18
Figure 13.20: Toilet seat - Supplier 15
Figure 13.21: Photo of train X, FRP interior components
Figure 13.22: Photo of Interior lining at QEBB - Supplier 15
Figure 13.23: Interior lining at Tram xyz - Supplier 15
Figure 13.24: Photo of interior- Supplier 17
Figure 13.25: GM locomotive nose -Supplier 17
Figure 13.26: Photo of Xyz people mover- Supplier 32
Figure 13.27: Photo of Xyz people mover interior -Supplier 32
Figure 13.28: Photo of toilet modules at xyz –Company A
Figure 13.29: Photo of skirts used at ABC - Supplier 15
Figure 13.30: Photo of battery box cover at ICS double-decker- Supplier 14
Figure 13.31: Photo of sidewall panel at TPF Fribourg, Swiss - Supplier 15
Figure 13.32: Photo of car body of OEM 1 tram XYZ- Supplier 11
Figure 13.33: Photo of GM locomotives fronts made up of composites
Figure 13.34: Photo of xyz bullet train where fronts nose are made up of composites
Figure 13.35: Photo of Bart floor made up of composites – Supplier 32
Figure 13.36: Photos of hinged cover and locks at OEM 1 AGC, SNCF – Supplier 15
Figure 13.37: Photos of oxygen distributor cover-Magee plastics
Figure 13.38: Photo of composites deck at Gunderson Auto - Max II - Supplier 32

CHAPTER 14: COMPOSITES RAIL TIE MARKET

Figure 14.1: Photo of china transit authority composites cross ties
Figure 14.2: Photo of some rail tie manufacturers and their products
Figure 14.3: Photo of rail tie – RTI

CHAPTER 15: GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN COMPOSITES PASSENGER RAIL MARKET

Figure 15.1: Major future projects in passenger rail market by types 2009 to 2012
Figure 15.2: Breakdown of future rail projects by types (2009-12)
Figure 15.3: Geographical segmentation of major future projects in passenger rail market 2009-12
Figure 15.4: Geographical segmentation of major rail projects by types 2009-12

LIST OF TABLES

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMERY


Table 1.1: Market parameters for the global passenger railcar market and attributes of usage
Table1.2: Market parameters for the end product usage of composites in passenger rail market and attributes of usage

CHAPTER 2: PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

Table 2.1: Passenger traffic trends around the world (in billion passenger-kilometers)
Table 2.2: Length of lines around the world (in kilometers)
Table 2.3: Countries using different rail gauges
Table 2.4: Top OEM’s segmentation by train type
Table 2.5: Future upcoming projects for railcars (2010-2012)
Table 2.6: Major European countries with their GDP
Table 2.7: Major North American countries with their GDP
Table 2.8: Major Asian countries with their GDP
Table 2.9: Traxx locomotives composites description
Table 2.10: List of rail composites interiors
Table 2.11: List of rail composites exteriors
Table 2.12: Composites usage in railcars by fiber and resin

CHAPTER 3: PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: GLOBAL ANALYSIS

Table 3.1: List of Counties with their total High Speed Rail Network

CHAPTER 4: PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: REGIONAL ANALYSIS

Table 4.1: Value of vehicles delivered in the European market in 2004 and 2009
Table 4.2: Value of vehicles delivered in the North American market in 2004 and 2009
Table 4.3: Value of vehicles delivered in the APAC market in 2004 and 2009

CHAPTER 5: PASSENGER RAILWAY MARKET: TRENDS AND FORECASTS

Table 5.1: Growth of passenger railway vehicle sales in billions dollars
Table 5.2: OEM 1’s passenger railcars orders during 2004 to 2009 in billion dollar
Table 5.3: OEM 2’s Transportation passenger railcars orders awarded during 2004 to 2009 in billion dollar
Table 5.4: Siemens passenger railcars orders during 2004 to 2009 in billion dollar
Table 5.5: Kawasaki’s passenger railcars orders during 2004 to 2009 in billion dollar
Table 5.6: Trends of passenger railcar manufacturer’s order backlog during 2004 to 2009

CHAPTER 6: INDUSTRY LEADERS AND MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS

Table 6.1: Major orders awarded to OEM 1 in their fiscal year 2009
Table 6.2: Major orders awarded to OEM 2 as reported from May 2008 until April 2009
Table 6.3: Siemens mobility systems consists rail and traffic management systems

CHAPTER 7: COMPOSITE MATERIALS USED IN THE RAILWAY INDUSTRY

Table 7.1: List of materials found in passenger railway vehicle applications
Table 7.2: List of rail composites product manufacturer with matrix, reinforcement and core materials
Table 7.3: Properties of fibers and conventional bulk materials
Table 7.4: Reinforcement suppliers
Table 7.5: XYZ company rail composite applications
Table 7.6: Company I rail composite applications
Table 7.7: Company II’s rail composite applications
Table 7.8: Company III rail composite applications
Table 7.9: Company IV rail composite applications
Table 7.10: Company V rail composite applications
Table 7.11: Company VI rail composite applications
Table 7.12: List of resin and additive suppliers
Table 7.13: Core material suppliers

CHAPTER 8: COMPOSITE MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS

Table 8.1: BS6853:1999: The main fire test standards:
Table 8.2: France Standard NF F 16-101: 1988 the main fire test standard
Table 8.3: German standard DIN 5510-2: 1988 the main fire test standard
Table 8.4: EN 45545: 1988 the main fire testing standard
Table 8.5: NFPA 130:2000 the main fire testing standard
Table 8.6: Comparison of the performance of phenolic, polyester, and metals
Table 8.7: Fire performance of phenolic resin
Table 8.8: Shows the comparison of different composites
Table 8.9: Toxicity of different gases
Table 8.10: Show the different parameters as per BS 6853 standard

CHAPTER 11: MANUFACTURING PROCESS TECHNIQUES USED IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY

Table 11.1 Processes used and parts produced by select manufactures of composites components for the passenger railway industry

CHAPTER 12: RAIL COMPOSITE COMPONENTS MOLDERS

Table 12.1: Molders by resin material employed
Table 12.2: Molders by manufacturing processes employed
Table 12.3: Supplier 1 rail Overview
Table 12.4: Supplier 2 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.5: Supplier 3 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.6: Supplier 4 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.7: Supplier 5, Inc. Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.8: Supplier 6 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.9: Creative Composites Ltd Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.10: Supplier 8. Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.11: Supplier 9s Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.12: Ernst Kühne Kunststoffwerk Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.13: Supplier 11 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.14: Supplier 12 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.15: Supplier xyz Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.16: Supplier 14 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.17: Supplier 15 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.18: Supplier 16 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.19: Supplier 17 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.20: Supplier 18 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.21: Supplier ABC Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.22: Supplier 20 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.23: Supplier 21 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.24: Supplier 22 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.25: Supplier X Composites Overview
Table 12.26: Miles Fiberglass Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.27: Supplier 25 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.28: Supplier 26 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.29: Supplier 27 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.30: Company XYZ Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.31: Supplier 29 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.32: Supplier 30 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.33: Company W Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.34: Supplier 32 Rail Composites Overview
Table 12.35: Top Glass Rail Composites Overview

CHAPTER 13: COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE PASSENGER RAILWAY INDUSTRY

Table 13.1: List of composites component applications in high speed & intercity trains
Table 13.2: Core material manufacturer supplies to passenger rail industry

CHAPTER 15: GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN COMPOSITES PASSENGER RAIL MARKET

Table 15.1: Future rail projects by number of railcars (2009-12)
Table 15.2: Future rail projects by type of trains (2009-12)
Table 15.3: Future railcar projects by types of number of railcars (2009-12)
Table 15.4: Ongoing high speed network in China
Table 15.5: Korean passenger selection by modes of transportation
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