Ali is the Marketing Manager for publications at Integer Research. His key responsibilities are to plan, implement and manage the marketing activities for publications across Environment & Emissions, Fertilizers & Chemicals and Wire & Cable. He has over six years of marketing experience, covering both publications and conference marketing.
Integer’s lead fertilizer analyst Monica Baker recently wrote a guest article in Fertilizer International, on phosphate profitability.
Taking advantage of relatively low labour costs and a favourable location, much production of automotive wire and wiring harness has shifted from Western Europe to Tunisia and Morocco. As much as 8% of the world’s wiring harnesses are produced in Tunisia and around 5% in Morocco, according to Integer’s latest study – Wire & Cable Focus Report: Middle East and North Africa Markets, which forecasts potential demand for MENA wire and cable to 2017.
Global fertilizer demand is forecast to increase substantially over the next two decades. However, a major shift will occur in the distribution of fertilizer demand across the different regions. This is according to Integer’s new study – Global Fertilizer Demand: The Long-term Outlook, which reveals how global crop production and fertilizer consumption are set to change to 2030.
The market for insulated wire and cable in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has experienced highs and lows in recent years. The rally in oil prices from the mid-2000s to 2008 fuelled a boom in demand for cable from construction and infrastructure developments in the GCC, resulting in many companies adding cable making capacity. Meanwhile, European OEMs actively invested in North Africa’s wiring harness assembly industry, boosting local wire and cable consumption.
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