Wire and Cable Regional Study: North America
This report was published in 2011 is superseded by our more current
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Is there still room for market growth?
The North American Cable industry serves the world’s largest economy and, since the financial collapse, recovery has been tentative.
However 2010 saw improvement, with US manufacturing showing consistent growth and a range of OEM cable sectors recovering strongly.
With increased demand from the OEM/renewables sectors, as well as greater demand for fibre-optic, signal and control and coaxial cable – the USA could be seeing the beginning of its most profitable period in almost six years.
We also include plant and product mix for the leading 200 cablemakers in the USA.
The North America study covers:
- Detailed snapshot of US cable demand with product-by-product analysis
- Review of developments of leading companies in USA – recent financial performance and profitability
- Overview of historical developments in trade and production – analysis of US cable trade balance
- Five year forecast of wire and cable consumption, production and trade in North America
The study addresses issues such as:
- Who are the main players in the American market?
- How effective is capacity and is it efficient?
- How is the US cable industry performing compared to the rest of the world?
- Is there still room for market growth?
- What are the main drivers of cable demand?
- Are there further opportunities for acquisition