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Examine the World Pumps Market

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World Pumps Market

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Worldwide demand to climb 4.4% per year through 2012

Global pump demand is forecast to rise at a 4.4 percent annual rate through 2012 (including price increases) to $47 billion. This represents a moderation from the strong growth of the 2002- 2007 period, reflecting decelerating primary energy consumption and gross fixed investment expenditures throughout much of the world. Generally healthy economic conditions will support gains in global pump demand, especially in rapidly developing areas such as China and India where rising energy consumption and infrastructure development projects will provide key applications for fluid handling pumps.

Developing regions provide best outlook

The greatest prospects for pump suppliers will continue to be found in the developing regions of the world, especially in Asia where China and India are enjoying strong economic growth. Latin America will also register above-average gains, but will trail growth anticipated in parts of Asia due to the lagging stage of industrial infrastructures in those regions. The outlook is also improving in the advanced nations of North America, and the Asia/Pacific region, such as Canada, Mexico and Japan. Although the pump markets in the US, Japan and Western Europe will all register gains that will lag the global average through 2012, healthy economic conditions in these mature nations will support demand for fluid handling pumps.

Developing regions provide best outlook

The greatest prospects for pump suppliers will continue to be found in the developing regions of the world, especially in Asia where China and India are enjoying strong economic growth. Latin America will also register above-average gains, but will trail growth anticipated in parts of Asia due to the lagging stage of industrial infrastructures in those regions. The outlook is also improving in the advanced nations of North America, and the Asia/Pacific region, such as Canada, Mexico and Japan. Although the pump markets in the US, Japan and Western Europe will all register gains that will lag the global average through 2012, healthy economic conditions in these mature nations will support demand for fluid handling pumps.

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INTRODUCTION
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT
General
World Economic Overview
Recent Economic Performance
World Economic Outlook
World Fixed Investment Trends
World Energy Supply & Demand Outlook
Energy Supplies
Energy Demand
World Oil Industry Trends
Crude Production
Refined Products
World Water Utilization Trends
World Construction & Infrastructure
Pricing Patterns
Technology & Materials Trends
Materials
Product Design
III. WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND
General
Regional Overview
Demand
Production
International Trade
Demand by Product
Centrifugal
Positive Displacement 


Rotary
Reciprocating
Diaphragm

Other 


Turbine
Oilfield
Specialty & All Other

Demand by Market
Process Manufacturers
Utilities
Other Markets
IV. NORTH AMERICA
General
Pump Supply & Demand
Pump Outlook & Suppliers
United States
Canada
Mexico
V. WESTERN EUROPE
General
Pump Supply & Demand
Pump Outlook & Suppliers
Germany
United Kingdom
France
Italy
Spain
Netherlands
Other Western Europe
Austria
Sweden
Switzerland
Belgium
Denmark
All Other
VI. ASIA/PACIFIC
General
Pump Supply & Demand
Pump Outlook & Suppliers
China
Japan
India
South Korea
Taiwan
Australia
Thailand
Indonesia
Other Asia/Pacific
Singapore
Malaysia
All Other
VII. OTHER REGIONS
Latin America
Brazil
Other Latin America
Argentina
Venezuela
All Other
Eastern Europe
Russia
Other Eastern Europe
Poland
Czech Republic
Ukraine
All Other
Africa/Mideast
Iran
Saudi Arabia
Other Africa/Mideast
Turkey
South Africa
All Other
VIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Industry Composition
Market Share
Product Development
Manufacturing
Marketing & Distribution
Cooperative Agreements
Financial Dynamics
Mergers, Acquisitions & Industry Restructuring
Company Profiles
ABS Group, see Cardo AB
Alfa Laval AB
American Machine and Tool Company Incorporated, see Gorman-Rupp Company
APV, see SPX Corporation
Aurora Pump, see Pentair Incorporated
Baker Hughes Incorporated
Bell & Gossett, see ITT Corporation
Blagdon Pump Holdings Limited, see IDEX Corporation
Bran + Luebbe GmbH, see SPX Corporation
Cardo AB
Centrilift, see Baker Hughes Incorporated
Corken Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Crane Company
Danaher Corporation
Danfoss A/S
Delta Environmental Products, see Pentair Incorporated
Ebara Corporation
Fairbanks Morse Pump, see Pentair Incorporated
FARADYNE Motors LLC, see ITT Corporation and Pentair Incorporated
FE Myers, see Pentair Incorporated
Flojet, see ITT Corporation
Flowserve Corporation
Flowtronex PSI Incorporated, see ITT Corporation
Gardner Denver Incorporated
Gasboy International Incorporated, see
Danaher Corporation
Gast Manufacturing Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
GE Osmonics, see General Electric Company
GE Water and Process Technologies, see General Electric Company
General Electric Company
GIW Industries Incorporated, see KSB AG
Gorman-Rupp Company
Goulds Pumps Incorporated, see ITT Corporation
Graco Incorporated
Grundfos A/S
Hale Products Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, see
United Technologies Corporation
Hoffman Specialty Manufacturing Company, see ITT Corporation
Hydro-Aire, see Crane Company
HydroAir, see ITT Corporation
Hydromatic Pump, see Pentair Incorporated
Hypro LLC, see Pentair Incorporated
IDEX Corporation
Illinois Tool Works Incorporated
Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited
Invensys plc
ITT Corporation
Jabsco, see ITT Corporation
John Wood Group
Johnson Pump Group, see SPX Corporation
Jung Pumpen GmbH, see Pentair Incorporated
KSB AG
Kubota Corporation
Lear Romec, see Crane Company
LIGHTNIN, see SPX Corporation
Liquid Controls Corporation, see IDEX Corporation
Lowara Srl, see ITT Corporation
Metso Corporation
Micropump Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Milton Roy Company, see
United Technologies Corporation
Moyno Incorporated, see Robbins & Myers Incorporated
Nuovo Pignone SpA, see General Electric Company
Patterson Pump Company, see Gorman-Rupp Company
Peerless Pump Company, see Grundfos A/S
Pentair Incorporated
Plenty Mirrless, see SPX Corporation
Procon Products, see Standex International Corporation
Pulsafeeder Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Pumpenfabrik Ernst Vogel GmbH, see ITT Corporation
Pumpex AB, see Cardo AB
Putzmeister Group
R&M Energy Systems Incorporated, see Robbins & Myers Incorporated
Red Jacket Products, see Danaher Corporation
Robbins & Myers Incorporated
Rule, see ITT Corporation
SAMPI SpA, see IDEX Corporation
Sapphire Engineering Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Scanpump AB, see Cardo AB
Schlumberger Limited
Scivex Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
SHURflo LLC, see Pentair Incorporated
SIHI Pumps Incorporated, see Sterling Fluid Systems BV
SPX Corporation
Sta-Rite Industries LLC, see Pentair Incorporated
Standex International Corporation
Sterling Fluid Systems BV
Sulzer Limited
Sundyne Corporation, see United Technologies Corporation
Tarby Incorporated, see Robbins & Myers Incorporated
Thomas Products, see Gardner Denver Incorporated
Trebor International Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
United Technologies Corporation
Versa-Matic Pump Company, see IDEX Corporation
Viking Pump Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Warren Rupp Incorporated, see IDEX Corporation
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell, see SPX Corporation
Weatherford International Incorporated
Weir Group plc
Wright Flow Technologies Limited, see IDEX Corporation
Wrightech Corporation, see IDEX Corporation
Other Companies Mentioned in Study
LIST OF TABLES
SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region
2 World Gross Fixed Investment by Region
3 World Primary Energy Production by Type
4 World Primary Energy Consumption by Region
5 World Oil Products Supply & Demand
6 World Construction Expenditures by Region
SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND
1 World Pump Demand by Region
2 World Pump Shipments by Region
3 World Pump Net Exports by Region
4 World Pump Demand by Product
5 World Centrifugal Pump Demand by Region
6 World Positive Displacement Pump Demand by Product & Region
7 World Rotary Pump Demand by Region
8 World Reciprocating Pump Demand by Region
9 World Diaphragm Pump Demand by Region
10 World Demand for Other Pumps by Product & Region
11 World Turbine Pump Demand by Region
12 World Oilfield Pump Demand by Region
13 World Specialty & All Other Pump Demand by Region
14 World Pump Demand by Market
15 World Process Manufacturers' Pump Demand by Region
16 World Utilities Pump Demand by Region
17 World Other Markets Pump Demand by Region
SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA
1 North America - Pump Supply & Demand
2 North America - Pump Demand by Product & Market
3 United States - Pump Supply & Demand
4 United States - Pump Demand by Product & Market
5 Canada - Pump Supply & Demand
6 Canada - Pump Demand by Product & Market
7 Mexico - Pump Supply & Demand
8 Mexico - Pump Demand by Product & Market
SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE
1 Western Europe - Pump Supply & Demand
2 Western Europe - Pump Demand by Product & Market
3 Germany - Pump Supply & Demand
4 Germany - Pump Demand by Product & Market
5 United Kingdom - Pump Supply & Demand
6 United Kingdom - Pump Demand by Product & Market
7 France - Pump Supply & Demand
8 France - Pump Demand by Product & Market
9 Italy - Pump Supply & Demand
10 Italy - Pump Demand by Product & Market
11 Spain - Pump Supply & Demand
12 Spain - Pump Demand by Product & Market
13 Netherlands - Pump Supply & Demand
14 Netherlands - Pump Demand by Product & Market
15 Other Western Europe - Pump Supply & Demand
16 Other Western Europe - Pump Demand by Product & Market by Country
SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC
1 Asia/Pacific - Pump Supply & Demand
2 Asia/Pacific - Pump Demand by Product & Market
3 China - Pump Supply & Demand
4 China - Pump Demand by Product & Market
5 Japan - Pump Supply & Demand
6 Japan - Pump Demand by Product & Market
7 India - Pump Supply & Demand
8 India - Pump Demand by Product & Market
9 South Korea - Pump Supply & Demand
10 South Korea - Pump Demand by Product & Market
11 Taiwan - Pump Supply & Demand
12 Taiwan - Pump Demand by Product & Market
13 Australia - Pump Supply & Demand
14 Australia - Pump Demand by Product & Market
15 Thailand - Pump Supply & Demand
16 Thailand - Pump Demand by Product & Market
17 Indonesia - Pump Supply & Demand
18 Indonesia - Pump Demand by Product & Market
19 Other Asia/Pacific - Pump Supply & Demand
20 Other Asia/Pacific - Pump Demand by Product & Market
21 Other Asia Pacific - Pump Supply & Demand by Country
SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS
1 Latin America - Pump Supply & Demand
2 Latin America - Pump Demand by Product & Market
3 Brazil - Pump Supply & Demand
4 Brazil - Pump Demand by Product & Market
5 Other Latin America - Pump Supply & Demand
6 Other Latin America - Pump Demand by Product & Market
7 Other Latin America - Pump Supply & Demand by Country
8 Eastern Europe - Pump Supply & Demand
9 Eastern Europe - Pump Demand by Product & Market
10 Russia - Pump Supply & Demand
11 Russia - Pump Demand by Product & Market
12 Other Eastern Europe - Pump Supply & Demand
13 Other Eastern Europe - Pump Demand by Product & Market
14 Other Eastern Europe - Pump Supply & Demand by Country
15 Africa/Mideast - Pump Supply & Demand
16 Africa/Mideast - Pump Demand by Product & Market
17 Iran - Pump Supply & Demand
18 Iran - Pump Demand by Product & Market
19 Saudi Arabia - Pump Supply & Demand
20 Saudi Arabia - Pump Demand by Product & Market
21 Other Africa/Mideast - Pump Supply & Demand
22 Other Africa/Mideast - Pump Demand by Product & Market
23 Other Africa/Mideast - Pump Supply & Demand by Country
SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 Pump Sales for Selected Manufacturers, 2007
2 Selected Cooperative Agreements
3 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
LIST OF CHARTS
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 World Gross Fixed Investment by Region, 2007
2 Relationship between Per Capita Fixed Investment &
 Per Capita Pump Demand, 2007
3 World Pump Price Index
SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND
1 World Pump Demand by Region, 2007
2 Additional Pump Demand: 2012 vs. 2007
3 World Pump Demand - Projected 2007-2012 Annual Rate of Growth
4 World Pump Shipments by Region, 2007
5 World Pump Demand by Product, 2007
6 World Pump Demand by Market, 2007
SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA
1 North America Pump Demand by Country, 2007
SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE
1 Western Europe Pump Demand by Country, 2007
SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC
1 Asia/Pacific Pump Demand by Country, 2007
SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS
1 Latin America Pump Demand by Country, 2007
2 Eastern Europe Pump Demand by Country, 2007
3 Africa/Mideast Pump Demand by Country, 2007
SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 World Pump Market Share by Company, 2007

More Details

Utilities to experience most rapid market gains

Utilities are projected to see the fastest growth among the major pump markets. Supporting the utilities pump market will be rising construction expenditures by utilities providers, particularly in developing regions, where water and electricity delivery systems are being built. Although the process manufacturing market is not forecast to see as rapid gains, it is still expected to remain the largest user of pump products due to the wide range of applications and significant fluid handling requirements in many of these industries. Gains will be spurred by increasing output in most process industries. The resource extraction market is also projected to see increases due to rising oil and gas demand.

Diaphragm pumps to see fastest growth Centrifugal pumps will continue to be the most widely used type, due to their varied pressure and load handling capabilities -- including the ability to handle liquids with high solids content -- and relatively low maintenance costs. Among the major pump designs, diaphragm pumps will post the fastest gains due to rising investment in process manufacturing industries. Turbine pumps will also see rapid growth, largely supported by an increase in water pumping and sewage applications, especially in developing areas.

Study coverage

Details on these and other key findings are available in the Freedonia industry study, World Pumps, priced at $5800. The study provides historical demand data (1997, 2002, 2007) plus forecasts to 2012 and 2017 for centrifugal, positive displacement and other specialty pump designs in six world regions and 35 major national markets. The study also considers global energy supply and demand trends, assesses industry composition and market shares and profiles 31 competitors worldwide.

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