Latest Report on Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing Industry in the U.S.

Research and Markets has announced the addition of Supplier Relations US, LLC's new report "Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing Industry in the U.S. and its International Trade [2010 Year-End Edition]" to their offering.

This latest Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing Industry report provides the most updated market research on the industry. Its scope contains analysis on the industry's key financial data, competitive landscape, shipment and inventory data, upstream and downstream industries, and trade data.

In 2009, the value of imported products within this industry into the U.S. has been relatively high, at approximately 40% of U.S. production. Because of this reliance on imports, the report covers the foreign trade statistics including the top 25 countries the U.S. imports from and their respective import values. This industry exhibits a high amount of trade activity, because in 2009, the value of exported products within this industry into the U.S. has also been relatively high, at approximately 30% of U.S. production. This reliance on exports is also covered in the report's foreign trade statistics. The downstream analysis section of this industry reveals a large dependency on personal consumption. Understanding the recessionary effects on consumer consumption for products within this industry is essential.

This December report's 153 pages and over 150 charts and tables cover the domestic market, global market and overseas growth opportunities. Find the latest data on shipments, inventory, international trade, and essential industry price indices through September or October 2010. Relying on over a decade of historic data and sophisticated forecasting, the report projects industry trends through 2014. The report's broad scope includes topics from foreign trade to industry structure, while also diving into the details such as market sizes of products and players. Industry experts consistently subscribe to this quarterly-updated market research report.

Definition & Classification

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing porcelain electrical insulators, molded porcelain parts for electrical devices, ferrite or ceramic magnets, and electronic and electrical supplies from nonmetallic minerals, such as clay and ceramic materials. This 6-digit NAICS industry (327113) is under the hierarchy of Pottery, Ceramics, and Plumbing Fixture Manufacturing Industry (32711), Clay Product and Refractory Manufacturing Industry Group (3271), Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Subsector (327), and the Manufacturing Sector (31-33). Its SIC equivalent code is: 3264 - Porcelain Electrical Supplies.

Revenue, Profitability & Foreign Trade Preview

The industry's revenue for the year 2009 was approximately $566.5 million USD, with an estimated gross profit of 27.15%. Import was valued at $236.8 million USD from 54 countries. The industry also exported $163.4 million USD worth of merchandise to 97 countries. Adding import value to and subtracting export value from the industry's shipment value, the total domestic demand for the industry in 2009 was $.6 billion USD.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Executive Summary
  • Industry Income Statement
  • Industry Balance Sheet
  • Capital Expenditures
  • Product Market Sizes
  • Cost Analysis
  • Pricing Analysis
  • Industry Foreign Trade
  • Industry Structure
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Appendix A - Additional Foreign Trade Statistics
  • Appendix B - Industry U.S. States' Statistics
  • Appendix C - Additional Links
  • Appendix D - Industry's 4-Year Financial Statement
  • Appendix E - Report Methodology
  • Legal

Companies Mentioned:

This industry report includes detailed information on:

  • Industry's major players
  • Organizations that set standards for the industry
  • Government agencies that regulate and monitor policies related to the industry
  • Trade associations, including educational institutions
  • Trade publications
  • Trade shows and organizers
  • Sources of the information

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