Research and Markets, the company offering market research solutions, has added a new report by Supplier Relations titled, "Powder Metallurgy Part Manufacturing Industry in the U.S. and its International Trade [2012 Q3 Edition]" to its product offering.
The report which spans 165 pages uses more than 150 tables and charts to represent the market opportunities at domestic and global levels. The scope of the report includes critical financial parameters, data on inventory and shipment and trade data. An analysis of the industry’s competitive landscape is presented. The industries upstream and downstream of the supply chain are listed. The market sizes for each industry player as well as each product within the industry are listed.
The price indices for the industry until July 2012 are included in the report. Industry forecasts until the year 2016 are derived from historical data dating back by a decade and by employing advanced projection techniques. The total revenue generated by the powder metallurgy part manufacturing industry in the United States in 2011 was US $2.1 billion. The industry turned over a gross profit of 25.64%. In 2011, the industry only employed 48% of its full manufacturing capability. The total shipment by the industry in 2011 could have been raised to US $4.3 billion if operations had been carried out to full capacity. The industry does not maintain direct records of foreign trade statistics. The report however used a higher level NAICS industry to represent the foreign data pertaining to the powder metallurgy part manufacturing industry.