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World Pumps Market

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Global demand to rise 6.4% annually through 2016

Global demand for pumps is forecast to rise 6.4 percent per year through 2016 to $75.4 billion. Although growth will be healthy across the globe (spurred by recovery from the recent economic downturn), the drivers of growth will vary by region. Advances in developing areas such as China and India will result from industrialization, as investment in water infrastructure and electricity generation grows. In developed areas, continued gains in manufacturing output will provide gains in the process manufacturing market. Oil producing nations such as those in the Middle East will see advances due to strong drilling activity. In the US, demand will benefit from the boom in hydraulic fracturing in the oil and gas market.

Improved designs to benefit positive displacement & centrifugal pumps

Among product types, positive displacement pumps will benefit from growth in process manufacturing activity, while the centrifugal pump segment will see gains from growing demand for more versatile, low-maintenance pump models. Each of these segments will also benefit from the development of improved pump designs and the use of new materials.

Process manufacturing market to post strong gains

Process manufacturing will post strong gains in pump demand, driven by growing output in many industries.

Rising standards of living will boost greater capacity in process manufacturing in developed regions. In addition, more stringent environmental regulations will help generate process manufacturing demand for more efficient and better performing fluid handling pumps in developed nations.

Pump demand in the oil and gas market will be fueled by a substantial increase in oil production as the world economy rebounds from the general economic weakness triggered by the 2009 global recession. Growth in oil and gas investment is expected to be especially strong in developing regions, where improving infrastructure will contribute to more drilling activity.

Advances in pump demand in the water infrastructure market will result from two key factors: in developing nations, access to water supply and sanitation will be increased; in developed nations, aging water infrastructure will need repair and upgrade. For example, many current water systems across the world have pipelines over 50 years old, leading to increased main breaks. These trends will benefit demand for water infrastructure equipment such as pumps.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, World Pumps, is available for $6400. It presents historical demand data (2001, 2006, 2011) plus forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by product, market, world region and for 36 countries. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share, and profiles 38 global industry participants.




TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION xiii

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4


World Economic Overview 5


Recent Historical Trends 6


Macroeconomic Outlook 7


World Fixed Investment Overview 11


World Energy Overview 14


Energy Supplies 15


Energy Demand 17


World Oil Industry Trends 19


Crude Production 20


Refined Products 22


Water Utilization Trends 25


World Construction & Infrastructure Trends 28


Pricing Patterns 30


Technology & Material Trends 32


Materials 33


Product Design 34



III. WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND 36

General 36


Demand by Region 37


Production by Region 41


International Trade 43


Demand by Product 45


Centrifugal 48


Positive Displacement 50


Rotary 52


Reciprocating 54


Diaphragm 56


Other Pumps 58


Oilfield 60


Turbine 62


Specialty & All Other Pumps 64


Drivers, Parts, & Accessories 66


Demand by Market 69


Process Manufacturers 71


Water Infrastructure 73


Oil & Gas 76


Other 79



IV. NORTH AMERICA 82

General 82


Pump Supply & Demand 83


Pump Outlook & Suppliers 85


United States 87


Canada 95


Mexico 102



V. WESTERN EUROPE 109

General 109


Pump Supply & Demand 110


Pump Outlook & Suppliers 113


Germany 115


France 121


United Kingdom 125


Italy 133


Spain 139


Netherlands 144


Other Western Europe 150


Austria 157


Sweden 157


Switzerland 158


Belgium 159


Denmark 159


All Other 160



VI. ASIA/PACIFIC 162

General 162


Pump Supply & Demand 163


Pump Outlook & Suppliers 166


China 168


Japan 177


India 182


South Korea 190


Australia 195


Indonesia 202


Taiwan 209


Thailand 214


Other Asia/Pacific 220


Singapore 226


Malaysia 226


All Other 227



VII. OTHER REGIONS 228

Central & South America 228


Brazil 233


Other Central & South America 239


Argentina 245


Venezuela 245


All Other Central & South America 247


Eastern Europe 248


Russia 253


Other Eastern Europe 260


Poland 266


Czech Republic 267


Ukraine 268


Hungary 269


All Other Eastern Europe 269


Africa/Mideast 270


Saudi Arabia 276


Iran 282


Other Africa/Mideast 287


Turkey 295


South Africa 295


All Other Africa/Mideast 296



VIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 298

General 298


Industry Composition 299


Market Share 301


Manufacturing 305


Product Development 306


Marketing & Distribution 307


Mergers, Acquisitions, & Divestitures 308


Cooperative Agreements 312


Company Profiles 316


A-C Fire Pump Systems, see Xylem


Alfa Laval AB 317


American Machine and Tool, see Gorman-Rupp


ASSA ABLOY AB 319


Aurora Pump, see Pentair


Baker Hughes Incorporated 320


Banjo, see IDEX


Bell & Gossett, see Xylem


Binks, see Graco


Blagdon Pump, see IDEX


Blakers Pump Engineers Proprietary, see ITT


Cardo Flow Solutions, see Sulzer


ClydeUnion Pumps, see SPX


Corken, see IDEX


Crane Company 323


Danaher Corporation 326


Delta Environmental Products, see Pentair


Dresser, see General Electric


Ebara Corporation 328


Eccentric Pumps, see Graco


Fairbanks Nijhuis, see Pentair


FE Myers, see Pentair


Flojet, see Xylem


Flowserve Corporation 333


Flowtronex PSI, see Xylem


Flygt, see Xylem


Gardner Denver Incorporated 338


Gasboy, see Danaher


Gast Manufacturing, see IDEX


General Electric Company 342


Gilbarco Veeder-Root, see Danaher


Godiva, see IDEX


Godwin Pumps of America, see Xylem


Gorman-Rupp Company 345


Goulds Pumps, see ITT


Goulds Water Technology, see Xylem


Graco Incorporated 349


Grundfos Holding A/S 353


Hale Products, see IDEX


Haskel International, see United Technologies


Hidrotecar, see Sulzer


Hydromatic Pump, see Pentair


Hypro, see Pentair


IDEX Corporation 361


Illinois Tool Works Incorporated 367


Ingersoll-Rand plc 368


ITT Corporation 370


Jabsco, see Xylem


John Wood Group plc 373


Jung Pumpen US, see Pentair


Knight, see IDEX


KSB AG 375


Kubota Corporation 380


Laing, see Xylem


Lawrence Pumps, see Flowserve


Lowara, see Xylem


Marlow Pumps, see Xylem


Metso Corporation 381


Micropump, see IDEX


Milton Roy, see United Technologies


Moyno, see Robbins & Myers


National Pump, see Gorman-Rupp


Nikkiso-KSB, see KSB


Nocchi Pompe, see Pentair


Oberdorfer Pumps, see Gardner Denver


OBL, see IDEX


Onga, see Pentair


Patterson Pump, see Gorman-Rupp


Pentair Limited 385


Procon Products, see Standex International


Pulsafeeder, see IDEX


Putzmeister Holding, see SANY Heavy Industry


R&M Energy Systems, see Robbins & Myers


Red Jacket Water Products, see Xylem


Richter Chemie-Technik, see IDEX


Robbins & Myers Incorporated 393


Robuschi, see Gardner Denver


Rule, see Xylem


SAMPI, see IDEX


SANY Heavy Industry Company Limited 396


Sapphire Engineering, see IDEX


Saudi Pump Factory 398


Schlumberger Limited 399


Shanghai East Pump Group Company Limited 401


Shanghai Electric-KSB Nuclear Pumps and Valves, see


KSB


Shanghai Kaiquan Pump Group Company Limited 403


Shanghai Liancheng Group Company Limited 404


SHURflo, see Pentair


SIHI BV 405


SPX Corporation 407


Sta-Rite Industries, see Pentair


Standex International Corporation 413


Sulzer Limited 415


Sundyne, see United Technologies


Tarby, see Robbins & Myers


Trebor International, see IDEX


United Technologies Corporation 423


Viking Pump, see IDEX


Warren Rupp, see IDEX


Weatherford International Limited 426


Weir Group plc 429


Wilo SE 434


Wright Flow Technologies, see IDEX


Xylem Incorporated 437





LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3



SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region 11


2 World Gross Fixed Investment by Region 13


3 World Energy Production by Type 17


4 World Primary Energy Consumption by Region 19


5 World Oil Products Supply 20


6 World Crude Oil Production by Region 22


7 World Refined Petroleum Products Production by Region 25


8 World Water Use by Region 27


9 World Construction Expenditures by Region 30



SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND

1 World Pump Demand by Region 39


2 World Pump Shipments by Region 42


3 World Pump Net Exports by Region 45


4 World Pump Demand by Product 47


5 World Centrifugal Pump Demand by Region 50


6 World Positive Displacement Pump Demand by Region 52


7 World Rotary Pump Demand by Region 54


8 World Reciprocating Pump Demand by Region 56


9 World Diaphragm Pump Demand by Region 58


10 World Demand for Other Pumps Demand


by Product & Region 59


11 World Oilfield Pump Demand by Region 62


12 World Turbine Pump Demand by Region 64


13 World Specialty & All Other Pump Demand by Region 66


14 World Drivers, Parts, & Accessories Demand by Region 69


15 World Pump Demand by Market 70


16 World Process Manufacturers' Pump Demand by Region 73


17 World Water Infrastructure Pump Demand by Region 76


18 World Oil & Gas Pump Demand by Region 79


19 World Other Pump Markets Demand by Region 81



SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA

1 North America: Pump Supply & Demand 84


2 North America: Pump Demand by Type & Market 86


3 United States: Pump Supply & Demand 91


4 United States: Pump Demand by Type & Market 94


5 Canada: Pump Supply & Demand 98


6 Canada: Pump Demand by Type & Market 101


7 Mexico: Pump Supply & Demand 105


8 Mexico: Pump Demand by Type & Market 108



SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE

1 Western Europe: Pump Supply & Demand 112


2 Western Europe: Pump Demand by Type & Market 114


3 Germany: Pump Supply & Demand 117


4 Germany: Pump Demand by Type & Market 120


5 France: Pump Supply & Demand 123


6 France: Pump Demand by Type & Market 125


7 United Kingdom: Pump Supply & Demand 129


8 United Kingdom: Pump Demand by Type & Market 132


9 Italy: Pump Supply & Demand 136


10 Italy: Pump Demand by Type & Market 138


11 Spain: Pump Supply & Demand 142


12 Spain: Pump Demand by Type & Market 144


13 The Netherlands: Pump Supply & Demand 147


14 The Netherlands: Pump Demand by Type & Market 149


15 Other Western Europe: Pump Supply & Demand 152


16 Other Western Europe: Pump Demand by Type & Market 154


17 Other Western Europe: Pump Demand by Country 156



SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC

1 Asia/Pacific: Pump Supply & Demand 165


2 Asia/Pacific: Pump Demand by Type & Market 167


3 China: Pump Supply & Demand 172


4 China: Pump Demand by Type & Market 176


5 Japan: Pump Supply & Demand 180


6 Japan: Pump Demand by Type & Market 182


7 India: Pump Supply & Demand 186


8 India: Pump Demand by Type & Market 189


9 South Korea: Pump Supply & Demand 193


10 South Korea: Pump Demand by Type & Market 195


11 Australia: Pump Supply & Demand 198


12 Australia: Pump Demand by Type & Market 201


13 Indonesia: Pump Supply & Demand 205


14 Indonesia: Pump Demand by Type & Market 208


15 Taiwan: Pump Supply & Demand 212


16 Taiwan: Pump Demand by Type & Market 214


17 Thailand: Pump Supply & Demand 217


18 Thailand: Pump Demand by Type & Market 219


19 Other Asia/Pacific: Pump Supply & Demand 222


20 Other Asia/Pacific: Pump Demand by Type & Market 224


21 Other Asia/Pacific: Pump Supply & Demand by Country 225



SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS

1 Central & South America: Pump Supply & Demand 230


2 Central & South America: Pump Demand


by Type & Market 232


3 Brazil: Pump Supply & Demand 236


4 Brazil: Pump Demand by Type & Market 238


5 Other Central & South America: Pump Supply & Demand 241


6 Other Central & South America: Pump Demand


by Type & Market 243


7 Other Central & South America: Pump Demand by Country 244


8 Eastern Europe: Pump Supply & Demand 250


9 Eastern Europe: Pump Demand by Type & Market 252


10 Russia: Pump Supply & Demand 256


11 Russia: Pump Demand by Type & Market 259


12 Other Eastern Europe: Pump Supply & Demand 262


13 Other Eastern Europe: Pump Demand by Type & Market 264


14 Other Eastern Europe: Pump Demand by Country 266


15 Africa/Mideast: Pump Supply & Demand 273


16 Africa/Mideast: Pump Demand by Type & Market 275


17 Saudi Arabia: Pump Supply & Demand 279


18 Saudi Arabia: Pump Demand by Type & Market 281


19 Iran: Pump Supply & Demand 284


20 Iran: Pump Demand by Type & Market 286


21 Other Africa/Mideast: Pump Supply & Demand 290


22 Other Africa Mideast: Pump Demand by Type & Market 293


23 Other Africa/Mideast: Pump Demand by Country 294



SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Pump Sales by Company, 2011 300


2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 310


3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 313





LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 World Gross Fixed Investment by Region, 2011 14


2 World Pump Price Index, 2001-2021 32



SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND

1 World Pump Demand by Region, 2011 40


2 Additional Pump Demand, 2016 vs. 2011 40


3 World Pump Shipments by Region, 2011 43


4 World Pump Demand by Product, 2011 48


5 World Pump Demand by Market, 2011 71



SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Pump Market Share, 2011 302

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