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Review of the Russian watt-hour meters market 2012

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Review of the Russian watt-hour meters market 2012

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In 2012, The Russian market of watt-hour meters showed an upward trend development in connection with the sustainable growth of the economy of the Russian Federation and also with the replacement of old watt-hour meters.

According to experts, the market volume in 2012 compared to 2011 increased by about 10%.

In 2012, the share of domestic production of watt-hour meters in overall market was approximately 95%, while the share of imports amounted to 15%. The share of exports in the market was about 12%.

In the structure of the Russian market, single-phase wattmeters constituted the largest share of the market (about 66%), and three-phase wattmeters reached approximately 33%.

Watt-hour meters imports were about 17% of Russian market. China and Bulgaria were the main importers of watt-hour meters in Russia, during the 2012, this countries brought in Russia more than 85% of all foreign watt-hour meters.

The leaders in the production of watt-hour meters were NPO Incotex, LLC and Electro plants "Energomera", CJSC

This research highlights these aspects of the market of watt-hour meters:
• General characteristic of the market and adjacent markets;
• Market structure (including production domestic volumes and export-import volumes, positions of key players, price segmentation)
• Development trends, historical data and forecast
• Review of distribution systems
• Profiles of key market players
• Mid-range forecast of market development

Reach goal

To evaluate the complex market of watt-hour meters

Range segmentation

• Single-phase wattmeter
• Three-phase wattmeter

The place of the research

Russian Federation

The main stages and methodology

There are 2 stages:
1 stage. Market test.
Method: Desk research.
• Gathering and analysis of state statistics data provided by the Federal Customs Service of RF, Federal State Statistics Service of RF;
• Monitoring of mass media: federal, regional and specialized printed editions;
• Specialized databases;
• Industry statistics;
• Internet-sources: market participants' web-sites, specialized web-portals, etc.;
• Data provided by rating agencies;
• Searching work based on inquiries at infrastructure enterprises of the investigated market (marketing agencies, servicing markets, expert companies, independent experts, analytical companies, etc.).

2 stage. Qualitative research.
• Expert and legend telephone interviews with the major Russian and foreign manufacturers and distributors. During this research there are not less than 6 interviews.

Characteristics of the project 4

Section 1. General market characteristics 11
1.1. Current state of the watt-hour meters 11
1.2. Market development factors 12

Section 2. Structural analysis 15
2.1. Market volume and market structure in physical terms, 2012 15
2.2. Market volume segmentation as regards range segmentation, 2012 15
2.3. Market volume segmentation as regards product origins (domestic/imported), 2012 16
2.4. Market volume segmentation as regards manufacturers, 2012 18
2.5. Imports of watt-hour meters, 2012 20
2.5.1. Imports segmentation of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation 20
2.5.2. Import segmentation of watt-hour meters as regards countries of origin 20
2.5.3. Import segmentation of watt-hour meters as regards manufacturers 21

2.6. Exports of watt-hour meters, 2012 23
2.6.1. Segmentation of domestic manufacture of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation 23
2.6.2. Segmentation of domestic manufacture of watt-hour meters as regards countries destination 23
2.7. Domestic manufacture of the market of watt-hour meters in volume terms, 2012 24
2.7.1. Segmentation of domestic manufacture of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation 25
2.7.2. Segmentation of domestic manufacture of watt-hour meters as regards manufacturers 25
2.8. Market structural map 26
2.9. Price segmentation (analysis of upper, middle and lower segments) 28
2.10. Consumer segmentation 29

Section 3. Profiles of key manufactures (contact information, information about the company, market share, sales geography): 30
3.1. NPO Incotex, LLC 30
3.2. Electro plants "Energomera", CJSC 32
3.3. NNPO im. MV Frunze, JSC 34
3.4. MZEP, CJSC 36
3.5. LEMZ, JSC 38
3.6. Shenzhen Inhemeter Co 40
3.7. Summary table of the profiles of key manufacturers 41

Section 4. Conclusions and market development forecast 42

APPENDIX 1. Macroeconomic indicators 44
1.1. GDP 44
1.2. Main indicators of industrial production 45
1.3. Foreign Economic Activities 46
1.4. Russia and WTO 48
1.5. Inflation 49
1.6. Adjacent markets 51
1.6.1. Energy industry 51

Tables

Table 1 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters, 2012. (Units, %)
Table 2 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation, 2012. (Units, %)
Table 3 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters as regards transmission technology, 2012 (Units, %)
Table 4 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters in the context of the origin of products, 2012, (Units, %)
Table 5 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters as regard manufactures, 2012 (Units, %)
Table 6 Imports Volume of watt-hour meters 2012, (Units, %)
Table 7 Imports volume of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation 2012, (Units, %)
Table 8 Imports Volume of watt-hour meters by country of origin 2012, (Units, %)
Table 9 Imports volume of watt-hour meters as regards importers 2012, (Units, %)
Table 10 Domestic production volume of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation 2012, RF (Units, %)
Table 11 Exports Volume of watt-hour meters by countries, RF, 2012. (Units, %)
Table 12 Domestic production volume of watt-hour meters as regard segmentation 2012, RF (Units, %)
Table 13 Domestic production volume of watt-hour meters as regard manufactures, 2012, (Units, %)
Table 14 Price segmentation of the market by type of watt-hour meters (RUB, Units)

Diagrams

Diagram 1 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters 2012, (%)
Diagram 2 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters as regards range segmentation, 2012. (%)
Diagram 3 Russian market volume of watt-hour meters as regards transmission technology, 2012. (%)
Diagram 4 Market segmentations of watt-hour meters as regard manufactures, 2012, (%)
Diagram 5 Market segmentation of watt-hour meters in the context of the origin of products , 2012
Diagram 6 Imports Volume of watt-hour meters by country of origin 2012, (%)
Diagram 7 Market segmentation of watt-hour meters by destination, (%)
Diagram 8 Domestic production volume of watt-hour meters in the context of the origin of products, 2012, (%)

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