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Alloy Steel Ingots and Other Primary Forms (Excluding of Stainless Steel): European Union Market Outlook and Forecast till 2018

DUBLIN, Ireland, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6d72pv/alloy_steel) has announced the addition of the "Alloy Steel Ingots and Other Primary Forms (Excluding of Stainless Steel): European Union Market Outlook and Forecast till 2018" report to their offering.
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The report provides a complete overview of the alloy steel ingots and other primary forms (excluding of stainless steel) market in EU countries in a comprehensive and easily accessed format. Market current state, historical figures and future development are in the report.

Scope

  • The report gives in-depth analysis of the European Union market for alloy steel ingots and other primary forms (excluding of stainless steel) with data for EU in total and by country
  • Current statistics, historical background and forecast are included
  • Data on production, consumption, prices, and trade statistics are among key points considered in the study
  • The report presents profiles of leading EU manufacturers and major suppliers
  • Consumers of alloy steel ingots and other primary forms (excluding of stainless steel) in EU market are listed
  • Alloy steel ingots and other primary forms (excluding of stainless steel) market prospects are given (incl. trends in consumption, production and prices)

The benefits of buying the Report are as follows:

  • The report provides unique analysis of internal and external factors that affect the market
  • Company's business and sales activities will be boosted by gaining an insight into the alloy steel ingots and other primary forms (excluding of stainless steel) market in EU peculiarities
  • The report will help you to find prospective partners and suppliers
  • Detailed analysis provided in the report will assist and strengthen your company's decision-making processes


Key Topics Covered:

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Alloy Steel Ingots and Other Primary Forms (Excluding of Stainless Steel): properties and uses
1.2. Manufacturing process

2. EUROPEAN UNION MARKET FOR ALLOY STEEL INGOTS AND OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING OF STAINLESS STEEL) (2008-2012)
2.1. Market for Alloy steel ingots and other primary forms in the EU countries (2008-2012)

3. LOCAL MARKETS FOR ALLOY STEEL INGOTS AND OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING OF STAINLESS STEEL) (2008-2012)
3.1. Czech Republic
3.2. Germany
3.3. France
3.4. Austria
3.5. Poland
3.6. Romania
3.7. Slovenia
3.8. Finland

4. PROSPECTS OF THE MARKET FOR ALLOY STEEL INGOTS AND OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING OF STAINLESS STEEL) (2013-2018)
4.1. Production forecast
4.2. Consumption forecast
4.3. Price forecast

5. LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF ALLOY STEEL INGOTS AND OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING OF STAINLESS STEEL) IN THE EU COUNTRIES

6. SUPPLIERS OF ALLOY STEEL INGOTS AND OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING OF STAINLESS STEEL) IN THE EU COUNTRIES (INCL. CONTACT DETAILS)

7. CONSUMERS OF ALLOY STEEL INGOTS AND OTHER PRIMARY FORMS (EXCLUDING OF STAINLESS STEEL) IN THE EU COUNTRIES

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6d72pv/alloy_steel


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