For years SBI has examined a wide range of industrial markets and produced several research studies useful to companies interested in the manufacturing, construction, and equipment markets.
To maximize market research dollars, we've assembled one PDF featuring three critical manufacturing & construction research studies. Each study provides a comprehensive collection of information, insight, and unique analysis not offered in any other single source, including: forecasts, industry trends, products, competitive profiles, market dynamics, and much more.
Each report is created by SBI analysts using our well-respected methodology of consolidating both primary and secondary research data from a variety of relevant and highly credible sources.
The three following manufacturing & construction topics, representing 475 pages of information, are detailed in this bundle.
1) U.S. Market for Construction Machinery Manufacturing
U.S. Market for Construction Machinery Manufacturing is a comprehensive report that provides an in-depth look at the state of the construction machinery manufacturing industry as it faced the housing and construction downturn in late 2007. Forecasts extend to 2011 and are shaped by the faltering economy. Included in this report are data and analysis of shipments, imports and exports; and apparent consumption of the U.S. market. The report also covers major trends affecting the industry including residential versus non-residential construction markets; general economic factors and in-depth profiles as well as discussions of marketing and distribution efforts of key players.
2) Green Building Materials in the U.S.
Green Building Materials in the U.S. explores and exposes the issues, trends and markets that are being driven by the green boom. It looks primarily at demand for green building products by tracking project types, occupant types, project locations and building sizes. The report also examines several specific, key product groups including Wood and Lumber Products, Siding, Thermal Insulation, Flooring and Millwork. Because of the report’s “buy side” focus, the report does not attempt to assess all possible green products and product categories.
3) Thermal Insulation Market in the U.S.
Thermal Insulation Market in the U.S. contains comprehensive data on the U.S. market supply for thermal insulation products used to insulate buildings, industrial equipment and appliances, defined as comprising the following categories:
- Mineral wool insulation used in the construction, industrial equipment and appliance industries
- Plastic foam insulation used in construction
Growth in the construction and remodeling industries, combined with concerns over rising energy costs and noise pollution, are fueling market demand for thermal insulation. Uses of thermal insulation are wide and varied, creating many opportunities for manufacturers to find potential business. This report examines the shipment data, market factors, competitors and end users that will contribute to shipments in this market reaching $10.7 billion by 2010.