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Average rental rates in Riyadh Office Real Estate market: Ken Research

Posted on 13 December 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

The rental rate charged by office real estate developers in Riyadh varies across different building categories as well as location. It is evident that average rental rates across major business streets such as King Fahad road and Olaya Street are much higher because of better location and infrastructure facilities. Within these areas the rent may vary depending on net area under lease, whether the company is private or government owned as well as type of company. As reported at the end of March 2013 rental rates were SAR ~for Grade B offices and SAR ~ in Grade A office buildings. Rental rate at the end of 2016 was estimated at the average value of SAR ~. Rentals were lowest in Ayesha bint Abu Bakkar road and maximum on Northern ring road.

Saudi Arabia Office Real Estate Market

Government’s aim to diversify the economy has attracted the development of manufacturing and services sector to open their businesses in Saudi Arabia creating a substantial demand for office spaces in the country. Private participation has further boosted the development and demand of office space in Saudi Arabia. Programs such as Vision 2030 were launched in April 2016 and National Transformation Program (NTP) was launched in June 2016 with an aim to develop different sectors of the economy

and country are expected to give positive boost to the economy. Riyadh will continue to lead the office real estate market in Saudi Arabia followed by Jeddah.

What is the potential of Riyadh office real estate market?

The total office real estate supply in Riyadh increased from ~ million square meters during 2013 to ~ million square meters of gross leasing area during 2016, registering a CAGR of ~% during the same period. Demand during the same period was lower than the supply. Total occupied office space increased from ~ million square meters during 2013 to approximately ~ million square meters during 2016, achieving a CAGR of ~% during the same period. Completion of Alajlan Tower (~ Sq m) and Al Tamaiouz Tower (~ Sqm), Olaya towers, MIG tower made significant contribution to the retail office space during the estimation period of 2013-2016.

Constant oversupply in the market has made the rental stay stable.On analyzing the supply demand gap market in Riyadh office real estate market it was observed that the gap was on constant increase mainly due to addition of more and more office space area even though the demand was less and vacancy of existing properties was on rise. In 2013, the office supply exceeded the demand by ~ thousand square meters which increased to ~ thousand square meters in 2016. Demand was on decline mainly due to fall in oil prices which have badly hit the economy affecting the opening and expansion of business leading to poor demand for office space rentals.

Riyadh office real estate market segmentation by location

Central Business District was the key offices real estate market in Riyadh accounting for ~% (~ Sqm) of the net GLA available for leasing and renting in 2016. Most of the office buildings are located in close proximity to King Fahad Road and Olaya Road. Many Grade A office spaces are located in this region of the city making it a prime office location in the country. The city core area supply ~% of the GLA with the average rentals in the city core which comprises locations like King Saud Road, Salahuddin Ayoubi Road range between SAR ~ to SAR ~ per square meter. The northern part has emerged as the new region for developing office spaces in the Riyadh. In 2016, only ~% of the office spaces in

Future outlook to office demand and supply

Supply of office real estate is expected to increase from ~ million square meters in 2017 to ~ million square meters in 2019 which will further rise to ~ million square meter in 2021 Completion of Riyadh metro will make north a more attractive option for new and upcoming offices. It is expected that completion of KAFD, ITCC and Nakhla tower will add an estimated ~ million square meter. This will make the northern part of Riyadh a key office destination replacing CBD. Majority of the office space developed in this area is of the A and B type. Governments plan to cut down the staff by ~% may have negative impact on the Riyadh office space market, however plans such as Vision 2030 and NTP 2020 is expected to have positive impact on the demand for office spaces in the city.

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Riyadh Office Real Estate Supply Registered CAGR of 6% during 2013-2016: Ken Research

Posted on 06 December 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

Saudi Arabia office real estate market (purchase/lease, Manufacturing and service sector contribution, Contribution of Oil and Gas Sector); Regulatory environment and Investment structure; Riyadh office real estate market by (demand and supply, Average rental rate, by location); Case Study on (Elegance Tower, Al Saedan Towers, Tijan Plaza, Hamad Tower, Tatweer Tower) 

December 2017 |Riyadh News 

  • Constant supply of office space in the market will keep the rental at constant level with very little fluctuation.
  • Demand for office space is expected to rise as contribution of banking, insurance, tourism and business processes in services sector rise in the economy.
  • Government initiatives to ease FDI and promote private participation in finance of real estate and other businesses is expected to boost the supply as well as demand market in the Riyadh office real estate market. 

Supply of office real estate is expected to register constant increase with positive CAGR during 2017-2021. As grade A and B office space development have concentrated primarily on King Fahad and Olaya roads in Al Olaya district traffic congestion, lack of parking spaces and increasing rents has led the upcoming developments scattered along different arterial roads predominantly on northern side of the city. Completion of Riyadh metro will make north a more attractive option for new and upcoming offices. It is expected that completion of KAFD, ITCC and Nakhla tower will add over a million square meters. This will make the northern part of Riyadh a key office destination replacing CBD. Majority of the office space developed in this area is of the A and B type. Governments plan to cut down the staff by 20% may have negative impact on the Riyadh office space market, however plans such as Vision 2030 and NTP 2020 are expected to have positive impact on the demand for office spaces in the city.

Demand for office real estate is expected to remain positive however rental rates will register fluctuation remaining almost constant at around its 2016 level. Governments focus on promoting financial inclusion, connectivity services and manufacturing sector will create majority of the future demand for office space in the city. Riyadh employs more than quarter of the workable population in Saudi Arabia and will continue its dominance in workforce employment creating huge demand in future. 

Ken Research in its latest study, Riyadh Office Real Estate Market by Major Projects (Elegance Tower, Al Saedan Towers, Tijan Plaza, Hamad Tower, Tatweer Tower) -Outlook to 2021, observed that North will emerge as the new centre for office real development. Dedicated areas catering to specific set of industries will boost the development of clusters which will create well defined demand for specific type of offices. Government role in easing norms for foreign investment and way of living for expats in certain areas will help it to attract best talent to develop the country and business.

Riyadh office real estate market is estimated to register a positive CAGR during 2017-2021. The report provides information on the supply and demand of office space in Riyadh along with explanation for supply and demand gap. It also covers the distribution of office space by major regions in the city and average rental rates for different types of buildings.

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Office Real Estate Market in Riyadh Led by Demand from Private Sector of Economy: Ken Research

Posted on 06 December 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

Focus on diversification of economy, promotion of manufacturing and services sector and demand from services related to rising number of industrial unit led the growth in demand for office space in Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia is a key oil exporting country in the world and in the past few years has witnessed significant rise in other form of industries and services including energy, education banking and other service. This diversification of economy has created a significant rise in demand for office spaces across the country and especially in the capital city of Riyadh. Private players are the key participants in the rental office real estate market with small contribution coming from government agencies.  During the period 2013-2016 office real estate market has registered constant increase in demand and supply with supply exceeding the demand all the time. Rentals have remained nearly constant for most of the period and were dependent on type and area of the office. Demand was maximum in the central business district which occupies the major portion of the office space supply in the the city of Riyadh.

Rising share of private participation in the economy, entry of large number of foreign companies and positive developments in services and manufacturing sector along with growing participation of Saudi and women workforce promoted the demand for office space which is expected to continue in future. Demand for office space in Riyadh may face stiff competition from office space development in Jeddah and other cities. Government support will continue to play a key in creating new jobs and diversification of economy from oil and gas creating additional demand for office space in the city.

The report titled Riyadh Office Real Estate Market by Major Projects (Elegance Tower, Al Saedan Towers, Tijan Plaza, Hamad Tower, Tatweer Tower) -Outlook to 2021by Ken Research suggested that a Total occupied office space increased from 1.9 million square meters in 2013 to approximately 2.2 million square meters during 2016, achieving a CAGR of 4.4% during the same period. In 2016, the supply demand gap continues to exist even though the delay was observed in delivery of mammoth office spaces in KAFD

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Dubai’s Improved Economic Conditions May Stabilize the Residential Market

Posted on 30 November 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

It was observed that there is a continuing growth in Dubai’s residential market during the year 2017 compared to the recent years. The second quarter report on the Dubai residential market revels that the residential value in Dubai were down indicating decline in prices. However, annual reports revels that the Dubai residential market has witnessed signs of recovery compared to previous years. Despite a apparent negative outlook in Dubai’s residential market there was some degree of hopefulness among large developers such as Emaar Properties. This firm has announced residential projects such as apartments, malls, palm beach residences, villas and hotels in various places in Dubai. Majority of the new projects launched are hopeful with attractive sales plans and offers in the residential projects.

According to the study “Dubai Residential Market Outlook to 2022”, it was obvious that Dubai population are purchasing residential places and it is not stopping. Majority of the developers say that the real estate business continues until there are sales in residential projects with new innovations. Until Dubai’s economic conditions improve there may not be any signs of rise in prices in the residential projects. With the overall investors sentiment in the residential projects and the health of the Dubai’s economy may witness a lot of variation in sales over the coming years. Major event such as sudden increase in oil prices or equivalent positive or negative outlook in Dubai’s residential market will easily shift all the dynamics in this sector.

The number of sales and rentals of residential projects in Dubai are decreasing which is a positive sign indicating affordable average apartment prices until the end the year 2017. It was predicted that Dubai’s residential market may flatten out in its growth next year along with some expectations for Expo 2020. Value added tax may be a major factor affecting the development in the residential market in the coming years. Although the forecast for the residential market indicates that it will not be affected but there is a potential increase in inflation. With such forecasts in pipeline, developers will be able to claim rebate on construction costs during sales if sold after three years after completion.

The residential market in Dubai is a challenging market and convincing people to buy is difficult task. The new trends in the coming years might focus on providing residential property at affordable prices with developers understanding the market more skilfully to offer any schemes. Developers in Dubai are increasing emphasis on digital processes and sales. Multi-platform applications are launched to helps investors and developers track the progress of all real estate development projects. It was observed that there is a decline across all sectors but Dubai real estate market show an increasing stability.

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Extension of China Cement Industry: Extensive Barriers to Entry: Ken Research

Posted on 04 October 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

Construction industry and fixed asset investment is closely related to cement which is an important building material. With the development of construction industry, the demand of cement also rises as well as cement price. Year over year there is 8.1% increase in fixed asset investment and have reached to CNY 59,650.10 billion in China. In 2016, there was also a 7.1% increase in gross output value of construction industry, which reached to CNY 19,356.70 billion in China. In addition, there was 3.2% increase in housing construction area, which was about 7,589.75 million square meters.

According to the market research report "Research Report on China Cement Industry, 2017-2021", after opening-up and China’s reform there is rapid growth of cement industry in China. There was 9.3% CAGR in past 30 years and there was 166 million tons to 2,403 million tons of output volume increase of cement market in China. Despite the fall in growth of China’s economy but still it leads worldwide. Therefore, the demand for cement remained large. From many years, china’s gross output volume of cement has been the largest globally.

There is a large barrier to entry in cement industry in China. The China cement production industry is highly fragmented by numerous enterprises because energy dependence, high transportation cost and limited sales radius are the features of cement product in China. There are over 3,000 cement producers in the end of 2016 of China. There is a low market concentration rate and existence of intense market competition of cement industry in China.

In the future period, it is expected that there will be better development prospects of cement industry in China. On 17 June 2016, there was a ‘Three years action plan’, which was proposed by government of China. There was a steady demand to cement industry as the plan included to aim 18 million suites, which further include dangerous buildings in urban areas, and dangerous suites in rural area of about 10.6 million.

According to China’s railway development plan in the forecast period, the fixed asset investment of China’s railway will reach CYN to 3.8 trillion and 30,000-kilometer railway will be newly built until 2020 in terms of infrastructure. There will be construction of subway before 2020 by the 50 cities in china in terms of urban rail transit and the total mileage will reach to 6,000 kilometer. In china’s cement, industry there will be enlargement in the scale of infrastructure construction.

Anhui Conch, CNBN (Sinoma), Taiwan cement, China resources cement, Jidong development group, Tianrui group, Jaingsu Jenfeng cement group, Shanshui (Sunncy), Lafarge Shui On cement and Asia cement are the top ten cement producers in china, which have more than half production capacity.

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Ameliorated Reforms In Japanese Single Family Residences To Boost Residential Construction In Future: Ken Research

Posted on 20 September 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

Single-family housing in Japan is an individual free-standing house or residence designed for a single family. These types of houses do not include bungalows, cabins, detached and semi-detached houses, terraced houses and townhouses. It was observed that there were some fluctuations in the Japanese single-family housing construction market in the yesteryears. The construction companies in Japan do not struggle on price and compel consumers to accumulate sufficient savings before they can afford a single-family home. Japan’s residential market possesses established standard designs, construction methods and materials that would give the residential construction industry the encouragement required to become more productive.

The productivity gaps across all construction segments in Japan are due to the lack of large-scale developments, lack of standard designs, methods, and materials. The lower productivity in single-family housing is observed due to poor organization in the traditional segment, and inefficient sales techniques. Japan’s residential construction industry is very static with a reasonable profit and wages are relatively high.

Few new, productive, successful foreign or domestic competitors are the leading players in the single-family housing construction market in Japan. The major factors affecting the growth of single-family housing construction market in Japan are the lack of public transaction information, the government home loan lending policies, tax system, and zoning codes.

According to the report, “Single-Family Housing (Construction) in Japan: Market Analytics by Category & Cost Type to 2021”, Japanese multiple-unit residences are categorised as apartments and mansions. Almost all the houses or residences in Japan include modern and traditional styles. With growing modern lifestyle in Japan, there are two patterns of residences such as the single family detached house and multiple-unit buildings owned by an individual or corporation. These residences are rented as apartments to tenants, or owned by occupants. Other types of houses for unmarried people are boarding houses for college students, dormitories for companies, and barracks for self-defence forces, police and other public employees.

In traditional Japanese houses, the size of a room can be changed by altering the partitioning which is made up of sliding doors made from wood and paper. Japanese traditional houses roofs are made of wood and clay, with tiles or thatched areas on top. The main feature of a Japanese home is the entryway which incorporates a small area to remove shoes. People step onto a raised floor after they remove their shoes and the tips of their shoes point towards the outside. The entire residence is at a raised level of this floor. Adjacent to the lower floor is a shelf to store shoes and indoor slipper are also place in this shelf. One traditional Japanese styled room is included in the residence which might be unfurnished, and is used as a family room during the day and a bedroom at night.

The tax for house is usually controlled by its building material. The odd feature of Japanese houses is they have a limited lifespan, and are generally reconstructed after a few decades. The lifespan of the wooden buildings are twenty years and concrete buildings are thirty years. Replacing the entire residential stock within a generation meant generating a lot of construction waste.

Due to high cost of housing in major Japanese cities, many individuals rent an apartment rather than owning a home. Japanese disposable home is worth nothing after fifteen years of construction, and possess environmental and financial problems. The construction market in Japan is at a booming stage but residential construction market barely experiences a growth.

The Japanese government updates all the residential building code every 10 years due to the earthquake risk. Few homes built according to green building standards in Japan depreciate more slowly than regular ones. The renovation companies in Japan identified the green building standards market and are promoting longer-lasting homes for the sake of the environment.

Majority of the single-family homes are available in the densely populated Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa, and Saitama. It was observed that Japan’s economic condition is continuing a positive growth along with the increasing demand for exported goods. Also, a positive growth was observed in the Japanese single family housing market and in the construction material. Bank’s low lending rates and consumption tax hike propelled Japan’s housing market to witness a strong growth from the year 2013.  In the yesteryears, the rental houses have consistently outperformed the single family housing because the rental units comprise of just half the floor area of a single-family owner occupied unit.

The Japanese population decline really emphasizes the seriousness of the crisis in all sectors. This situation in the country demographics challenges the impact of economy, politics, and Japanese society as a whole. The population decline in Japan has promised more problems such as less consumer spending, greater pressure on gross domestic products (GDP), wages, falling land prices and exchange rate.

With declining population in Japan, it is observed that there is an increase in number of abandoned houses and younger generation is moving to big cities. The country’s capital Tokyo, is also witnessing a rise in the abandoned homes and less people owning a home. The five year population data of Japan is depicted in the below graph.

With the decline in the population, the construction market in Japan has started to decline and will reflect these changes in the coming years. The government of Japan has implemented many measures to tackle this crisis related to population and construction sector. These changes are therefore sure to be reflected in the coming years with much more improved single family residential and green building standards.

 

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Malaysian Construction Sector to Gradually Evolve by Tapping New Opportunities: Ken Research

Posted on 19 September 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

The construction sector primarily covers the construction of buildings or engineering projects such as highways, homes and public utility buildings. Firm that involves in the preparation of sites for construction and subdividing land are included in construction sector. Construction sector includes work, additions, alterations, maintenance and repairs.

The construction of buildings or facilities associated with outdoor leisure activities for public are categorized as outdoor leisure facilities. Outdoor leisure facilities in Malaysia include theme parks, parks, playgrounds, sports and track fields, golf courses, athletics tracks, outdoor cinemas and other outdoor recreation facilities.

The construction market of the Malaysian outdoor leisure facilities has witnessed a great fluctuation with decline in the market. The construction activity includes new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition and by the cost type includes construction materials, construction equipment and construction services.

According to the report, “Leisure & Hospitality Buildings (Construction) in Malaysia: Market Analytics by Category & Cost Type to 2021”, commercial constructions in Malaysia cover construction of office buildings, sports complexes (such as athletic fields, golf courses and parks), shopping centres, and hotels excluding residential buildings. Commercial constructions market includes five categories: leisure and hospitality buildings, office buildings, outdoor leisure facilities, retail buildings and other commercial construction. The constructions of any building through which physical goods are sold are categorized under retail buildings. It includes, but is not limited to, shops, malls, department stores, supermarkets, hypermarkets, and garages and service stations. It excludes foodservice facilities, except where those facilities are components of larger retail developments.

The increase in the construction players and the introduction of new players in the construction business is sure to help the growth in the construction sector in Malaysia. Malaysia’s tourism sector is showing signs of recovery with growth in tourists’ arrivals from around the world. With the recovery in tourism, the outdoor leisure facilities in Malaysia are sure to increase paving way for more construction opportunities. The opportunities in constructions of Leisure and Hospitality buildings will help in a slow growth in the coming years.

 

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Regular Growth in the Air Ambulance Services of Japan: Ken Research

Posted on 13 September 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

Air Ambulance Aviation in Japan provides air ambulance services in the domestic and international sectors with intensive care unit facility. All the air ambulance needs, flights, helicopter, rescue operations, disaster managements, medical aid, and air ambulance services are provided on request. The main aim of the air ambulance aviation is to save the lives in challenging missions. The medical experts, and technical experts are highly qualified, aero-space medicine care, pilots and all ground staff concentrate to serve the society in a suitable way to save someone life. Air ambulance aviation in Japan is always ready to fly fully equipped even in space, with advanced cardiac life support systems, advanced trauma life support systems to save someone in need. The medical team and experienced rescue team in Japan are well trained and work together to give best results.

Air Ambulance Aviation in Japan is a flying intensive care unit through helicopter and flights with multi-speciality medical and aero space medicine care. Also, the medical experts are available 24 hours 365 days anywhere and at any time to save people. The type of air ambulances in Japan are air ambulance helicopter, air ambulance flights, air ambulance sea-plane, air ambulance space shuttle and commercial stretcher facility in passenger crafts. Air Ambulance Aviation help in transporting patients to other places for medical aid, organ transfer, search people and rescue program, disaster works, surgeries (via domestic, National, International and Space) in all most all countries.

The ambulance service in Japan was established by Japan Red Cross back in 1931 at the Osaka Branch Office. With increase in traffic accidents in Japan, a nationwide ambulance service system was initiated. The ambulance services now provide oxygen inhalation, dressing, and hemostasis. Japanese emergency medical system has serious troubles such as inadequate number of general hospitals and decreased number of patients.

According to the report, “2017-2022 Japan Air Ambulance Market Report (Status and Outlook)”, the features of the air ambulance aviations in Japan are Air ambulance Advance ICU support, medical escort  24/7, all the multi speciality, available doctor and aero nurse in air ambulance, ICU to ICU transfers (inter-hospital intensive care patients), ventilator-dependent patients, cardiac emergencies, multi-trauma cases, spinal cord/head injury, rehabilitation, transplant recipients, babies and children needing emergency, medical attention, ACLS, ITLS care, medical equipments’ transports, high-density infusion pump, cardiac monitor, ventilator, defribilter. There was a rapid development for decades in the air ambulance service industry in Japan.

The global leading competitors in the air ambulance market are AMR, PHI Air Medical, Scandinavian Air Ambulance, Express AirMed Transport, IAS Medical, Lifeguard Air Ambulance, Native American Air Ambulance, REVA Air Ambulance, Acadian, Air Methods, Air Medical Group Holdings, Rega, DRF, ADAC Service GmbH, FAI, Capital Air Ambulance, MED FLIGHT, Airmed International, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, JAIC, Deer Jet and Air Ambulance Worldwide. Geographically, the air ambulance services have been observed to be worth millions of dollars and split into several regions.

A stiff competition has been well developed among the leading competitors with the increase in the number service providers for air ambulance services in Japan. There has been an alarming increase in chronic disorders in the country such as cardiovascular conditions, which require emergency medical response. The air ambulance facilities have proved to be of great help in such life threatening situations, therefore the air ambulance services in Japan have managed to maintain a steady demand despite of being expensive.

Consumers’ awareness about air medical transport services in Japan has anticipated a continuous growth in the air ambulance services market by the year 2025. Also the global air ambulance services market is expected to grow steadily by the year 2025.

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Ameliorated Plans to Assist Increased Construction of Offices in Malaysia: Ken Research

Posted on 09 August 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

Infrastructure development is very important for a nation and vital for its economic growth. Development of infrastructure of a country is generally led by the construction and manufacturing industry of that nation. Technological innovations which are leading the various segments of this industry towards progress and various new developments are changing the way the industry is growing. Changing home buyers’ preferences and reduced labor costs are bringing to light the enormous potential that the industry holds and the vast opportunities that are there to be exploited in this industry. Further, the growing trend of automation in the construction and manufacturing industry has resulted in the reduction of costs, thus contributing to the rise of the industry.

Office buildings are those which are constructed to be used by companies or organizations so that they are able to perform their business operations that are related to the office. This category also includes those buildings as well, in which more than half of the floor space is used by offices and rest is used for other purposes, thus they are being called mixed-use buildings. The Malaysian office buildings construction market has observed some fluctuations in the recent years in terms of value and average annual growth rate.

The report titled “Office Buildings (Construction) in Malaysia: Market Analytics by Category & Cost Type to 2021” provides an in-depth and detailed analysis of the operating environment of the market. For the various players active in the value chain of the construction sector in Malaysia, it is an important tool. It is also an essential help for the new players that are poised to enter the market. Various large scale projects, both public as well as private have dominated the construction sector and the activities inherent to it over the preceding years. These are driven largely by the Malaysian government and the investors so that the five year pans launched by the Malaysian government could be successfully implemented and the nation could be transformed from a developing one to a developed one.

The 11th Malaysian Plan that has been launched by the government for the years 2016 to 2020 focuses on the construction sector of the country since transformation of the construction sectors is vital for Malaysia and is the way forward to drive the country on the path of economic growth. The 11th Plan focuses on continuing a separate program namely “Construction Industry Transformation Programme” in order to completely transform the construction industry. The programme covers the five year focus period and the market is expected to expand well in the coming years.

 

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Australian Heavy Duty Electrical Appliances to Emerge Gradually: Ken Research

Posted on 02 August 2017 by KenResearch Manufacturing And Construction ,

An electric motor is a machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Majority of the electric motors operate with the interaction magnetic field and winding current to generate force. Electric motors are classified based on electric power source type, internal construction, application, type of motion output, and other factors.

Electric generator converts mechanical energy into electrical energy to generate power during power outage. A transformer transfers electrical energy between two or more circuits through electromagnetic induction. The varying current in one coil of the transformer produces a varying magnetic field, which induces a voltage in the second coil. Power is transferred between the two coils through the magnetic field, without a metallic connection. Transformers control the alternating voltages in electric power applications.

Generator is a reliable backup power supply and is generally used in residential, industrial and commercial sectors. Oil and gas industry, power generation, healthcare, information technology, agriculture, construction and real estate are some of the applications of generators. The electric generators market is driven by factors such as lack of reliable grid infrastructure, demand for steady power supply and need for emergency backup power solutions. Nevertheless, this market in Australia faces certain drawbacks such as high operating costs, launch of solar energy, fuel cells, and wind energy.

According to the report, “Electric Motors, Generators and Transformers in Australia: ISIC 311”, technological advancements have been observed in electric motor, generator and transformers market in the recent years. This progress has demanded for higher efficient electric motor, generator system and transformers in Australia. The benefits of power efficient electric motors are longer operating life, low maintenance, and lower energy consumption.

Electric motors and generators are widely used in various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, household appliances, industrial machinery, HVAC equipment, industrial fans, blowers, pumps, compressors, lathe machines, domestic appliances, machine tools, disk drives, electric cars, power tools, automated robots and in many more areas.

The improvements and innovation of energy efficient electric motors have attracted the electric motors and generators applications in hybrid or electrical vehicles, agricultural and industrial sector. The electric motors and generators are heavy in weight coupled with high cost which is the major factors affecting the growth of the electric motor, generator and transformers market in Australia.

The major competitors in the global electric motor, generator and transformer market are namely- Asmo Co Ltd., Arc Systems, Brook Crompton, Danahar Motion LLC, Ametek Inc., Rockwell Automation, Franklin Electric Co., Inc., Siemens Ag, Johnson Electric Holdings Ltd., Ametek Inc., Allied Motion Technologies Inc., Baldor Electric Company, and Siemens.

The market growth is expected to slow down because the Australian electricity industry struggles with inadequate capacity. The leading competitors in the electricity industry are Downer Energy Systems Pty Ltd and Wilson Transformer Co Pty Ltd, who focus on the renewable sources followed by ABB Australia Pty Ltd. Though, the electricity production has increased, the domestic demand for electric equipment remains limited, thus causing a decline in the electrical motors, generators and transformers market.

Majority of the consumers are observed reducing capital expenditure on new machinery and equipment that has contributed to a downfall in the electrical motors, generators and transformers market and revenue. However, with the introduction of wind and solar power plants; the electrical motors, generators and transformers market is sure to recover and grow (at a slow pace) in the coming years.

 

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