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Report on the US Ball and Roller Bearing Industry

Market research solution provider, Research and Markets has included a new report titled, “Ball and Roller Bearing Manufacturing Industry in the U.S. and its International Trade [2012 Q3 Edition]” to its product offering.

The report spans 171 pages and offers up to date information on the global market and domestic market and the opportunities for growth available for the ball and roller bearing industry. The updated data on inventories, shipment and trade till July 2012 are presented in the report. Industry forecast up to the year 2016 is offered by using sophisticated projection tools that take the effects of the recent economic downturn into consideration.

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The key financial parameters pertaining to the industry are included. An analysis of the industry’s competitive landscape is provided in the report. Information on cost and pricing for the ball and roller bearing industry in the United States is presented.

The report details the structure of the industry’s supply chain. The major players operating within the industry are listed. A list of government agencies that play a role in the formulation of policies and regulations pertaining to the ball and roller bearings industry is provided along with the list of organizations that are in the forefront for setting the industry standards. The ball and roller bearings industry registered a gross profit of 38.88% in 2011 on the strength of revenues valued at US $6.1 billion. The import value from 68 countries was pegged at US $2.9 billion. The industry witnessed exports to 165 countries that are worth US $2.4 billion. The total domestic demand derived from exports and import values is US $6.6 billion.

 

source: Azom.com

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