Insulated Wire & Cable study
Insulated Wire & Cable study Description:Coaxial and other types of electronic wire and cable will continue to post good gains due to technological innovations in advanced electronic signal transmission methods.Demand for insulated wire and cable in the US is forecast to rise over four percent annually (including price increases) through 2006, approaching $26 billion. The best growth prospects will be for high-end products such as fiber optic, coaxial and multiconductor wire and cable. Fiber optic cable is expected to have the best long-term growth prospects, as it continues to extend beyond long distance communications applications and into markets such as multimedia. Coaxial and other copper-based electronic cable will continue to register gains, benefitting from technological innovations in advanced electronic signal transmission methods.Original equipment markets like industrial machinery will experience slowing production increases,adversely impacting demand for wire and cable in these settings. Export opportunities are best for more advanced products such as fiber optic cable, since these products are used in the construction of telecommunications structures in developing nations. The study includes historical data for the years 1992, 1996, 2001 and forecasts for 2006 and 2011 by products and market. It also presents market share and profiles nearly 40 selected US industry participants. The study is 271 pages and $3800.
Insulated Wire & Cable study was added in Jun 2002
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