Research and Markets Announces the Release of 'Global Non-Automotive Small Diesel Engines: Detailed Inputs on Market Insights, Opportunities and Challenges'

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This report discusses the global non-automotive small diesel engine market in the year 2011 along with forecasts till 2016.

Globally non-automotive small diesel engine market (<100 HP) is a very complex and heterogeneous market which encompasses end application segments of construction, agriculture, industrial, marine and auxiliary power segments. Emerging economies are likely to contribute to around 70 percent of the global economy by 2025 displaying the inherent potential which the regions hold. Investment-friendly initiatives and policies endorsed by governments, which are aimed to improve infrastructure, will aid the construction industry while modernisation of agriculture practices in developing economies will improve demand for agricultural equipment. Shortage of electricity in few regions will sustain the use of auxiliary power equipment till the near future. So, in nut shell, diesel engines shall continue to be the main power horse driving various equipment, although it may see increasing challenges from electricity and batteries.

This report discusses the global non-automotive small diesel engine market in the year 2011 along with forecasts till 2016. Topics covered in the report include World diesel engine production; Production in Asia, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), North America and South America; World diesel engine market including sales by geography, power output, end user segment; World diesel engine market in emerging economies of Asia, Africa and South America; Competitor analysis; SWOT Analysis and recommendations to engine manufacturers. All this for <100 hp segment.

The information contained in the report has been obtained by performing extensive research (more than 500+ interactions) over the past two years by interviewing industry experts, examining export and import data of various countries and other relevant information, meanwhile constantly updating our databases. It has been captured and structured in a manner which is unique and different from any existing reports or publicly available information. Lack of market intelligence on non-automotive engines market is the primary reason for Knowledgefaber to focus on this segment.

The report will be useful to diesel engine manufacturers (non-automotive/automotive) industry by making them understand the current scenario of the market in terms of key end user segments, attractive geographies and competitor know-how. The report will help manufacturers to:

a) Benchmarking and performance monitoring: Market size numbers in the report have been collected through exhaustive primary and secondary research and can serve as benchmark to assess the sales performance and devise business plans for both new and entrenched players.

b) Devising market-entry strategy: Knowledgefaber report provides detailed information about end application segments of construction, agri, industrial, auxiliary and other equipment industry landscape and can serve as an input for devising effective market entry strategy for any new player.

c) Planning business expansion and diversification: Knowledgefaber report provides a clear indication of the attractiveness of various product lines and technologies and can serve as an input for identification of diversification opportunities.

d) Supply chain optimization: Non Asian manufacturers can really gain insights from this report to localize production chain in these geographies and can benefit from enhanced Value play.

For more information, please go to http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/38kg73/global_non

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