The Global Hydraulic Equipment Market Size is estimated to be grow USD xx.xx billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD xx.xx billion by 2025, recording a CAGR of x.x% over the forecast period. Hydraulic equipment uses the pressurized fluid to generate the power. These fluids can be either water or oil. Rising building and construction activities is the major factor which is driving the growth of the global hydraulic equipment market. Construction activities have been rising around the world, mainly in developing economies. Residential sector is one of the important growth sector in the construction industry.
The North America accounted for one of the fastest growing hydraulic equipment market share, with rising infrastructure opportunities in the innovative economies such as the United States, this area will remain to continue to lead the market over the forecast period.
The global hydraulic equipment market is segmented based on application, product, end-use, and geography. By product, this market is classified into motors, filters, cylinders, valves, accumulators, pumps, transmissions and others. Based on application, the hydraulic equipment market is classified as mobile and industrial. The mobile segment values for almost xx% of the hydraulic equipment market and it is expected to grow one of the leading market over forecast period. By end-use, the global hydraulic equipment market is categorized as food & beverage, water and wastewater, oil & gas, automotive, renewable energy, plastics, machine tools, hydraulic press, simulators, entertainment and others. Geographically, this market is sub-segmented into Europe, North America, Europe, South America, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World.
The incessant replacement of hydraulic usage with full of electrical systems is one of the major factors hindering the progress or growth of global hydraulic equipment market. Various mobile applications are using electronic equipment related with hydraulic equipment, it turn positive impact on the growth of hydraulic equipment market during the forecast period.
Global hydraulic equipment market: Trends
The growing diffusion of IoT and digitization in hydraulic devices is a key trend of global hydraulic equipment market. The IoT technology used for defining connector leakage or hydraulic hose failure which is one of the main issue with hydraulic systems.
.Global hydraulic equipment market: Key Players
- Bosch Rexroth
- Parker Hannifin
- Kawasaki Heavy Industries
- Wipro Infrastructure Enginieering
- Dongyang Mechatronics
- Brevini Fluid Power
Global hydraulic equipment market: Segmentation
- Water and Wastewater
- Oil and Gas
- Machine Tools
- Hydraulic Press
- Pump and Motor
- North America
- South America
- Rest of the world
Global hydraulic equipment market: Drivers
- Renewed funds in infrastructure
- Attention on energy efficiency
- Rising diffusion of smart solutions
What to expect from the upcoming report on ‘Global Hydraulic Equipment Market’:
- Analysis of future prospects as well as global hydraulic equipment market trends over the forecast period (2018-2025)
- Information regarding technological progressions as well as innovations taking place in developing as well as developed economies and also various macro & microeconomic factors that affect the growth of the market.
- Supportive initiatives by government likely to influence the market dynamics.
- Key drivers influencing market’s growth, opportunities, restraints, sales channels and distributors.
- In-depth analysis of different market segmentations including end-user, application, manufacturing process and geographical regions.
- Deep analysis about the competitive landscape of the market and the initiatives by them to improve this market such as expansions, growth strategies, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market
- Value Chain and Sales Channels Analysis
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