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•The total Australia-New Zealand (ANZ) industrial valves and actuators market is in the growth stage. Market revenue in 2013 totaled $ x million— % higher than 2012. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of x % from 2013 to 2018.
•The market is dependent on mining, oil, and gas exploration. Infrastructure investments in power generation and water and wastewater treatment are expected to drive growth in the long term.
•In the industrial valves segment, quarter-turn valves were in greatest demand in 2013, with a market share of x %. Control valves had a x % share, and multi-turn valves, about x %. Among quarter-turn valves, ball and butterfly valves are extensively used because of their compact size and reliability.
•Queensland, Northern Territory, and Western Australia are considered to be the growth hotspots in Australia for oil and gas and mining activities.
•Widespread mining applications and coal seam gas (CSG) explorations are expected to create demand for wireless monitoring of valves that enable end users to manage the manufacturing process in remote locations.
•Multi-turn gate and globe valves and quarter-turn valves combined with actuators produce energy-efficient results in the mining industry.
Opportunities are expected to increase for valve manufacturers to set up ANZ plants to be closer to end users.
Short delivery times and complete aftermarket service and support help manufacturers sustain growth.
Channel partners require education about product portfolios and service offerings to increase brand awareness.
Valves and actuators are increasingly being installed because of the advantages of having wireless control in remote locations.
Companies globally remain cautious about spending, which is reflected in the growing retrofit market that reduces new investment.
A valve regulates the flow of a medium—liquid or gas—or pressure within a system.
•A control valve responds to signals from controllers that compare a set point to a value provided by change-monitoring sensors and adjusts conditions such as flow, pressure, temperature, or liquid level by fully or partially opening or closing.
•A multi-turn valve requires multiple turns of the stem to open or close it. Types include gate, globe, pinch, diaphragm, and needle valves.
•A quarter-turn valve requires a 90-degree turn of the stem to open or close it. Types include ball, butterfly, and plug valves. An actuator controls a valve with a motor, piston, or other device.
•A hydraulic actuator uses pressurized liquid—usually water or oil—to automatically or semi-automatically position the valve.
•A pneumatic actuator uses air pressure to operate the valve.
•An electric actuator remotely controls a valve with a reversible motor connected to it through a gear.
Oil and Gas: The industry comprises exploration, pipelines, terminal distribution, and other processes up to the point of shipment to customers. Support service providers for sub-industries are not included.
Power Generation: The industry includes processes involved in the production of energy—from coal or nuclear power plants to alternative and renewable sources. It does not include power transmission and distribution.
Metals and Mining: Includes exploration for and retrieval of metals and coal, metallurgical processes such as casting and rolling, and metalworking. The processing of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals is considered as a part of this industry.
Water and Wastewater Treatment: The industry includes water treatment systems, water storage, and water supply and distribution networks that provide clean, potable water to people and industrial facilities.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
Is the ANZ control valves and actuators market growing? How long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
Are the existing competitors structured correctly to meet customer needs?
What are the major application segments for industrial valves and actuators? How are they expected to grow during the forecast period?
What trends is the market witnessing that will either drive or restrain it?
Are the products/services offered today meeting customer needs, or is additional development needed?
Who are the major market participants? How is the competition tackled?
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