U.S. Nonferrous Forging Market. Analysis And Forecast to 2025
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USA Nonferrous Forging Market – U.S. Nonferrous Forging Market to Reach 2.6 billion USD by 2025
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Those sectors of the economy that benefit from the nonferrous forging market include the automotive and aerospace industries, and the oil and gas industry. The enhanced demand for nonferrous forging in the automobile sector led to this industry assuming the most significant market share. It is projected that this industry segment will drive the further growth and expansion of the nonferrous forging market. Aerospace appears as yet another industry sector to support and propel the forging market. Nonferrous forged materials are used as structural or component parts in various elements such as jet engines, helicopters, and launch vehicles. Despite the robust demand for nonferrous forging from the aerospace and car manufacturing industries, the slump in demand experienced from other markets, such as the oil and gas equipment sector and agricultural machinery manufacturing has exerted a negative impact on the manufacturers of forged ferrous and stamped metal products. In addition, selling prices have been forced down, thereby placing pressure on industry revenue.
Global economic growth is currently poor; the US economy and manufacturing sector continue to face a series of challenges that could impact performance. The capital spending forecast remains weak; capital spending appears as a key demand driver for the U.S. factory sector. This reduced capital spending has created an almost structural demand deficit for U.S. manufacturers. In addition, this sluggish capital spending trend could potentially spur a myriad of other problems with regard to future economic growth, wages, and living standards.
As a result of the factors listed above, US economic performance in the medium term is set to be moderate, and annual U.S. GDP growth is expected to equal an average of +X%. The forecast for manufacturing output growth is expected to be relatively sluggish, averaging only +X% over this period. These figures are also subject to different risk factors, including higher interest rates, a strong dollar, the as-yet unknown consequences of Brexit, and various concerns over the geopolitical tensions with regard to global trade.
Despite this relatively negative economic forecast, the food sector, chemicals, and aerospace are the industries with relatively strong growth outlooks. A modest upturn in the machinery sector is expected and enhanced capital spending is set to be the growth driver for this. The output forecast for the computer industry has also been amended to a positive performance trend, against a modestly stronger economic growth scenario.
In the private sector, the U.S. car market benefited from increased demand for car journeys as a result of the low gasoline prices, strong employment and income growth. In the immediate term, however, the demand for motor vehicles is projected to slow. As a result of this, consumers who delayed the purchase of a new car during the last recession, have already bought new vehicles to replace their old model, thereby curbing the growth in demand, and increasing competition in the lower price segment, by flooding the secondary market with a large number of used vehicles.
The aerospace industry is continuing to develop under the influence of cert various factors, present not only in the US, but world-wide: US aerospace companies are the industry leaders. Increased air-travel, economic growth and improved airline services indicate that the long-term outlook for the industry continues to remain positive.
These factors will all contribute to forging industry output growth during the forecast period. However, market growth may be restricted by increasingly stringent environmental regulations and increasing demand for plastics. Driven by the current economic recovery in the U.S., the nonferrous forging sector as a whole is expected to begin a modest upward consumption trend over the next nine years.
Market performance is forecast to accelerate, with an anticipated CAGR of +X% for the nine-year period from 2016 to 2025, which is projected to lead the market value to X million USD by the end of 2025.
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