BusinesStat estimates that in the period from 2008 to 2012 sales of screw springs from ferrous metals in the world grew by 9.9%, reaching 2.79 million tons in 2012. The decrease was recorded only in 2009 - by 19.1 % relative to the previous year. The largest increase in sales was recorded in 2010 - by 25.3%.
In 2008-2012, China and the United States were the leaders in sales of ferrous helical springs in the world: these countries accounted for an average of 27% and 9.7% of global sales. The largest sales growth in 2008–2012 was recorded in Turkey and Russia: ¬– 45 and 41%, respectively.
The volume of world foreign trade in ferrous coil springs is inferior to that of domestic trade. In 2008-2012, the share of domestic production in the sales of screw springs from ferrous metals in the world ranged from 81.8% in 2009 to 75.6% in 2012.
The growth in demand in recent years, primarily due to the development of industries where the most widely used coil springs of ferrous metals: automotive, mechanical engineering, industrial equipment, etc.
“The analysis of the world market for coil springs from ferrous metals in 2008-2012, the forecast for 2013-2017” includes the most important data necessary for understanding the current market situation and assessing the prospects for its development:
• Overall assessment of the current economic situation in the world
• Sales of coil springs from ferrous metals
• Population size, purchase per capita
• The volume of foreign and domestic trade of screw springs from ferrous metals
• Volume of production, import and export
• Price of import, export of screw springs from ferrous metals
The review provides current data for 25 countries of the world: Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Hong Kong, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, the United States, Turkey, Ukraine , Finland, France, Czech Republic, Sweden, Japan
In preparing the review used official statistics:
• United Nations Statistics Division
• Commodity Trade Statistics
• National Agencies and Compendia
• Index Mundi
• Industrial Commodity Statistics
• International Trade Center
• International Monetary Fund
• Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
• World Trade Organization
Along with the official statistics, the review contains the results of BusinesStat research:
• Analysis of open information on the market for products from ferrous metals
• Survey of experts of the market of products from ferrous metals
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