The Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) has partnered with IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS) to publish a market study on the global fan and blower markets.
This study, publishing in spring of 2014, will provide fan manufacturers and their component suppliers with in-depth global market data on the complex markets they serve. Previous research on this market has been limited to a region-specific scope.
Analysis, which will include value and volume sizing with forecasts, will enable marketing executives to employ well-informed growth and pricing strategies to better reach their customer base.
All fan manufacturers and ancillary industry players are invited to participate in this survey and take advantage of AMCA member preferential pricing. Aside from the market data this report will provide, participation is encouraged in order to improve the overall health of the industry.
This study will also help regulatory bodies enact policies that can improve energy savings without negatively affecting suppliers of air handling equipment. As systems efficiency has become the main focus of regulatory bodies around the world, AMCA has been the predominant voice for air handling equipment manufacturers and their transition to greater energy saving techniques.
The IHS 2014 World Market for Fans and Blowers study will be used by AMCA to evaluate the effectiveness of past energy saving strategies and develop new ideas to bring to legislators to further improve systems efficiency.
This is a great milestone for both IHS and AMCA.
“AMCA is proud to sponsor this first-ever documentation of worldwide fan markets, helping to boost the value AMCA brings to half of our members who are in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America,” said Wade Smith P.E, Executive Director of AMCA International. With AMCA’s long-standing tradition and expertise and the analyst coverage that IHS provides, this partnership will certainly improve the growth and integrity of the industry.
For more information on this study please contact either Preston Reine, the lead analyst for IHS or Janet Fyock, Marketing Program Manager for AMCA International. View the prospectus for this report by clicking here.