Preston Reine

Preston Reine

Preston is a group manager in the IHS Markit Manufacturing Technology team. His areas of expertise include motors, drives, and motor-driven systems such as pump, fan and compressor applications. Since 2012, Preston has contributed to the broadening of IHS Markit coverage into intricate motor and motor system applications. Additionally, Preston engages with other IHS Markit groups in order to bring to our customers a deeper understanding of the crucial trends occurring in a wide array of verticals that shape the global environment.

Preston has done extensive research on the end-equipment markets and is highly skilled in advanced research methods, statistical interpretation, and public speaking. While conducting his research he has been successful in forming several new working relationships with major suppliers and trade associations in these new areas of study for IHS Markit.

Preston holds a BBS in Finance from Saint Edward’s University and currently works in the Austin, Texas office.


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IHS Markit, Impact Energy and Swiss Government Partner to Improve Energy Efficiency Requirements for Motors and VFDs

IHS Markit, a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, today announced that it has teamed up with the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) and Impact Energy to build a new market intelligence program concerning electric motors and variable frequency drives (VFDs), called Project "Topmotors Market Data Switzerland" (TMDS).

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Manufacturing Technology
Fans & Blowers Database - 2016

This database represents the second edition of detailed analysis by IHS Markit on the global market for fans and blowers. As the leading market intelligence provider for industrial automation equipment and manufacturing technology, IHS Markit provides valuable new insight into this research area.

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Manufacturing Technology
IHS Markit update on the global low-voltage motor market

Since the third quarter of 2014, the low-voltage motor market (i.e., integral horsepower motors rated at or below 690 volts) has struggled amid the numerous economic and political headwinds. In fact, according to the latest IHS Markit information, the global low-voltage motor market will decline nearly 13 percent, from $11.8 billion in sales in 2015 to $10.3 billion in 2017.

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Manufacturing Technology
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