Our research consists of both secondary and primary research with later constituting the greater portion. We also have a large internal repository and access to a number of external proprietary databases to help address specific requirements of our clients.
The research process begins with exhaustive secondary research on internal and external sources being carried out to source qualitative and quantitative information relating to each market.
The secondary research sources that are typically referred to include, but are not limited to:
- Company websites, annual reports, financial reports, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC Filings.
- Industry trade journals, scientific journals and other technical literature.
- Internal and external proprietary databases.
- Relevant patent and regulatory databases.
- National government documents, statistical databases and market reports.
- Procedure registries.
- News articles, press releases and web-casts specific to the companies operating in the market.
We conduct primary interviews in an ongoing basis with industry participants and commentators in order to validate its data and analysis. A typical research interview fulfills the following functions:
The participants who typically take part in such a process include, but are not limited to:
- It provides first-hand information on the market size, market trends, growth trends, competitive landscape, future outlook etc.
- Helps in validating and strengthening the secondary research findings.
- Further develops the Analysis Team’s expertise and market understanding.
- Primary research involves E-mail interactions, telephonic interviews as well as face-to-face interviews for each market, category, segment and sub-segment across geographies.
- Industry participants: CEOs, VPs, marketing/product managers, market intelligence managers and national sales managers.
- Purchasing managers, technical personnel, distributors and resellers.
- Outside experts: Investment Bankers, Valuation Experts, Research Analysts specializing in specific markets.
- Key Opinion Leaders: specializing in different areas corresponding to different industry verticals.
Where no hard data is available, we use modeling and estimates in order to produce comprehensive data sets. A rigorous methodology is adopted in which the available hard data is cross referenced with the following data types to produce estimates:
- Demographic data: Population split by segment.
- Macro-economic Indicators: GDP, Inflation Rate, etc.
- Industry Indicators: expenditure, Technology stage & infrastructure, sector growth and facilities.
- Data is then cross checked by the expert panel.
- Demand Estimation
- Pre-bookings received
- Bookings during the year
- Demand in the previous year
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENT
1.1. Key Points Covered
1.2. Report Description
1.4. Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
3. The U.S. Farm Tire Market Dynamics
3.1. Market Overview
3.2. Market Trends and Future Outlook
3.3. Trends & Developments
3.4. Large Volume Tires
3.5. Advanced Deflection Design (AD2) technology
3.6. New Sprayer Specific Tires
3.7. Introduction of Very High Flexion (VF) Tires by Michelin
3.8. Growth Drivers
3.8.1. Increase in Net Farm Income
3.8.2. Increase in Total Production Expenses
4. Global Tire Market
4.1. Market Overview
4.2. Market Value & Volume
4.3. Market Share
4.4. Geographic Breakdown
5. The U.S. Tire Market
5.1. Market Overview
5.2. Market Size
5.3. Major Segments
6. The U.S. Farm Tire Market
6.1. Market Size
6.2. Market by Segments
6.3. End Application Market
7. Company Profiles
7.5. Continental Tires
7.6. Cooper Tire
8. List of Figures
8.1. Global Tire Market Sales, 2006-2011
8.2. Global Tire Market Sales Forecast, 2012-2016
8.3. Global Tire Volumes, 2009-2012
8.4. Global Tire Sales by Segment, 2011
8.5. Global Tire Sales by Region, 2011
8.6. Global Tire Market by Manufacturer, 2011
8.7. The United States Total Tire Shipments, 2008-2012
8.8. The United States Replacement Tire Sales Revenues, 2008-2012
8.9. The United States Replacement Tire Sales by Type, 2011
8.10. The US Farm Tire Shipments, 2006-2011
8.11. The US Farm Tire Shipments Forecast, 2012-2016
8.12. The US Replacement Farm Tire Shipments by Categories, 2008-2011
8.13. The US Original Equipment Farm Tire Shipments by Categories, 2002-2011
8.14. The United States Net Farm Income, 2008-2012
8.15. Total Production Expenses in the US, 2008-2012
8.16. Prices of Raw Materials, 2006-2011
8.17. Indian Tractor Market Revenues, 2006-2016
8.18. Bridgestones Revenues by Business Segments, 2011
8.19. Bridgestones Revenues and Net Income, 2008-2011
8.20. Michelins Revenues by Business Segments, 2011
8.21. Michelins Revenues and Net Income, 2008-2011
8.22. Titans Revenues by Business Segments, 2011
8.23. Titans Revenues and Net Income, 2008-2011
8.24. The US Farm Tire Shipments Forecast, 2010-2016