Published: Sep, 2017
Market research analysts at Transparency Market Research (TMR) have detected in a new study that the global medium voltage fuse market is dominated by a few players, whereas some of the other prominent companies are holding considerable chunk of the overall shares. The TMR report identifies ABB Ltd., Eaton Corporation, Bel Fuse, Inc., Littelfuse, Inc., DF Electric, SIBA GmbH, Fuseco Inc., IPD Group Limited, General Electric, Mersen S.A, Fusetek, Pennsylvania Breaker, LLC, Powell Industries Inc., and Mitsubishi Electric as some of the leading companies of the global medium voltage fuse market, whereas Toshiba Corporation, Schneider Electric SA, Driescher Eisleben, LSIS Inc., and Denco Fuses are some of the other notable vendors.
As per the projections of the TMR report, the demand in the global medium voltage fuse market will augment at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period of 2017 to 2025, estimating it to be worth US$3,194.8 mn in 2025, considerably up from its evaluated valuation of US$2,116.3 mn in 2017. In the near future, the key companies are expected to strategically concentrate on geographical expansion as well as acquisition of smaller players in order to maintain their position over the intense competitive landscape. Local players from developing economies are steadily penetrating the mature markets with low cost offerings and players from developed economies defend their market share by responding with their own offerings with slashed prices to compete with the low cost strategy of smaller players. Thereby, increasing the risk of stagnation of companies from the intensive price-based competition in near future.
Based on type, current limiting fuses serves the maximum demand in the global medium voltage fuse market, owing to increasing adoption of these fuses, which are primarily used for overcurrent protection in electric distribution systems. The current limiting fuses are further sub-segmented into E-Rated Fuses, R-Rated Fuses, PT Fuses/ E-Rated PT Fuses, and C-Rated Fuses. Application-wise, transformers contributed the majority of revenue share in 2015, which is a reflection of growing demand for fuses in transformers for large scale decentralization of power grids in many regions across the globe. Geographically, North America is most lucrative region, whereas Asia Pacific is projected for most prominent growth rate.
Need for Reliable Power Transmission Driving Demand
With rapid urbanization in developed as well as emerging economies alike, the demand for electricity and reliable power transmission escalating, and thereby providing a strong traction to the global medium voltage fuse market. Electricity is at the backbone of many sectors and almost a basic need of humanity. With technological advancements, electricity production is promising to meet the requirements and consequently, the steps are being taken for efficient power transmission process. The global medium voltage fuse market is also expected to grow from the demand arising from the growing construction and automotive sector. This driver is more prominent in the Asia Pacific region, rather than North America. Moreover, the increased expenditure and initiatives on renewable energy resources are also expected to bolster the growth of the global medium voltage fuse market.
Substantial Cost Obstructing Prosperity in Developing Regions
The construction of infrastructure requires substantial investments, which a number of emerging economies fail in, particularly for their rural areas. Countries such as India has vast landscape with humongous population and consequently, widespread opportunities for the vendors of the medium voltage fuse market. Though the government is focused, unless this unmet demand is fulfilled, the market will continue to suffer in the recent future.
The information presented in this review is based on a Transparency Market Research report, titled, “Medium Voltage Fuse Market (Type - Current Limiting Fuses (E-Rated, R-Rated, PT Fuses/ E-Rated PT Fuses, and C-Rated) and Expulsion Fuses (Boric Acid Fuses), and EEI-NEMA Type K & T and Type H & N; Application - Transformers (Power, Potential, Distribution or Service), Motor Starters or Motor Circuits, Feeder Circuits or Feeders, Switchgear, and Capacitors) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 - 2025.”
Key Segments of the Global Medium Voltage Fuse Market
Global Medium Voltage Fuse Market, By Type
- Current Limiting Fuses
- E-Rated Fuses
- R-Rated Fuses
- PT Fuses/ E-Rated PT Fuses
- C-Rated Fuses
- Expulsion Fuses
- Boric Acid Fuses
- EEI-NEMA Type K & T and Type H & N
Global Medium Voltage Fuse Market, By Application
- Power Transformers
- Potential Transformers
- Distribution/Service Transformers
- Motor Starters/Motor Circuits
- Feeder Circuits/ Feeders
Global Medium Voltage Fuse Market, By Geography
- North America
- The U.S.
- The U.K
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific (APAC)
- Rest of APAC
- Middle East and Africa (MEA)
- South Africa
- Rest of MEA
- South America
- Rest of South America
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