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Powder Metallurgy

Powder Metallurgy

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Powder Metallurgy in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for North America, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2007 through 2015. The report profiles 149 companies including many key and niche players such as ACu Powder International, LLC, ATI Alldyne, American Chemet Corp., AMETEK Specialty Metal Products, Burgess-Norton Manufacturing Co., Carpenter Powder Products, Daido Steel Co. Ltd., Dowa Holdings Co. Ltd., Erasteel SAS, F. W. Winter Inc. & Co., Federal-Mogul Corp., Fine Sinter Co. Ltd., GKN Sinter Metals, Inc., Hoeganaes Corp., H.C. Starck GmbH, Hawk Corp., Höganäs AB, Inco Special Products, JFE Steel Corp., Kennametal, Inc., Kobe Steel Ltd., Metaldyne LLC, Mi-Tech Metals, Inc., MMC Norilsk Nickel, PMG Holding S.A., Pometon SpA, Quebec Metal Powders Ltd., Revere Industries, LLC, Sandvik Osprey Ltd., Toyal America, Inc., Umicore S.A, and United States Bronze Powders, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

  • I.Introduction, Methodology & Product Definitions
    • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
    • Disclaimers
    • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
    • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
    • Product Definition and Scope of Study
  • II. Executive Summary
    • 1.Market Dynamics
    • Global Outlook
    • Impact of Recession
    • Manufacturers and Suppliers Across Segments Feel the Heat
    • Improved Outlook Predicted Post-Recession
    • Newer Advances and Technological Breakthroughs Drive the Market
    • Current and Future Market Analysis
    • Analysis for Metal Powders
    • Analysis for Powder Metallurgy (Pm) Parts
    • Trends and Issues
    • Powdered Metallurgy Market Review
    • Powder Metal Consumption in the Auto Industry
    • Marked Trends Towards Finer Powders and Advanced Pm Parts
    • Expanding Applications Drive Powder Metals Market
    • Table 1: Usage of P/M Structural Components by Application (2008) - Percentage Share Breakdown in Volume Terms for Automotive, Hand Tools and Recreation Products, Industrial Motors, Household Appliances, Hardware Components, Business Machines, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Aluminum and Titanium Base Powders Witness Growth
    • Nanopowders: a Major Area of Focus
    • Intense Consolidation: an Ongoing Process
    • M & a Activity in the Powder Metallurgy Industry: 2007-2009
    • Competitive Landscape
    • Gkn Dominates Fragmented Pm Parts Industry
    • Diverse Company and Product Strategies
    • Powder Metallurgy and Auto Industry
    • Historical Relationship Between P/M and Automotive Industry
    • Benefits for Automotive Industry
    • Powder Metallurgy in Passenger Cars
    • Recent Developments in the Automotive Industry
    • Prospective Automotive Applications
    • Carrier Housings
    • Vvt
    • Future Growth Directions for the Pm Industry
    • Diversification
    • Sustainability
    • Investments in Technology
    • 2.Product Overview and Analysis
    • Powder Metallurgy (Pm) Technology: a Primer
    • A Peek Into History of Metal Powders
    • Definition
    • Attributes
    • Particle Size Distribution: a Key Attribute
    • Metal Powders Classification
    • Ferrous Powders
    • Iron Powder
    • Stainless Steel Powder
    • Table 2: Powder Metallurgy Production of Iron & Steel (In Thousand Short Tons) for Structural Components During the Period 2001 to 2008 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Non-Ferrous Powders
    • History
    • Scope
    • Types of Non-Ferrous Powders
    • Aluminum Powder
    • History
    • Benefits
    • Applications
    • Types of Atomized Aluminum Powders
    • Aluminum Pm Production
    • Aluminum Powder Metallurgy Process
    • Copper (And Copper Alloy) Powder
    • Table 3: Global Copper Production Scenario (2007 & 2008): Mine Production and Refined Production (Million Tons)
    • Key Applications of Copper and Copper Alloy Powders
    • Nickel Powder
    • Table 4: Leading Nickel Mining Countries Worldwide: Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Mining Volume (2006 to 2008) – Russia, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, New Caledonia, Philippines, Colombia, Cuba, China, Brazil, Botswana, South Africa, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 5: Leading Nickel Consuming Countries Worldwide: Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Volume Consumption (2006 to 2008) - China, Japan, Us, Germany, South Korea, Taiwan, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Finland, India, Sweden, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 6: Nickel Consumption by End-Use Applications (2007): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Volume Usage for Stainless Steel, Nickel Based Alloys, Casting and Alloy Steels, Electroplating, Rechargeable Batteries, Coinage, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Titanium Powder
    • Refractory Metals
    • Tantalum
    • Tungsten
    • Powder Metallurgy
    • Introduction
    • Powder Metallurgy Vs. Other Techniques (Machining, Die Casting and Forging)
    • Process Description
    • Fundamental Steps
    • Types of Methods
    • Mixing
    • Pressing
    • Forming
    • Sintering
    • Sinter Hardening
    • Re-Pressing
    • Hot Re-Press
    • Forging
    • Infiltration
    • Impregnation
    • Heat Treatment
    • Surface-Hardening
    • Steam Treatment
    • Blueing
    • Plating
    • Coating
    • Mechanical Treatment
    • De-Burring
    • Rapid Solidification
    • Advantages
    • Disadvantages
    • Sintered Components: an Overview
    • Metal Powders Present Rich Scope for Economical, Creative Design Offerings
    • Benefits and Features of Sintered Components
    • The Manufacturing Process for Sintered Components
    • Applications of Pm and Pm Parts
    • Metal Powders
    • Pm Parts
    • Powder Metallurgy: Suitable Technique for Parts Production and Mmc
    • Powder Metallurgy Magnets
    • Powder Metallurgy in Tool Steels
    • Products Derived From Metal Powders
    • Mechanical Or Structural Components
    • Ferrous Structural Parts
    • Non-Ferrous Structural Components
    • Exclusive High-Duty Alloys
    • Composite Materials
    • Hard Metals and Diamond Tools
    • Magnetic and Electric Parts
    • Porous Materials
    • Powder Metal Parts: Production Technologies
    • High-Potential Technologies
    • Direct Metal Deposition (Dmd)
    • Dynamic Magnetic Compression (Dmc)
    • Spray Forming
    • Metal Injection Molding (Mim)
    • Powder Injection Molding (Pim)
    • Traditional Methods
    • Hot Pressing
    • Isostatic Pressing
    • Cold Isostatic Pressing
    • Hot Isostatic Pressing
    • Extrusion
    • Hot Extrusion
    • Cold Extrusion
    • Roll Compaction
    • Other Methods
    • Powder Forging
    • Powder Rolling
    • Net Shape Processing
    • Powder Metal Processing Techniques
    • Atomization Process
    • Gas Atomization
    • Water Atomization
    • Electrolysis
    • Mechanical Comminution Methods
    • Mechanical Alloying
    • Chemical Methods
    • Diffusion Bonding
    • Solid State Reduction
    • Hydrometallurgical Process
    • Hunter Process
    • Kroll Process
    • Powder Metallurgy Equipment
    • Associations/Federations
    • Metal Powder Industries Federation (Mpif)
    • Apmi International
    • 3.Product/Process Introductions/ Innovations
    • Newmet Launches New Mechanical Powder Compacting Presses
    • Impco Develops a Powder Metal Plating Process
    • Jfe Group Develops New Steel Sheet, Jfe Ecogal™
    • Toyal Launches Atomized Aluminum Powders
    • Kobe Steel Introduces Water Clarifying Iron Powder
    • Crucible Materials Develops New Powder Metallurgy 625m Alloy
    • Stratasys Designs Cobalt-Chromium Alloy, Astm F-75
    • Mlc Extrusion Develops High Pressure Extrusion Process
    • Dupont Offers High Purity Titanium Metal Powder
    • 4.Recent Industry Activity
    • Ati Acquires Crucible Compaction Metals and Crucible Research (US)
    • Asmp Acquires Stainless Steel Powder Operations of Ancor® Specialties (US)
    • Sandvik Signs Agreement to Acquire Wbh
    • Bayer Materialscience to Develop Cnc Reinforced Aluminum
    • Md Investors Acquires Meta
    • Cristal Announces Acquisition of International Titanium Powder (Usa)
    • Plansee Group Acquires Global Tungsten Powder Business of Osram (Usa)
    • Erasteel to Build New Gas Atomization Facility for Metal Powder (Sweden)
    • Platinum Equity Acquires Scm Metal Products (US)
    • Nippon Steel and Kobe Steel Establish a Steel Dust Recycling Joint Venture (Japan)
    • Hoganas Agrees to Acquire Kompa (Us \ Sweden)
    • Pmg Group to Construct New Powder Metallurgy Plant (China)
    • Ametek Takes Over Reading Alloys
    • Carpenter Powder Acquires Ultrafine Powder
    • Jfe to Expand Output of Ultrafine Nickel Powders
    • Alconix to Establish Subsidiary in Taiwan
    • China Direct to Establish Aluminum Recycling Plant
    • Kobe Steel Plans to Close Down US Steel Powder Operations
    • Magnezit Takes Over Razdolinskiy Plant
    • Dowa to Acquire Yamaha Subsidiaries
    • Ceratizit Takes Over Newcomer Products
    • W. C. Heraeus Gmbh Acquires French Company Psp
    • Sandvik Takes Over Metso Powdermet
    • Asahi Tec Acquires Metaldyne Corporation
    • Ametek Takes Over Hamilton Precision Metals
    • Gkn Sinter Metals Acquires Teleflex Aerospace
    • Jfe Steel and Gerogsmarienhütt Renew Comprehensive Cooperation Deal
    • Xiamen Tungsten and Luoyang Government Sign Letter of Intent
    • Apex Advanced Technologies Collects US Patent
    • Three Chinese Firms to Setup a Tungsten and Molybdenum Facility
    • Raymor's Subsidiary Starts Production Operations…
    • Shandong to Expand Manufacturing Capacity of Alumina Powder
    • Reading Alloys to Build a New Plant in South Heidelberg Township
    • Plansee Announces Major Expansions
    • Hoganas Brazil Ltd Plans to Build New Plant
    • North American Hoganas Plans to Expand
    • Rolls Royce and Metalysis to Establish Tantalum Plant
    • Crucible to Build Service Center in Ohio
    • Teikoku Piston Ring to Build New Plant
    • Anqing Tp to Build a New Plant
    • Cloyes Gear and Products Divests Cloyes Europe Gmbh
    • Bayer Divests H.C. Starck to Advent and Carlyle
    • Om Group Divests Nickel Business
    • Miba Ag Invests in New Plant in China
    • Saw Mill Capital Partners Announces Acquisition of Hawk Corp's Division
    • Hascor International and Shieldalloy Metallurgical Form Alliance
    • Dowa Establishes Subsidiary in Thailand
    • Ingushetia to Build Mining and Metallurgy Complex
    • Ecka Granules Establishes New Production Units in the Us
    • Element Six Acquires Technology From Skeleton Technologies
    • Brovary Powder Metallurgy Reduces Iron Powder Output
    • Inco Limited, Falconbridge, and Phelps Dodge Merge to Form Phelps Dodge Inco
    • Kennametal Divests Electronics Business, Kemmer Praezision
    • Bhp Billiton and Mmc Norilsk Nickel Form Alliance to Explore Minerals
    • 5.Focus on Select Global Players
    • Acu Powder International, Llc (Usa)
    • Ati Alldyne (Usa)
    • American Chemet Corp. (Usa)
    • Ametek Specialty Metal Products (Usa)
    • Burgess-Norton Manufacturing Co. (Usa)
    • Carpenter Powder Products (Usa)
    • Daido Steel Co. Ltd. (Japan)
    • Dowa Holdings Co. Ltd. (Japan)
    • Erasteel Sas (France)
    • F. W. Winter Inc. & Co. (Usa)
    • Federal-Mogul Corp. (Usa)
    • Fine Sinter Co. Ltd. (Japan)
    • Gkn Sinter Metals, Inc. (Usa)
    • Hoeganaes Corp. (Usa)
    • H.C. Starck Gmbh Germany)
    • Hawk Corp. (Usa)
    • Höganäs Ab (Sweden)
    • Inco Special Products (Usa)
    • Jfe Steel Corp. (Japan)
    • Kennametal, Inc. (Usa)
    • Kobe Steel Ltd. (Japan)
    • Metaldyne Llc (Usa)
    • Mi-Tech Metals, Inc. (Usa)
    • Mmc Norilsk Nickel (Russia)
    • Pmg Holding S.A. (Luxembourg)
    • Pometon Spa (Italy)
    • Quebec Metal Powders Ltd. (Canada)
    • Revere Industries, Llc (Usa)
    • Sandvik Osprey Ltd. (Uk)
    • Toyal America, Inc. (Usa)
    • Umicore S.A. (Belgium)
    • United States Bronze Powders, Inc. (Usa)
    • 6.Global Market Perspective
    • Table 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Metal Powders by Geographic Region – North America, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 8: World Historic Review for Metal Powders by Geographic Region – North America, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Char)
    • Table 9: World 13-Year Perspective for Metal Powders by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for North America, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2009 & 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 10: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for P/M Parts by Geographic Region – North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 11: World Historic Review for P/M Parts by Geographic Region – North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 12: World 13-Year Perspective for P/M Parts by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2009 & 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • III. Market
    • 1.North America
    • A. Market Overview
    • Current and Future Market Analysis
    • Powder Metallurgy Industry in North America
    • Metal Powder Demand to Increase
    • Tantalum Powder to Witness Decline in Volume Demand
    • Import and Export Scenario
    • Table 13: US Metal Powders Market Exports (2008 & 2009): Value in Us$ Thousand for Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Molybdenum Powders; Nickel Powders and Flakes; and Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 14: US Metal Powder Exports (2006 & 2007): Value in Us$ Thousand for Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Iron and Steel Powders; Gold Powder (Non-Monetary); Lead Powders and Flakes; Molybdenum Powders; Nickel Powders and Flakes; Silver Powder; Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders; Zinc Powders and Flakes (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 15: US Metal Powders Imports (2008 & 2009): Value in Us$ Thousand for Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Molybdenum Powders; Nickel Powders and Flakes; and Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 16: US Metal Powders Imports (2006 & 2007): Value in Us$ Thousand for Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Gold Powder; Iron and Steel Powders; Lead Powders and Flakes; Molybdenum Powders; Nickel Powders and Flakes; Silver Powder; Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders; Zinc Powders and Flakes (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 17: Canadian Metal Powders Exports (2008 & 2009): Value in Us$ Thousand for Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Granules & Powders of Pig Iron, Spiegeleisen, Iron Or Steel; Molybdenum Powders; Nickel Powders and Flakes; and Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders (Includes Correspondinggraph/Chart)
    • Table 18: Canadian Metal Powders Imports (2006 & 2007): Value in Us$ Thousand for Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Gold Powder; Iron Or Steel Powders; Lead Powders and Flakes; Molybdenum Powders; Nickel Powders and Flakes; Silver Powder; Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders; Zinc Powders and Flakes (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Aluminum Powders
    • Table 19: US Aluminum Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure, and Flakes) Exports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Japan, Canada, Uk, South Africa, Germany, Indonesia, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, South Korea, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 20: US Aluminum Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure, and Flakes) Imports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Australia, Germany, Austria, South Korea, Bahrain, France, Uk, China, Japan, India, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 21: Canadian Aluminum Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure, and Flakes) Exports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Germany, Us, Taiwan, China, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 22: Canadian Aluminum Powder (Lamellar and Non- Lamellar Structure, and Flakes) Imports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Germany, France, Uk, China, India, Italy, Finland, Sweden, Austria, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Copper Powders
    • Table 23: US Copper Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure) Exports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Canada, China, Mexico, South Korea, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 24: US Copper Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure) Imports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for China, Germany, Poland, Italy, Japan, France, Spain, Belgium, Uk, Canada, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 25: Canadian Copper Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure) Exports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Germany, Brazil, Chile, Australia, Japan, Trinidad and Tobago, South Korea, Argentina, Taiwan, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 26: Canadian Copper Powder (Lamellar and Non-Lamellar Structure) Imports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Uk, China, Japan, Russia, India, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Iron Powders and Granules
    • Table 27: Canadian Exports Granules (Steel, Spiegeleisen, and Pig Iron) and Powders (Steel Or Iron, Spiegeleisen, Pig Iron, and Alloy Steel) by in 2008 & 2009: Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Uae, Argentina, China, Thailand, France, Australia, Mexico, and Others
    • Table 28: Canadian Imports of Granules (Steel, Spiegeleisen, and Pig Iron) and Powder (Steel Or Iron, Spiegeleisen, Pig Iron, and Alloy Steel) by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Japan, Germany, China, Sweden, France, Turkey, Czech Republic, Re-Imports Canada), Ukraine, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Molybdenum Powders
    • Table 29: US Molybdenum Powders Exports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Chile, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Taiwan, India, Sweden, Mexico, France, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 30: US Molybdenum Powders Import by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for China, Japan, Germany, Austria, Canada, Belgium, Uk, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 31: Canadian Molybdenum Powders Exports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, China, Australia, Poland, Cuba, Brazil, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 32: Canadian Molybdenum Powders Imports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, China, Belgium, Brazil, Japan, Chile, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Nickel Flakes and Powders
    • Table 33: US Nickel Flakes and Powders Exports by Region (2008 & 2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Germany, Canada, Singapore, China, Uk, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Brazil, Mexico, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 34: US Nickel Flakes and Powders Imports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Share Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Canada, Russia, Germany, Uk, South Africa, Australia, Japan, Belgium, Netherlands, China, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 35: Canadian Nickel Flakes and Powders Exports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Share Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Japan, China, Belgium, South Korea, Taiwan, Germany, Brazil, Singapore, Thailand, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 36: Canadian Nickel Flakes and Powders Imports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Australia, Us, Uk, Russia, Belgium, Ireland, Re-Imports (Canada), South Africa, Germany, France, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders
    • Table 37: US Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders Export Scenario (2008&2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Germany, Canada, Singapore, China, Uk, Italy, Japan, Taiwan, Brazil, Netherlands, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 38: US Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders Imports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Share Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Germany, Israël, South Korea, China, Japan, Canada, Uk, Spain, France, Austria, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 39: Canadian Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders Exports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Australia, Sweden, China, South Africa, Germany, Japan, Czech Republic, Finland, South Korea, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 40: Canadian Tungsten (Wolfram) Powders Imports by Region (2008&2009): Percentage Share Breakdown in Terms of Revenues for Us, Germany, China, Israel, Belgium, France, South Africa, Uk, Switzerland, South Korea, and Others (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Market Dynamics
    • Role of Metal Powders in Automotive Industry
    • Increase in Light Trucks and Suvs
    • Impact of Metal Parts on Automotive
    • Consumption Trends
    • Developments in Iron Powder Segment
    • North American Mim Market Updates
    • Competitive Scenario
    • Product Launches/Developments
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • Key Players
    • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 41: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Metal Powders by Product Segment – Iron & Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Others Independently Analyzed With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015(Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 42: North American Historic Review for Metal Powders by Product Segment – Iron & Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Others - Independently Analyzed With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 43: North American 13-Year Perspective for Metal Powders by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Iron & Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Others for Years 2003, 2009 & 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 44: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Metal Powders by Product Segment – Iron & Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Others Independently Analyzed With Annual Shipments in Thousand Ton for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 45: North American Historic Review for Metal Powders by Product Segment – Iron & Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Others - Independently Analyzed With Annual Shipments in Thousand Tons for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 46: North American 13-Year Perspective for Metal Powders by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Shipments for Iron & Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten, Aluminum, and Others for Years 2003, 2009 & 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 47: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for P/M Parts With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 48: North American Historic Review for P/M Parts With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • 2.Japan
    • A. Market Overview
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Metal Powder Shipments
    • Table 49: Japanese Iron, Stainless Steel, and Copper/Copper Base Powder Market (2005-2008): Shipments in Metric Tons (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Competitive Landscape
    • Table 50: Sintered Parts Consumption by Weight (In Kilograms) Per Car in Japan, During Years 2001 to 2008 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Product Launches/Developments
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • Key Players
    • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 51: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Metal Powders With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 52: Japanese Historic Review for Metal Powders With Annual Sales Figure in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • 3.Europe
    • A. Market Overview
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Market Overview
    • Metal Powder Shipments
    • Table 53: European Iron/Steel Powder and Copper/Copper Base Powder Market(2000-2010): Shipments in Short Tons (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • European Powder Metallurgy Industry
    • End-Use Markets
    • Obstacles Hindering Market Growth
    • Pm Industry in Central and Eastern Europe
    • Russia
    • Bulgaria
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • Key Players
    • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 54: European Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Metal Powders With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 55: European Historic Review for Metal Powders With Annual Sale Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 56: European Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for P/M Parts With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 57: European Historic Review for P/M Parts With Annual Sales Figure in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • 4.Asia Pacific
    • A. Market Overview
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Asia-Pacific Powder Metallurgy Market
    • Overview of Select Regional Markets
    • China
    • State of the Chinese Powder Metallurgy Industry
    • Foreign Manufacturers Enter Domestic Markets
    • Chinese Government Limits Tungsten Exports
    • Table 58: Chinese Imports of Titanium Dioxide: 2004-2007(Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 59: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Pm Parts With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 60: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Pm Parts With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • 5.Rest of World
    • A. Market Overview
    • Current & Future Analysis
    • Product Launch
    • Strategic Corporate Developments
    • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 61: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Futuremarket Analysis for Metal Powders With Nnual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 62: Rest of World Historic Review for Metal Powders With Annual Sales Figuresin Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 63: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Pm Parts With Annual Sales Figures in Us$ Million for Years 2007 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 64: Rest of World Historic Review for Pm Parts With Annual Sales Figure in Us$ Million for Years 2001 Through 2006 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • IV. Competitive Landscape
    • Total Companies Profiled: 149 (Including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 182)
    • Region/Countryplayers
    • The United States
    • Canada
    • Japan
    • Europe
    • France
    • Germany
    • The United Kingdom
    • Italy
    • Spain
    • Rest of Europe
    • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan)
    • Latin America
    • Middle-East

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