Analyzing Base Metals in Mexico

Analyzing Base Metals in Mexico

  • January 2015 •
  • 60 pages •
  • Report ID: 2599559 •
  • Format: PDF
The base metals market in Mexico comprises of copper, aluminum, zinc, lead, tin and nickel. Globally, base metals are generally used in commercial and industrial applications and are cheaper than precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum.

The Mexican base metals industry suffered a sharp decline during 2008-2009. However, the market recovered in 2010, posting a substantial rate of growth during 2011 and 2012. The industry is expected to grow at a stable rate during the forecast period to 2018.

Nickel sales proved to be the most lucrative segment for the Brazilian base metals industry in 2013, followed by copper and zinc. The industry was led by copper sales followed by zinc and lead. Mexico is a significant player in the North & South American base metals industry, accounting for nearly six percent of share of the industry, ahead of Brazil.

Aruvians Research analyzes the Mexican base metals market in its research report Analyzing Base Metals in Mexico.

In this in-depth research offering, we begin with a definition of what base metals are, followed with an industry definition.

An analysis of the Mexican market for base metals is carried out through an industry overview, an analysis of industry value and volume and a segmentation of the industry through categories and also by geography. An industry outlook till 2018 completes this section. Data analyzed in this report ranges from 2009 till 2018.

Competition in the base metals industry in Mexico is included in the report, followed by an analysis of the major industry players. Companies are analyzed through a corporate profile, an analysis of the business segments, an analysis of their major products and services, a financial analysis and a SWOT analysis.

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