Online briefing on the European integral horsepower motor market set for Sept. 3
London, England -- On the surface, the European integral horsepower motors market is well established and very matu...
London, England — On the surface, the European integral horsepower motors market is well established and very mature, with few significant developments. However, the detailed sub-segmentation in Frost & Sullivan’s latest analysis reveals a variety of underlying trends that have important implications for motor manufacturers.
Market analyst Ozan Dogruer will provide an overview of the latest challenges and developments in this highly competitive market, with a particular focus on efficiency ratings, in a webcast and teleconference on Weds., Sept. 3, 2003 at 15:30 EST.
With the adoption of high efficiency Eff1 motors remaining below expected levels, revenue growth opportunities continue to be restrained. Some of the reasons underlying this trend, as well as the future outlook, will be examined in greater detail in this interactive briefing. The US$5,500 market study was published in May 2003.
To sign up for the webcast, which you can listen to over the Internet from your desk, contact Frost & Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 20 7343 8383.