Tuesday, 17 April 2012

2012 Slovakia Construction Sector

This report provides the latest information on construction prices, wages and employment in each of the three market segments - residential, non-residential and civil engineering construction – individually, in terms of their current conditions and future outlook. It tracks new developments in industrial and logistics construction, pinpoints areas of high growth and provides in depth coverage of government regulation and competition issues that may affect the conduct of business for contractors.

Statistical data points include the present and projected values of the construction market in Slovakia, as well as predictions as to which segment will experience the quickest growth.  Infrastructure development plans and major related projects are discussed, along with financing options and the most prolific investment plans set for Slovakia in the years to come. Residential construction growth is examined and the number of new flats expected to be ready for occupancy by 2016 is presented.

Construction Market in Slovakia 2012

Published: April 2012
No. of Pages: 107
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As an additional benefit to contractors and providers of building materials and supplies, PMR has created a special section focusing on the competitive environment of the industry. This chapter includes news and commentary on the latest trends, corporate activities such as mergers and acquisitions, and projects and financial details on all the market’s top players. Readers will benefit from Excel documents containing profile information on the Top 100 contracting companies at work in Slovakia and the most expansive and highly–valued 100 upcoming projects.

Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
I. Methodology
II. Executive summary
III. Macroeconomic overview
IV. Construction overview
V. Civil engineering construction
VI. Non-residential construction
VII. Residential construction
VIII. Competitive environment
IX. List of graphs
X. List of tables

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Monday, 16 April 2012

Poland Packaging Market Trends to 2016

Industry growth was primarily driven by the increasing demand for packaging in end-user markets such as the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care and industrial goods markets. Annual disposable incomes in Poland are expected to increase over the forecast period, leading to an increase in domestic consumption of packaged food and beverages. Due to the rising consumption of consumer goods, there is an opportunity for significant growth in the Polish packaging industry, which is projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.08% over the forecast period (2012–2016).

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the packaging industry in Poland
It provides historical values for Poland’s packaging industry for the report’s 2007–2011 review period and forecast figures for the 2012–2016 forecast period
It offers a detailed analysis of the key categories in Poland’s packaging industry, along with market forecasts until 2016
It details the different macroeconomic factors affecting the packaging industry in Poland
It covers an exhaustive summary on the key trends and drivers affecting end-user markets in packaging
Using Porter’s industry-standard “Five Forces” analysis, it details the competitive landscape in Poland for the packaging industry
The report outlines the current regulatory framework in the industry

Packaging Industry Outlook in Poland

Published: April 2012
No. of Pages: 61
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Key highlights
Poland is considered one of the most stable and fastest-growing economies within the EU. The country’s GDP grew at a CAGR of 3.63% during the review period (2007–2011) to reach at US$260.8 billion.
The packaging industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.08% over the forecast period (2012–2016).
Poland relies on European countries such as Germany, France and Italy for the import and export of its packaging machinery.
The growth in Poland’s packaging industry is primarily driven by domestic demand for packaging in the food and beverage market, which remains the largest end user market for the industry.
Active and smart packaging emerged as innovative solutions for the food and beverages industry.
Strong competition from leading domestic and international packaging companies has resulted in a high level of consolidation within the Polish packaging industry.
Inefficient infrastructure and logistics facilities remain challenges for the packaging industry.

Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
1 Executive Summary
2 Future Growth Potential of Packaging in Poland
3 Polish Packaging Industry Benchmarking
4 Market Environment, Growth Drivers and Challenges
5 Polish Packaging Trade Dynamics
6 Industry Structure and Competitive Landscape
7 Appendix
List of Tables
List of Figures

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Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Wind Energy Maintenance Market to 2020

The report gives an in-depth analysis of the wind energy maintenance market in four global regions, namely Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and South and Central America and the Middle East and Africa, with forecast until 2020. The research analyzes the market reveue of the wind Operations & Maintenance (O&M) market in the 16 countries covered under these regions. It provides a detailed analysis of wind energy O&M market revenue from 2005-2011 and forecast to 2020, share by market segment, share by region, share by company type and share by type of maintenance. The report also provides information on O&M market demand by estimating wind turbines (in Megawatts (MW)) which are out of warranty (for 2011–2020), the number of blade repairs (in units) during 2011-2020 and the gearbox refurbishment market (in units) during 2011–2020. It also covers market key trends, drivers and restraints, technology analysis, detailed anaysis of key companies.

The global wind O&M market analysis segmented into four regions: Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and South and Central America.
Details of the 16 wind O&M markets covered under five global regions: China, India, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, The United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Poland, Turkey, The United States, Canada, Brazil and Mexico.
Historical and forecast data for the wind O&M market’s revenue, divided into the onshore and offshore wind O&M market from 2005-2020.
Detailed analysis of the O&M demand by estimating wind turbines (in MW) which are out of warranty in the period 2011–2020, the number of blade repairs (in units) during 2011-2020, and the gearbox refurbishment market (in units) during 2011–2020.
Key drivers and restraints impacting the global wind energy O&M market.
Key trends in global wind energy O&M market.
Technology analysis of wind energy O&M market.

Wind Energy Maintenance Industry

Published: April 2012
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Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
1 Table of Contents
2 Introduction
3 Global Wind Power Market to 2020
4 Global Wind Energy Operations and Maintenance Market to 2020
5 North America Wind Energy Operations and Maintenance Market to 2020
6 Europe Wind Energy Operations and Maintenance Market to 2020
7 South and Central America Wind Energy Operations and Maintenance Market to 2020
8 Asia Pacific Wind Energy Operations and Maintenance Market to 2020
9 Global Wind Energy Operation and Maintenance Market, Major Companies, 2011
10 Appendix
List of Tables
List of Figures

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Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Advances in Ion Channel Drug Discovery

Approximately 13% of approved drugs have mechanisms involving the modulation of ion channel activity, which makes ion channels the second-largest mechanistic class of marketed compounds. Currently approved drugs address important disease areas including diabetes, epilepsy, hypertension, cardiac arrhythmia, anxiety, and pain.

Approximately 35% of agents in development have big pharma sponsorship, with the remaining 65% under development by smaller biotech. CNS indications account for 45% of development programs. Agents in late-stage development include several first-in-class agents acting at the cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator, and new NMDA and AMPA antagonists.

Earlier-stage programs focus on selective Nav blockers (following on from genetic validation of Nav1.7 involvement in pain), subtype-selective NMDA and AMPA blockers, and a large number of TRP family members for a variety of indications.

Features and benefits
Understand the competitive landscape in ion channel modulation and compare the pipelines of specialist companies operating in this area
Identify the most promising targets from a "likelihood of success" viewpoint.
Identify the targets with scope for ion channel intervention and major market opportunity.
Understand which advances in target discovery, technology, and clinical development will have biggest impact to move the area forward.
Benchmark available technologies against the gold standard for ion channel discovery.

Ion Channel Drug Discovery

Published: March 2012
No. of Pages: 194
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Your key questions answered
Why have ion channels been underexploited and what is changing to enable greater realization of these targets' potential?
What disease areas offer further scope for new ion channel modulators, and which are likely to have the best market potential?
Which companies have the most promising late development candidates?
Which companies are offering innovative technologies to facilitate the discovery of drugs acting at ion channel targets?
What challenges remain to be overcome in fully exploiting the possibilities presented by modulation of ion channel targets?

Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
Characteristics of ion channels
Commercial exploitation
Discovery approaches
New opportunities
Specialist company profiles
List of Tables
List of Figures                                                  

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