Pump Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis


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Pump Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis

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This is the seventh edition of this report and reviews the UK Market for Pumps, analysing the key product segments, in terms of market size and trends and key factors influencing the market. The report also reviews major manufacturers and provides an insight into the distribution chain for pump supply. Detailed market data and insight on the pump market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

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AMA Research have published the 7th edition of the ‘Pump Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis’. Incorporating original input and primary research, this report represents and up-to-date and independent review of the pump industry. The report is one of the industrial and construction series published by AMA including generating sets, Plant Hire, Tool Hire, Access Equipment, HVAC, and General Industrial Products distribution.

Key issues covered:

  • Review of market size and trends with indications of whether the trends are likely to continue and other key influences on the market.
  • Analysis by product group – Centrifugal and Positive Displacement Pumps.
  • Analysis of supply structure – Key suppliers, shares, distribution channels – direct/OEM, national, regional, local distributors, hire and sale, marine, agricultural, merchants, wholesalers/garden centres.
  • Review of key end-use sectors – Industrial – Manufacturing and Process, Water and Sewage, Power Generation, Construction, Oil and Gas, Marine, Domestic and Leisure.

Key areas of insight include:

  • Market forecasts and influencing trends 2015-2019.
  • Key influencing factors including levels of electricity consumption, construction output, regulatory legislation.
  • Review of key suppliers and market shares.
  • Growth prospects for pump applications – technological developments in wear reduction, improved energy efficiency, lower maintenance costs, condition monitoring, hygiene etc.
  • Review of main end use sectors and key influences currently motivating the UK pump market including industrial, water and sewage, power generation, oil and gas, domestic and leisure sectors etc.
  • Detailed market data and insight on the pump market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

Some of the companies included:

Albany Engineering Co, Alfa Laval, Amos Pumps, AMS Pumps, APV, Armstrong Fluid Technology, Birmingham Pump Supplies, Brammer UK, Busch UK, Circulating Pumps, Concentric AB, Darcy Spillcare Manufacture, Dawson Downie Lamont, Edwards, Ferrier Pumps, Flowserve, Gee and Company, Gilbert, Gilkes & Gordon, GM Treble, Godwin Pumps, Grundfos Pumps, Hayward Tyler, Hidrostal, Honda, KSB, Lowara UK, Mackley Pumps, Maso and Sine, MDM Pumps, Mono Pumps, Parker Hannifin HPD, PCM Pumps, Pumps Supply & Repair Group, Sauer-Danfoss, SPP Pumps, Sterling Fluid Systems, Stuart Turner, Sulzer Pumps, The Weir Group, Tomlinson Hall, Totton Pumps, Tuthill Pump Group, Varley Pumps, Verder, Watson Marlow, Wilo UK, Wright Flow Technologies, Xylem Water Solutions UK.

Market Overview

  • Overall UK market size, by value, for pumps 2009-2019.
  • Recent market trends from 2012-14 including key drivers, product and sector trends.
  • Future trends to 2019, including growth prospects and major factors influencing market development – levels of activity in manufacturing, construction, power generation, the process industries, etc.
  • Assessment of key sectors and key factors influencing end-use demand from the industrial, water and sewage, power generation, oil and gas, marine, domestic and leisure sectors.
  • Impact of overseas pump supply on the UK pump market – including process pumps, nuclear and conventional power, oil and gas, etc.
  • Size and scope of international trade in pumps.

Product Segmentation

  • Analysis of market by major product sector – centrifugal and positive displacement – mix by sector.
  • Centrifugal – Market size and share, mix by product type (process, high pressure, surface and submersible, sludge, circulators, shower/garden/booster pumps), trends within sector, areas of application, application mix.
  • Positive displacement – Market size and share, mix by product type (rotary and reciprocating, and sub-sectors), trends within sector, areas of application.
  • End-use Applications – Mix by key end use sector.
  • Trends within each sector – Industrial process, Manufacturing/OEM, Oil & Gas, Water & Sewage, Power Generation, Marine, Domestic Heating & Leisure.
  • Influences on the overall development of the pump market in each sector.

Supply and Distribution

  • Key distribution channels – Direct/OEM, National/Regional/Local Distributors, Hire and Sale, Marine, Agricultural, Merchants, Electrical Wholesalers, share by channel.
  • Review of major companies within the distribution channels.
  • Supply structure – major pump manufacturers market shares, changing supply structure, growing concentration through acquisition. Key suppliers within the key product sectors.
  • Review of major suppliers in the positive displacement and centrifugal sectors.

Future Prospects

  • Positive trends in niche sector application areas, shift in emphasis towards greater efficiency and reduced operational costs.
  • Key sectors offering opportunities for growth.
  • Review of market influences, construction levels, manufacturing, growth of advanced manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, electronics etc.
  • Analysis of future prospects – forecast of market size up to 2019. Key factors influencing forecasts within products and end-use markets.

The UK pump market has experienced good growth during 2013 and 2014, influenced by the recovery in the manufacturing and construction sectors, and further growth of 2% is forecast for the end of 2015. The pumps market has also been boosted in the past two years by the growth of capital investment in the power generation sector as older plants have been replaced by new generation ones.

Aftermarket sales of parts and service make up a substantial proportion of the revenues of UK pump suppliers, which provides suppliers with some degree of stability, even during periods of recession. This is due to the relatively high installed base of pumps in the UK market. The pump market can be divided into two core product sectors, centrifugal pumps and positive displacement pumps, with centrifugal pumps accounting for around 60% of the total market.

Key factors underpinning future market growth include the replacement of ageing infrastructure in the power generation sector, the need to boost housebuilding, and the impact of climatic change leading to a need to improve flood defences. Other key market influences include the growth of the pump hire sector. Offsetting these are the fall in investment in the oil & gas sector resulting from the collapse of oil prices. In addition, the uncertainties regarding future capital investment in the water and wastewater sector created by the change in the way budgets are set under the new Asset Management Plan (AMP6) may also affect demand.

Current forecasts indicate that the UK pump market is likely to show a reasonable level of growth of around 2-3% per annum up to 2019, reflecting growth in construction, together with continuing significant investment in the power generation sector, which is likely to be a key driver of growth in the UK pumps market. This is initially via investment in new generation gas-fuelled power stations, and in the longer term, from new nuclear build. Other long term development opportunities include new technologies such as carbon capture and storage and tidal lagoons. In the water and wastewater sector, however, there is likely to be more emphasis on repair and maintenance rather than new capital expenditure compared with previous Asset Management programmes. However, investment in flood defence programmes may increase demand for pumps such as submersible pumps and puddle pumps.

  1. Contents Listing
  2. 1. INTRODUCTION 7
  3. 1.1 BACKGROUND 7
  4. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
  5. 2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 9
  6. 2.1 SUMMARY 9
  7. 2.2 FUTURE PROSPECTS 10
  8. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 12
  9. 3.1 GDP 12
  10. 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 13
  11. 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 14
  12. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 15
  13. 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION 15
  14. 3.6 STERLING 16
  15. 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE 17
  16. 3.8 CONCLUSIONS 17
  17. 4. THE UK MARKET FOR PUMPS 19
  18. 4.1 MARKET DEFINITION – CENTRIFUGAL AND POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMPS 19
  19. 4.2 MARKET SIZE – PUMPS 20
  20. 4.2.1 Background and Recent Performance 20
  21. 4.2.2 Future Prospects – Pumps Market UK 21
  22. 4.3 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS 22
  23. 4.4 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES 23
  24. 4.4.1 Construction Market Overview 23
  25. 4.4.2 Manufacturing and Engineering Sector Influences 26
  26. 4.4.3 Underlying Decline in Electricity Consumption 28
  27. 4.4.4 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Applications 29
  28. 4.4.5 Domestic and Light Commercial Circulators 30
  29. 4.4.6 The Pump Hire Sector 31
  30. 4.4.7 The UK Lighting Market 32
  31. 5. PRODUCT SEGMENTATION 33
  32. 5.1 PRODUCT TYPES – CENTRIFUGAL AND POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT 33
  33. 5.1.1 Product Mix 33
  34. 5.1.2 Positive Displacement Pumps 34
  35. 5.1.3 Centrifugal Pumps 39
  36. 5.2 END-USE APPLICATIONS 43
  37. 5.2.1 Application Mix – Industrial, Domestic, Power, Water etc 43
  38. 5.2.2 Industrial & Manufacturing 45
  39. 5.2.3 Oil & Gas 47
  40. 5.2.4 Water Industry 49
  41. 5.2.5 Power Generation 51
  42. 5.2.6 Marine 53
  43. 5.2.7 Domestic and Leisure 55
  44. 5.3 SUMMARY 56
  45. 6. DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS 57
  46. 6.1 DISTRIBUTION MIX AND STRUCTURE 57
  47. 6.1.1 Structure 58
  48. 6.2 DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS 60
  49. 6.2.1 Industrial and Construction 60
  50. 6.2.2 Domestic / Leisure Applications 64
  51. 7. MAJOR SUPPLIERS OF PUMPS 67
  52. 7.1 PUMP MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS 67
  53. 7.1.1 UK Pump Market Shares 67
  54. 7.1.2 Suppliers in the Positive Displacement Sector 69
  55. 7.1.3 Suppliers in the Centrifugal Sector 70
  56. 7.2 MAJOR SUPPLIERS 70
  57. 7.2.1 Centrifugal and Positive Displacement 71
  58. 7.2.2 Positive Displacement 74
  59. 7.2.3 Centrifugal 77
  1. Tables & Charts
  2. CHART 1 UK PUMPS MARKET 2009-2019 AT £M MSP 9
  3. TABLE 2 GDP DATA – 2012-2015 – KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
  4. CHART 3 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2019 14
  5. CHART 4 PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2019 15
  6. TABLE 5 EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2010-2016 – STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 17
  7. TABLE 6 UK MARKET FOR PUMPS 2010-2019 (£M MSP) 20
  8. TABLE 7 IMPORTS/EXPORTS OF PUMPS (£M) 2011-2015 23
  9. CHART 8 VALUE OF NON-DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2009 – 2019 BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 24
  10. CHART 9 NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT ANALYSIS BY SECTOR 2014 – % BY VALUE 25
  11. TABLE 10 OUTPUT OF THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES, FOOD/DRINK, TEXTILES (2011 = 100) 27
  12. TABLE 11 FINAL CONSUMPTION OF ELECTRICITY 2009-2014 28
  13. TABLE 12 THE UK AIR CONDITIONING MARKET 2010-2019 £M MSP 29
  14. TABLE 13 UK DOMESTIC CIRCULATOR MARKET (£M MSP) 2010-2018 30
  15. CHART 14 UK LIGHTING MARKET 2008-2018 (£M MSP) 32
  16. TABLE 15 SEGMENTATION OF THE UK PUMP MARKET 2014 AT £M MSP – CENTRIFUGAL AND POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT 33
  17. CHART 16 SHARE BY PUMP TYPE (CENTRIFUGAL AND POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT) 2006 – 2014 AND FORECAST FOR 2018 34
  18. CHART 17 POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMPS MARKET 2006-2018 (BI-ANNUAL) £M MSP 35
  19. TABLE 18 POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT SECTOR PUMPS – PRODUCT TYPE 35
  20. CHART 19 CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS MARKET 2006-2018 £M MSP 39
  21. TABLE 20 CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS SECTOR 40
  22. CHART 21 MIX OF END-USE APPLICATIONS FOR PUMPS IN THE UK MARKET 2014 – INDUSTRIAL, DOMESTIC, POWER, WATER ETC 43
  23. CHART 22 CHANGE IN MIX OF END-USE APPLICATIONS FOR PUMPS IN THE UK MARKET 2010-2018 – INDUSTRIAL, DOMESTIC, POWER, WATER ETC 44
  24. TABLE 23 SEWAGE HANDLING – SELECTION OF PUMPS USED FOR FLUID TRANSFER 49
  25. TABLE 24 EXAMPLES OF PUMPS FOR POWER GENERATION APPLICATIONS 52
  26. TABLE 25 MARINE PUMPS 54
  27. TABLE 26 APPLICATION AREA REVIEW OF TRENDS – UK MARKET 2014-2015 56
  28. TABLE 27 PUMP MANUFACTURERS’ SALES BY DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL – OEM/DIRECT, DISTRIBUTORS, HIRE, MARINE & OTHER 2014 57
  29. CHART 28 DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE OF THE UK MARKET FOR PUMPS 59
  30. CHART 29 ELECTRICAL WHOLESALE MARKET SHARES 2014 BY VALUE % (REXEL, EDMUNDSON, CEF ETC) 65
  31. CHART 30 UK MERCHANTS % MARKET SHARES BY VALUE 2014 66
  32. TABLE 31 KEY SUPPLIERS – UK MARKET SHARES BY VALUE 2014 68
  33. TABLE 32 KEY SUPPLIERS – POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMPS 69
  34. TABLE 33 KEY SUPPLIERS – CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS 70

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