Copper Pipes and Tubes

Copper Pipes and Tubes

Dollar sales of copper pipes and tubes have been sluggish in recent years despite the recovery in construction and industrial markets. Dollar sales are estimated to have declined at about 5.0% annually between 2011 and 2014, while prices declined some 7.0% annually. This indicates that quantity demand rose 2.0% per year over this period. Copper pipe and tube prices declined along with the drop in material costs.

These and other industry trends are uncovered in this up-to-date Catalina First Look on Copper Pipes and Tubes. This First Look also provides data on product sales, price trends, exports and imports, end-use market purchases, factors driving demand, and the competitive environment. Data is compiled and analyzed from 1997 to the current year and the Executive Summary provides a five year forecast.

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U.S. market sales
Factors driving demand
Product and material price trends
Competitive environment
Outlook and five year forecast
U.S. sales and growth analysis
Real sales trends
Price Index trends
Residential, commercial, and industrial sales
Import shipments and growth analysis
Imports’ share of U.S. sales
Imports for the top five countries of origin
Export shipments and growth analysis
Exports’ share of U.S. shipments
Exports for the top five countries of destination
Residential and nonresidential building construction spending
New and existing home sales
Housing starts and permits
Homeowner remodeling and repair spending
Building material retail sales
Employment, personal income, and mortgage rates
Number of manufacturers
Average shipments per manufacturer
Leading competitor sales trends

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