The European process mixing equipment market is expected to gain steady momentum post the economic recession of 2008–2009.
Post 2009, as end users are slowly embarking on new projects and installing process plants, the mixing equipment market is expected to gain from increased demand in new project sales.
Germany was the biggest market for process mixing equipment in 2013 and is also expected to display the highest CAGR of % from 2013 to 2018. However, significant opportunities also make Eastern Europe a strong destination for the sale of mixers.
Impellers that find large scale use in chemical process, pharmaceutical, food and beverage industries occupy more than half of the market share. Impellers are expected to grow at a CAGR of % from 2013 to 2018.
Chemical process and food and beverage industries are the biggest users of mixing equipment on account of large-scale applications involving mixing and blending of liquids. Food and beverage is also expected to be the highest growing industry during the forecast period.
About this report
The research study assesses the trends in the European process mixing equipment market. The economic recession of 2009 led to a shortage of investment funds in the process mixing equipment market and most end-user purchases were either stalled or completely shelved. This study analyses and determines the impact of economic recession on the process equipment market. Analysis by each mixer equipment type has also been discussed. In addition, trends by products, end-user industry, and regions within Europe are also included as part of this research.
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