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Calibration Services Market Strategy & Forecasts Europe Edition 2016 to 2019

Calibration Services Market Strategy & Forecasts Europe Edition 2016 to 2019

A growing market. Key growth drivers. An industry protected from economic cycles. An industry driven forward by increasing global regulations and security. The future of the calibration services industry is explored with detailed market forecasts and strategic analysis.
Worldwide Metropolitan Market sizes are included with every report. This 2016 European edition of the industry standard report provides valuable information and insight. The report doesn’t just look at market size. It examines key operational principles and industry best practices provided by industry veterans. Look at acquisition and divestiture opportunities. Revise pricing and service terms. Develop new service packaging and offerings. Consider integrated marketing programs.

"I recommend it as a planning tool for any organization that provides calibration services."
Dr. Malcolm Smith, Board Member NACLA, Committee Chair NCSLI

24 companies are profiled in this report.
This latest version of the report includes Major Metropolitan Market Size Table 2016.
If their country is not already listed purchasers can request Individual Country Market Size information, or other customization, without additional charge.
All the important facts are here. Industry growth rates. Geographic, instrumentation and industry breakdowns of market size. Explore the potential of the industry and gain an appreciation of the big picture for a relatively new industry that is expanding onto a global stage.
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1. Introduction and Market Definition
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Market Definition
2. Market Overview
2.1 Manufacturer Practices
2.1.1 Difference Between Manufacturer and other Vendors
2.1.2 Difference Between Electronic and Mechanical Segments
2.3 Accreditation
2.3.1 Accreditation Recognition
2.3.2 Two Tiered AccreditationStandard
2.4 Segments and Capability
2.4.1 An Overview ofSegmentation Practice
2.4.2 Segmentation by Company Size
2.4.3 On-site Service as a Segment
2.5 Industry Structure and Participants
2.5.1 The International System of Measurement – A Primer
2.5.2 Current Industry Participants
2.5.3 Industry Structure
2.6 Geographic Influences
2.6.1 Geographic Preference
2.6.2 Implications for Laboratory Management
2.6.3 Growing Demand for On Site Service
3. Market Trends
3.1 Factors DrivingGrowth
3.1.1 Impact of Climate Change
3.2 Factors Inhibiting Growth
3.2.1 Recalibrate Versus Replace
3.3 The Changing Role of the Manufacturer
3.3.1 The Position of Trust
3.3.2 Customers Have an Equipment Management Need
3.3.3 Effect on Repair Demand
3.3.4 Manufacturer’s Rethink Service and Support
3.4 Services Packaging
3.4.1 Services Packaging Today and Tomorrow
3.4.2 Reduced Services Play a Role
3.4.3 Basic CalibrationChanges
3.4.4 The Role of On Line Value Added Services
3.4.5 Change in Demand for Accreditation
3.4.6 Pricing for On Site to Change
3.4.7 Contract Agreements to Change
3.5 Technology Development
3.5.1 Five Important Technology Developments
3.5.2 Calibration Services Look to Installed Base
3.5.3 Calibration Intervals Change
3.5.4 Impact of Self Calibration
4. Pricing and Business Development
4.1 Calibration Service Pricing and Plans
4.1.1 Variable Factors in a Calibration Service
4.1.2 Fee Based Pricing
4.1.3 Approaches to Pricing
4.1.4 Pricing and Geography
4.1.5 Surcharges
4.1.6 Limited Calibration
4.1.7 Volume Discounts
4.1.8 Mobile Pricing
4.1.9 Service Plans
Asset Management
Customer Commitment
Personnel Rental
4.2 Promotion
4.2.1 Sales Promotion Practice
4.2.2 ACalibrationServices Marketing System
4.2.3 Services Marketing Program Tools
4.2.4 Company Website and Marketing Strategy
4.3 Customer Service
4.3.1 Customer Service Measurement
4.3.2 Teamwork in Customer Service
4.3.3 The Role of Leadership
4.4 Merger and Acquisition
4.4.1 Economies of Scale
4.4.2 Caveats and Factors Unfavourable to Merger Activity
4.5 Competition
5. Industry Segmentation Analysis
5.1 Aerospace/Defense
5.2 Agriculture and Food Production
5.3 Automotive
5.4 Biomedical/Pharmaceutical
5.5 Communication
5.6 General Manufacturing
5.7 High Technology
5.8 Material Production
5.9 Other
6. Recent Market Activity
6.1 Laboratory Testing Inc. Announces Continuation of A2LA Accreditation and Expanded Scope
6.2 UA partners with military lab in New Mexico
6.3 First accredited calibration laboratory for Photovoltaic modules
6.4 Northeast Ohio Calibration Lab Announc
First-Half Revenue Growth
6.5 DynCorp to Support Air Force Calibration Lab
6.6 Tektronix Expands Capabilities at Rome, New YorkCalibration Lab
6.7 NIST launches new calibration service for high-power lasers
6.8 Intertek launches electrical lab for LED and battery testing
6.9 German Laboratory Achieves Accreditation for Independent Testing and Calibration of Gas Analysers
6.10 FireflySci Releases Spectrophotometer Calibration Standards
6.11 Keysight Technologies Announces Purchase of Electroservices Enterprises Ltd.
6.12 Transcat Acquires Anmar Metrology, Inc.
6.13 Renishaw opens n
million Innovation Center in UK
6.14 TRESCAL Acquires GENCAL in New Jersey
6.15 New Acquisition in North America and Spain Asserting Trescal’s Growth Strategy
6.16 Trescal Pursues Acquisition Strategy in North America, Italy with Support of Ardian
6.17 Keysight Technologies buys English test and measurement firm Electroservices Enterprises Ltd
6.18 MTS Systems (MTSC) Announces Acquisition of Instrument and Calibration Sweden AB
6.19 Transcat Expands Life Science Market Presence With Calibration Technologies Acquisition
6.20 Atlas Copco Completes Acquisition of German Calibration Specialist
6.21TranscatExpands Midwest Presence With Acquisition ofApex Metrology Solutions
6.22 Transcat Diluted Earnings Per Share Up 33% in Fiscal Ye First Quarter
6.23 METTLER TOLEDO launches new weights Combined with unique calibration service
6.24 WIKA calibration laboratories now also accredited for electrical measurement parameters
6.25 Yokogawa Announces IS Accreditation for North American Calibration Laboratory
6.26 IS Accreditation of Magtrol’s Torque Calibration Laboratory
6.27 Tata Power's Meter Testing and Calibration Laboratory gets ISO/IEC 170 accreditation
6.28 Premium Inspection and Testing Acquires Quad City Testing Laboratory and Quad City Calibration .
6.29 NASA Transfers Software to Army
6.30 ECD Receives ISO/IE Accreditation for its Testing and Calibration Laboratory
6.31 Pressure Test Solutions Business Sold
6.32 Transcat Reports Second Quarter Fisc Results
6.33 Keysight Technologies Announces New Organizational Structure
6.34 Ashtead Technology calibration lab accredited by UKAS
6.35 Trescal Opens Greenfield Calibration Laboratory in Mobile, AL
6.36 Transcat acquires Excalibur Engineering
6.37 TUV SUD Acquires Canadian Test Lab Global EMC Inc.
6.38 Rice Lake company expands
6.39TrescalAnnounces Acquisition ofKalibrix Germany
6.40 Transcat Expands Services Business With Acquisition of Spectrum Technologies
7. Key Players
7.1 ABB
7.2 Agilent
7.3 Bruel & Kjaer
7.4 Consumers Energy
7.5 Dynamic Technology Inc
7.6 Edison Metrology
7.7 Endress & Hauser
7.8 ESSCO Calibration Laboratory
7.9 Fluke
7.10 GE Kaye
7.11 Instron
7.12 Lockheed Martin
7.13 Micro Precision Calibration
7.14 Optical Test and Calibration
7.15 Rhode & Schwarz
7.16 SGS
7.17 Siemens
7.18 Simco
7.19 Technical Maintenance Inc
7.20 Tektronix
7.21 Teseq
7.22 Tradinco Instruments
7.23 Transcat
7.24 Trescal
10. Market Size and Forecasts -Europe
10.1 Datatable and Chart: Europe Market Historical and Foreca by Parameter. Electrical,Mechanical, Physical, and Thermal in Revenues $ Millions.
10.2 Datatable and Chart: Europe Market Historical and Foreca by Parameter. Electrical,Mechanical, Physical, and Thermal as a Percent.
10.3 Datatable and Chart: Europe Market Historical and Foreca by Industry. Revenues $ Millions
10.4 Datatable and Chart: Europe Market Historical and Foreca by Industry. Percent
10.5 Datatable and Chart: Europe Market Historical and Foreca by Country. UK, Germany, France, Western Europe and Eastern Europe (incl. Russia). Revenue $ Millions.
10.6 Datatable and Chart: Europe Market Historical and Foreca by Country. UK, Germany, France, Western Europe and Eastern Europe (incl. Russia). Percent
13. Market Sizes and Forecasts World Metropolitan Areas
13.1 World Metropolitan Areas Datatable Market Size Forecasts
Table of Tables
Table 1. Competitive Positioning: Manufacturer vs. ISV
Table 2. Industry Segments
Table 3. Industry Participants
Table 4. Industry Growth Factors
Table 5. Factors Inhibiting Growth
Table 6. Variable Factors in Calibration Services
Table 7. Possible Uplift or Surcharge Items
Table 8. Calibration Services Promotional Tools
Table 21. Europe by Measurement Type. US$Mill.
Table 22. Europe by Measurement Type. Percent.
Table 23. Europe by Industry. US$Mill
Table 24. Europe by Industry. Percent
Table 25. Europe by Country. US$Mill
Table 26. Europe by Country. Percent
Table 35. World Metropolitan Areas Calibration Market 2016
Table of Figures
Figure 1. An Overview of Segmentation in the Calibration Industry.
Figure 2. Services Packaging Today
Figure 3. ServicesPackaging Tomorrow
Figure 4. A System for Calibration Services Marketing
Figure 17. Europe by Measurement Type. US$Mill
Figure 18. Europe by Measurement Type. Percent
Figure 19. Europe by Industry. US$Mill.
Figure 20. Europe by Industry. Percent.
Figure 21. Europe by Country. US$Mill.
Figure 22. Europe by Country. Percent.

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