Printing, Paper, Food, Textile & Other Machinery Manufacturing in Canada
The Printing, Paper, Food, Textile and Other Machinery Manufacturing industry in Canada provides machinery to various downstream manufacturing industries. During the current period, major downstream industries have experienced rising revenue. Underlying this trend is the anticipated depreciation of the Canadian dollar, which has increased the price-competitiveness of domestically manufactured goods, reducing the intensity of import penetration. As a result, manufacturing activity has strengthened in several key downstream industries, which has translated into rising demand for machinery upgrades and replacements. Over the next five years, the anticipated appreciation of the Canadian dollar is expected to temper exports and widen the industry's trade deficit. Additionally, demand from wood production and food manufacturing, which contributed to increased industry revenue during the previous five-year period, is expected to slow.
This report contains an amalgamation of disparate industrial machinery manufacturing, including machinery for food processing (e.g. ovens), machinery for sawmills and paper industries (e.g. log splitters), machinery for printing industries (e.g. printers) and other industrial machinery (e.g. knitting machinery and kilns).
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.