The 2015 France: Wholesale of Solid, Liquid and Gaseous Fuels -Industry Forecast report (ISIC 4661) analyzes the industry size, competitors, projected industry growth/decline, financial ratios and regional data for the period 2009 through 2016.
Perry/Hope Partners' reports provide the most accurate industry forecasts based on our proprietary economic models. Our forecasts project the number of enterprises, establishments, turnover and employment for 2015 and 2016 using regression analysis in our modeling. and Perry/Hope is the only market research publisher that utilizes both longitudinal (historical) and vertical (from industry section to industry division to industry class) analysis, since we study every industry in the countries we analyze.
The report features our exclusive national trends overview chapter (with forecasts on the country's GDP and economic performance). The second section provides estimates on the national size of the industry (turnover, enterprises, establishments, wages/salaries and employment) broken down by employee size of establishments, as well as financial ratios (value added, production value, gross operating surplus, turnover per employee). The turnover estimates are translated into a number of exchange rates (Euros, U.S. Dollars, U.K. Pounds, Canadian Dollars, Japanese Yen, and Chinese Yuan). Investment data (tangible goods, buildings, structures, equipment and machinery) are also included. The third section features the top industry players (up to twenty, if available). Data on each company includes headquarters location, estimated company sales (2009 to 2013, if available), estimated number of employees, website URL, and stock symbol (for public companies). The final section features regional area estimates on 2015 turnover, establishments and employment for every NUTS3 defined region and broken down by employee size of establishment.
Perry/Hope Partners hopes you will utilize our Industry Forecast reports for:
Your company's performance benchmarked to industry averages and top industry players.
Your GAP analysis needs (national and regional forecasts compared to your company's turnover performance).
Your market share in both national and regional markets.
Your risk analysis data needs (industry performance compared to other industries and national/international economies).
Your investment decisions based on industry growth/decline forecasts and investment forecasts for goods, buildings/structures, equipment and machinery.
Your SWOT analysis requisities (potential industry strengths, weaknesses, and external opportunities and threats).