Region: Europe
Category: Manufacturing & Packaging

Europe Manufacturing & Packaging

(158 reports matching your criteria)
  • Switzerland Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... to the continued depreciation of the localcurrency against the US dollar. The market will benefit from an improved economic performance in 2016,as well as accelerating growth in Switzerland's main eurozone trading partners. The country's favourabletax ... Read More

  • Serbia Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... of the Serbian dinar against the US dollar.Economic growth will remain tepid in 2016, but recovering demand from Serbia's European tradingpartners will boost export growth. The majority of medical devices are imported as local manufacturersfocus ... Read More

  • Belarus Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... outlook for the Belarusian medical device market is mixed, with robust growth projected in local currency terms, but due to the depreciation of the Belarusian ruble, we forecast the market to increase by a low ... Read More

  • Sweden Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... by depreciation of the Swedish krona against the US dollar, which resulted in a downturn in 2015. We anticipate the market will return to growth from 2016. While Sweden has a strong medical device manufacturing ... Read More

  • Finland Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... a steady rise in medical device consumption, increasing financial pressures on the healthcare system and the relatively small population overall are likely to constrain future growth rates. While Finland has a history of high quality ... Read More

  • Slovakia Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... depreciation of the euro against the US dollar. Good economic performance and a high level of health spending will facilitate moderate market growth in local currency terms over the 2014-2019 period. Slovakia will remain heavily ... Read More

  • Spain Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... attractive to multinational and nationalcompanies. Despite cost-containment measures and SNS debts, most of the market will remain accountableto the public sector. The market will benefit from the prevalence of chronic diseases, the ageing populationand digital ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... represent the fastest growing market in Central and EasternEurope (CEE) over the 2014-2019 period, assisted by a relatively strong economy and the appreciatingkoruna. The Czech Republic is heavily reliant on imported medical devices, although domesticallymanufactured ... Read More

  • Romania Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... scarcity of high-tech equipment, the expandingprivate healthcare sector and the acute need for renovation within hospitals keeps the demand for medicaldevices high. The market will remain heavily reliant on imports as the domestic industry mainly ... Read More

  • Austria Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... In keeping with most developedmarkets, the main growth drivers in the market are the increasing health needs of the ageing populationand the search for new technologies to improve patient outcomes and increase health service efficiency. ... Read More

  • Belgium Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... health sector is set for a further period onausterity following the government's decision to cut the growth target for health insurance spending from3.0% to 1.5% in 2015 and to just 0.75% in 2016. At the ... Read More

  • Norway Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... grow at a US dollar CAGR of 3.9% to2019 with the ageing population the main growth driver. The market will continue to be import-led withmuch of domestic production geared to the export market. Latest Updates ... Read More

  • France Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... containment measures to controlspending on medical devices will limit underlying growth in the market, which is primarily driven by therising healthcare needs of the aging population and the need to keep pace with new technology. ... Read More

  • Portugal Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... with low prices and lowervolume purchases. Small and medium-sized companies have to deal with large debts owed by publichospitals, despite increased investment intended to reduce this problem. Latest Updates and Key Forecasts We forecast low ... Read More

  • Ukraine Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... of the local currency against the dollar. Weanticipate economic and import performance to improve in the long-term. Demand for expensive medicalequipment is largely met by imports, although the domestic industry is gradually accounting for a ... Read More

  • United Kingdom Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... outcome of the referendum on UKmembership of the EU, which will take place on June 23 2016. The government has promised a minimumreal terms increase in NHS funding in England over the next five years. ... Read More

  • Slovenia Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... of the euro against the dollar. Slovenia is heavilyreliant on imported medical devices as domestic production is characterised by small, specialisedmanufacturers, many of which engage in exports, principally to neighbouring countries. Latest Updates and Key ... Read More

  • Denmark Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... generous welfaresystem. As such the market will only show low growth with a forecast US dollar CAGR of 1.4% for the2014-2019 period. Local production is focused on consumables and patient aids, primarily hearing aids,therefore the ... Read More

  • Lithuania Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... tocontribute to growth. Accordingly, we forecast that the market will record a 2014-2019 CAGR of 4.4% inUS dollar terms, ranging from 2.0% for orthopaedics & prosthetics up to 6.8% for dental products. We forecast that ... Read More

  • Croatia Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... of the local currency against the US dollar. Themarket will benefit from improved economic performance, as well as recovering demand from Croatia'smain eurozone trading partners. The market will remain heavily reliant on imports. We forecast ... Read More

  • Estonia Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... is heavily reliant on imports,but its small size limits the scope for the purchase of more expensive items. Latest Updates And Key Forecasts We forecast the medical device market will record a 2014-2019 CAGR of ... Read More

  • Greece Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... heavily reliant on imports, as domesticmanufacturers are mainly small scale operations focusing on low value, high volume disposables. Theeconomic crisis, ongoing austerity measures and a weak euro have contributed to a downward trend inimports since ... Read More

  • Italy Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... performance. Percapita expenditure will remain very low by regional standards. Despite improvements, small companies willhave to deal with a notorious amount of red tape and payment delays in the public sector, which representsabout 70% of ... Read More

  • Latvia Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... market is largely supplied by imports,principally from Western suppliers. Domestic production has traditionally been geared towards satisfyingthe local market and exporting to other former Soviet countries, but as Russian demand falls away weexpect to see ... Read More

  • Bulgaria Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... are primarily sourced from otherEU member states. Market growth will be dependent upon increasing healthcare funding and the success ofefforts to develop the private sector. Latest Updates and Key Forecasts We forecast that the market ... Read More

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