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B2B Market Reports

Mintel B2B reports provide market research and analysis on the critical issues affecting industrial and B2B markets. They not only explain the trends and identify future scenarios, but contextualise it in clear and concise formats, illustrated with tables and charts.


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- market size, segmentation and trend analysis

- market growth history and detailed forecasts

- industry, supply and demand structure

- company and competitor profiles

- research from key trade members

 

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  1. Underground Pipes - UK - December 2015

    “Underground pipes are used for a variety of end uses, and demand is therefore a factor of the investment decisions or economic performance of these end-use markets. Influences on end-use markets are varied and not always dependent on the growth of the wider economy, so market fluctuations rarely ...

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2015
    UK
  2. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering - UK - December 2015

    “The M&E sector has suffered for a prolonged period, with the recession reducing demand significantly, and the subsequent flat economy failing to rectify the situation. This led to severe price competition and the low cost price legacy is proving hard to shift even as the new construction sector ...

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2015
    UK
  3. Tubes and Pipes - UK - December 2015

    “Continued investment by the utility sectors, albeit now at lower levels than in the post-privatisation period, combined with stronger demand from the manufacturing sector and particularly the highly cyclical construction sector, are contributing to growing demand for tubes and pipes. The ...

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2015
    UK
  4. Consulting Engineers - UK - September 2015

    “The reform of the Highway Agency, now known as Highways England, should give contractors and consultants the confidence to recruit and train the skilled workers required to deliver the increase in transport projects over the coming years. The reform should also result in quicker, more efficient ...

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    September 2015
    UK
  5. Plumbing Products - UK - August 2015

    “Wider economic conditions suggest that the plumbing products market is set for growth, yet this has yet to materialise to date despite equally strong conditions. The elements of the central heating market reliant on replacement sales continue to need government support to encourage consumers to ...

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    US $1,912.55 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    August 2015
    UK
  6. Commercial Property - UK - July 2015

    “The UK’s current mild deflation is mainly due to a sharp fall in oil prices rather than weak demand in the UK, which is not expected to pose a threat to the commercial property market. Occupier demand and activity remains healthy across keys sectors of the commercial property market, while ...

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    July 2015
    UK
  7. Ceramic Tiles - UK - June 2015

    “The underlying market conditions are now strongly favourable for ceramic tiles, but substitute materials continue to offset some growth. Ultimately, long-term fashion trends, such as laminate flooring and splash boards, are only partially offsetting the more positive influences of en-suite ...

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    US $1,912.55 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    June 2015
    UK
  8. Residential Windows and Doors - UK - May 2015

    “The residential windows, doors and conservatory market has returned to some buoyancy following the economic downturn and subsequent flat economy. The new construction element of the market is set for a period of strong growth as existing buoyancy is still being compared with low levels of ...

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    May 2015
    UK
  9. Construction - UK - March 2015

    "The construction market consistently exaggerates economic development when there is an upturn, which often leads to prolific market growth. This inevitably means that skills shortages emerge, with material shortages also reported in the house building sector."

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    US $1,272.90 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    March 2015
    UK