Underground Pipes (Industrial Report) - UK - November 2014
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“The separate aspects of the underground pipes market are subject to very different influences, including the long-term spending plans of utilities, where years of under investment continues to be addressed; the highly variable construction market, which tends to exaggerate overall economic vagaries; and political policy and public spending activity. These influences have led to market growth even in the flat economic conditions post economic downturn.”
– Terry Leggett, Senior Analyst
The following materials used in the production of pipes are quantified in this report:
Demand for underground pipes is intrinsically linked to investment levels among end-user sectors. Demand is particularly closely linked to construction trends and investment in the utilities, notably water and gas supply, where the product is transported through a wide network of pipes. Existing pipes are also subject to repair and maintenance work, which provides an additional market.
In many sectors, there is considerable competition between materials, although certain materials are suited to specific applications. Plastic pipes and tubes have generally gained market share in recent years, reflecting developments in plastics technology and the improved performance of plastic polymers.
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