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Table Sauces in South Africa (2012) – Market Sizes

Description

Table Sauces in South Africa provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2012. This market covers bottled/packaged ambient; tomato ketchup, salad dressing, mayonnaise, mustard, brown, soy and other table sauces which accompany food at the time of eating. It includes all soy sauces whether used as cooking or table sauce. Market value and volume comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Table Sauces in South Africa is given in %, USD, ZAR and tonnes with a minimum of five years’ historical data. Market Forecast is provided for five years. Included with this snapshot is socio-economic data for South Africa. Population, Consumer Price Index (CPI), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Exchange Rates. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/food-market-research-report/table-sauces-in-south-africa-2012-market-sizes.html

Description

Segmentation of this market

Brown
Mayonnaise
Mustard
Other Table Sauces
Salad Dressing
Soy
Tomato Ketchup

Compound annual growth rates

Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is provided for this market and is based on the last 5 years of available data.

Socio-economic data

Included with this snapshot is socio-economic data for Ireland. Population, Consumer Price Index (CPI), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Exchange Rates.

Market Size & Forecast

Market size for Table Sauces in South Africa is given in %, USD, ZAR and tonnes with a minimum of five years’ historical data. Market Forecast is provided for five years.

Companies Mentioned

All Joy Foods Ltd
Famous Brands Limited
Foodcorp (Proprietary) Limited
H. J. Heinz Company
Nando’s
Nestlé S.A.
Tiger Brands

Market size

Highlights – strongest and weakest performers
Figure 1: Volume – Absolute size (2006 – 2016)
Figure 2: Volume – Growth (2006 – 2016)
Table 1: Volume (2006 – 2016)
Figure 3: Value in Local Currency – Value (2006 – 2016)
Figure 4: Value in Local Currency – Value growth (2006 – 2016)
Table 2: Value in Local Currency (2006 – 2016)
Figure 5: Value in USD – Value (2006 – 2016)
Figure 6: Value in USD – Value growth (2006 – 2016)
Table 3: Value in USD (2006 – 2016)

Market segmentation

Figure 7: South Africa – Table Sauces: Market segmentation by volume ((000) tonnes) – 2010
Figure 8: South Africa – Table Sauces: Market segmentation by volume ((000) tonnes) – 2011
Table 4: South Africa – Table Sauces: Market segmentation by volume ((000) tonnes) (2010 – 2011)
Figure 9: South Africa – Table Sauces: Market segmentation by value (m ZAR) (2009 – 2011)
Table 5: South Africa – Table Sauces: Market segmentation by value (m ZAR) (2009 – 2011)

Market shares

Figure 10: South Africa – Table Sauces: Company market share by volume (%) – 2011
Table 6: South Africa – Table Sauces: Company market share by volume (%) (2011)
Figure 11: South Africa – Table Sauces: Company market share by value (%) – 2011
Table 7: South Africa – Table Sauces: Company market share by value (%) (2011)
Company details

Table 8: South Africa – Table Sauces: Website Links

Compound annual growth rates

Table 9: Compound annual growth rates (2007 – 2016)

Socio-economic data

Figure 12: Population (millions) (2003 – 2016)
Table 10: Population (millions) (2003 – 2016)
Figure 13: Consumer price index (CPI) (2002 – 2016)
Table 11: Consumer price index (CPI) (2002 – 2016)
Figure 14: Gross domestic product (m USD) (2003 – 2016)
Table 12: Gross domestic product (m USD) (2003 – 2016)
Figure 15: Exchange rates (2003 – 2016)
Table 13: Exchange rates (2003 – 2016)

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Indian Coal Industry Forecast to 2013

The Indian coal industry, one of the largest in terms of reserve base and production level, has gained significant momentum in the past few years. Mainly dominated by PSUs like Coal India Ltd, which contributes over 75% of the country’s total coal production, the industry has attracted government concern and investments. However, India has not been able to minimize its coal deficit despite huge resource base, and still depends on imports. As per our latest estimations, carried out in recent research report, the overall coal imports are anticipated to cross the 100 Million Metric Tons-mark in near future. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/energy-market-research-report/indian-coal-industry-forecast-to-2013.html

According to our research report “Indian Coal Industry Forecast to 2013”, the coal demand has been rising constantly in India on back of high demand from major coal consuming sectors, including power, cement and steel. Our study also analyzed that plentiful coal reserves in Jharkhand, growing industry demand mainly by power sector, and the increasing government support will boost the coal production in the country. We estimate that coal production will grow at a CAGR of around 9% during 2011-12 to 2013-14. It is also anticipated that the demand for thermal coal and coking coal by power and steel sectors, respectively, will gain momentum in near future.

We also observed that the Indian coal industry is set to witness a great boost in near future on back of strong government support and rising mergers and acquisitions of coal mines in overseas market. The presence of vast opportunities in coal washeries is also encouraging players to infuse money in them. Recently, de-allocation of coal blocks and stake sales in PSUs were among the major steps taken by the government to boost production and investment in the coal industry.

While analyzing the pricing mechanism, we found that Coal India’s latest pricing system, adopting Gross Calorific Value (GCV) method, would have a minimal impact on power consumers, while non-power consumers would be affected the most. On distribution front, we observed that under-developed infrastructure has been creating problems for transportation of coal to various power plants across the country. The situation is expected to get worse if railways, roads and ports are not developed in pace with the capacity addition program. Moreover, detailed information on key market players and government initiatives has been included in the comprehensive study to present a balanced outlook of the Indian coal industry to clients.

Table Of  Contents

1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. India’s Stand in Global Coal Industry
3.1 By Production
3.2 By Consumption
4. Emerging Market Trends
4.1 Focus on Clean Coal Technology (CCT)
4.2 Rising Domestic Demand
4.3 Growing Wave of M&As to Acquire Overseas Mines
4.4 Increasing Government Support
4.5 Coal Upgradation Technology
5. Indian Coal Industry Performance
5.1 Resources
5.1.1 By Type
5.1.2 By Geography
5.1.2.1 Jharkhand
5.1.2.2 Odisha
5.1.2.3 Chhattisgarh
5.1.2.4 Paschimbanga
5.1.2.5 Madhya Pradesh
5.1.3 Non-coking Coal by Grade
5.2 Production
5.2.1 By Type
5.2.2 By Company
5.2.3 By Opencast and Underground Mines
5.2.4 By Captive Blocks
5.3 Demand
5.3.1 By Type
5.3.2 By Industry
5.4 Supply
5.4.1 By Type
5.4.2 By Industry
5.5 Trade
5.6 Coal Washeries
5.7 Investment
5.7.1 By Company
6. Coal-based Potential Areas
6.1 Coal Bed Methane (CBM)
6.2 Coal Mine Methane (CMM)
6.3 Coal to Liquid
7. Coal Pricing
8. Distribution Model of Coal Industry
9. Clean Coal Technology (CCT)
9.1 Coal Beneficiation Technology
9.2 Coal Combustion Technology
9.3 Coal Conversion Technologies
9.4 Post-combustion Technology
9.4.1 Combined Cycle Technologies
9.4.2 Underground Coal Gasification
9.4.3 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell
9.4.4 Magneto-hydro-dynamic Power
9.4.5 Advanced Combustion Technologies
9.4.6 Carbon Capture and Storage Technology
9.5 CCT Roadmap
10. Demand Potential by Industry Verticals
10.1 Cement Industry
10.1.1 Future Installed Capacity
10.1.2 Recent Developments
10.2 Steel Industry
10.2.1 Crude Steel Production
10.2.2 Recent Developments
10.3 Power Sector
10.3.1 Installed Capacity
10.3.2 Coal based Thermal Power Capacity
11. Government Initiatives
12. Key Players
12.1 Coal India Ltd.
12.2 Singareni Collieries Company Ltd.
12.3 Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd.

List of Figures

Figure 3-1: Global – Hard Coal Production by Country (%), 2010
Figure 3-2: Global – Coal Consumption by Country (%), 2010
Figure 5-1: Proved Coal Resources (Million Metric Tons), 2008-2011
Figure 5-2: Coal Resources by Type (Million Metric Tons), 2011
Figure 5-3: Non-coking Coal Resources by Grade (Million Metric Tons), 2011
Figure 5-4: Coal Production (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 to 2013-14
Figure 5-5: Coking Coal Production (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 to 2013-14
Figure 5-6: Non-coking Coal Production (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 to 2013-14
Figure 5-7: Coal Production by Company (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 to 2010-11
Figure 5-8: Coal Production by Opencast and Underground Mines (Million Metric Tons), 2007-08 to 2010-11
Figure 5-9: Coal Production from Captive Blocks (Million Metric Tons), 2007-08- 2011-12
Figure 5-10: Coal Demand (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 to 2013-14
Figure 5-11: Coal Demand by Type (%), 2011-12
Figure 5-12: Coal Demand by Industry (%), 2011-12
Figure 5-13: Coal Supply (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 to 2013-14
Figure 5-14: Coal Supply by Type (Million Metric Tons), 2008-09 & 2009-10
Figure 5-15: Coal Supply by Industry (%), 2010-11
Figure 5-16: Coal Import (Million Metric Tons), 2007-08 to 2013-14
Figure 5-17: Washed Coking Coal Production (Million Metric Tons), 2007-08 to 2010-11
Figure 5-18: Washed Non-coking Coal Production (Million Metric Tons), 2007-08 to 2009-10
Figure 5-19: Investment in Coal Industry (Billion INR), 10th & 11th Five Year Plan
Figure 5-20: Investment in Coal Companies (Billion INR), 2007-08 to 2011-12
Figure 10-1: Cement Installed Production Capacity (Million Metric Tons), 2011-12 to 2013-14
Figure 10-2: Share of Cement Installed Production Capacity Addition by Region (2009-10 to 2012-13)
Figure 10-3: Crude Steel Production (Million Metric Tons), 2009-2013
Figure 10-4: Installed Power Generation Capacity (GW), 2009-10 to 2013-14
Figure 10-5: Coal based Thermal Power Capacity (GW), 2008-09 to 2010-11

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Retail Sector in India: Strategic Review (Budget 2012-13)

Retail Sector in India is the second largest employer after agriculture. Although the sector is highly fragmented, Retail trade in the country has burgeoned in the past decade, mainly on account of a gradual increase in the disposable incomes of the middle and upper-middle class households. Total retail sale is expected to grow to US$ 674.37 billion by 2014, from US$ 392.63 billion in 2011. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/retail-market-research-report/retail-sector-in-india-strategic-review-budget-2012-13.html

The growing wealth with the middle-class in India, the population size and the big percentage of population being in 30s, makes immense possibilities for entrepreneurial growth in the retail sector.

Takes you through the impact analysis of Union Budget 2012-13 on the Industry in this report. The report provides useful and comprehensive information about the industry expectations from the budget, proposed measures in the budget and their impact on industry and its players.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT

• Industry at a glance
• List of key Budget expectations
• Analysis of the various budget provisions affecting the industry
• Summarize impact on key players of the industry

REASONS TO BUY

To understand the impact of key government policies on the overall industry and key players

Table of Contents

1. OVERVIEW
2. PRE BUDGET EXPECTATIONS
3. KEY BUDGET PROVISIONS
4. BUDGET IMPACT ANALYSIS
4.1 Industry Impact
4.2 Company Impact

List of Tables & Figures

Table 1: Impact on Companies

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Advanced Packaging : 3D Silicon and Glass Interposers

Reort On  3D Silicon and Glass Interposers

Why and how 2.5D integration will impact more than 15% of the IC substrate business by 2017

2.5D AND 3D INTEGRATION IS SET TO BE A LONG-LASTING TREND IN THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY
After meeting with swift commercial success on a few initial applications, including MEMS, sensors and power amplifiers, 3D integration has been on everyone’s mind for the past five years. However, once the initial euphoria faded, and despite technical developments which assured most observers that mass adoption of 3D was not out of reach, some unanticipated technical and supply chain hurdles were revealed that were higher than anticipated. It was then that 2.5D integration by means of 3D glass or silicon interposers was revealed by experts as a necessary stepping-stone to full 3D integration. Our first report on 3D interposers and 2.5D integration was in 2010; at that time, we listed the various applications of this technology trend and its drivers, and we showed that glass and silicon interposers were expected to become high-volume necessities, rather than just high-performance solutions for a few niche applications. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/consumer-electronics-market-research-report/advanced-packaging-3d-silicon-and-glass-interposers.html

In this 2012 edition of that report, we provide more evidence of our findings from two years ago: after refining the applications and drivers of 3D interposers and 2.5D integration with the use of detailed forecasts, Yole Développement estimates that far from being a stepping-stone technology to full 3D integration, 3D interposers and 2.5D integration is emerging as a mass volume, long-lasting trend in the semiconductor industry. Silicon and Glass Interposers

THE BUSINESS GENERATED BY THE 2.5D INTERPOSER SUBSTRATE WILL GROW RAPIDLY, TO AN EXPECTED TOTAL VALUE OF $1.6B IN 2017
Glass & silicon 2.5D interposers are already a commercial reality in MEMS, Analog, RF & LED applications on 150mm / 200mm, supported by the relatively ‘exotic’ infrastructures of MEMS players such as IMT-MEMS, Silex Microsystems, DNP, and DALSA / Teledyne, and structured glass substrate suppliers like HOYA, PlanOptik, NEC / Schott, and tecnisco. On 300mm, the infrastructure and market for 2.5D/3D interposers has hardly emerged as of 2012, but nevertheless we expect that in 2017, over 2 million 300mm wafers will be produced in that year alone. We also expect that the silicon or glass type of 2.5D interposer substrate will impact more than 16% of the traditionally ‘organic-made’ IC package substrate business by 2017, with almost $1.6B revenues generated by then.

STRONG DIGITAL DRIVERS WILL SHIFT TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPLY CHAIN PARADIGMS
As technology developments progress, the industry will discover clear advantages to using 2.5D interposers for new applications and supply chain possibilities. Throughout this 2012 report, we detail these new lead applications, as well as the relevant needs and challenges.

Also, we show evidence that this emerging infrastructure, which was initially focused on MEMS and sensors, is shifting paradigms to logic modules driven by stringent electrical and thermal performance requirements. As a result, the demand for interposers is shifting to fine-pitch 300mm diameter silicon wafers and high-accuracy flip chip micro-bumping and assembly.

Graphical Processor Units for gaming and computing and high-performance ASICs and FPGAs are paving the way, with high volumes first expected in 2013. As these drivers increasingly appear as must-haves to serve the ever-increasing need for larger electrical bandwidths imposed by graphical sophistication, cloud computing and many more end uses, leading companies are busy creating the appropriate infrastructure.

The semiconductor supply chain is adapting to these significant in substrate technologies.

Wafer foundries appear to be the most able entities to offer manufacturing solutions on the open market, both technically and in terms of capex investment capabilities. But their ambition extends far beyond the manufacturing of wafers, and into assembly and test services as well.

Concurrently, some of the major IDMs are preparing to exploit their wide capabilities and to enter the open foundry and assembly services side for 2.5D and 3D integration based on such new type of IC package substrate technologies.

IS COST REALLY AN ISSUE IN THE LONG TERM?
Significant investments began in 2012, with more than $150M capex expected and driven by both wafer foundries (TSMC, Global Foundries) and OSATs (Amkor, ASE). No one, especially in Taiwan, wants to be left behind in this high-growth story, as it clearly appears to be a central piece of the increasing middle-end business and infrastructure, halfway between the front-end silicon foundries and the back-end assembly & test facilities.

The question now is: “can anyone build a profitable business case to support the growth of 2.5D/3D interposers”? In other words, how long will it take for investing companies to be paid back, while offering affordable prices to their customers? Yole expects the expansion model of this new technology trend to follow a traditional path: first, high-value modules are expected to use the technology to offer unprecedented high performance, followed by higher volume applications.

The nice thing about 2.5D interposers is that they do not only allow for unprecedented performance: they can do so for a much lower cost than any competing technology. Through a few cost cases in this report, we demonstrate that cost can be a strong adoption driver too. No, silicon and glass interposers are not “additional dead pieces of hardware in the package” — on the contrary, they are among the top five key elements of the semiconductor roadmap for the decade 2010-2020.

KEY FEATURES OF THE REPORT
Detailed view, by product and device type, of the key applications driving the commercialization of 2.5D interposer substrates
Detailed 2011 – 2017 market forecast in both unit and wafer shipments, including a revenues analysis of Middle-end to Back-end assembly & test-related activities
Overview of the positioning of different key players, and an understanding of supply chain challenges happening between the different business models in place
Technology trends & roadmaps, including the topic of glass interposers and the possible move to large PANEL area processing, leveraging LCD or PCB infrastructures
Detailed cost structure of several different 2.5D interposer packages: system-level evaluation of several different case scenarios, analyzing the expected cost decrease trend over five years
Analysis of the required investment in terms of capex between 2011 – 2017

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Report On Indian Gems and Jewellery Industry

Reort On Indian Gems and Jewellery Industry

Indian Gems and Jewellery (G&J) industry is one of the major exporting industries with a firm presence in cut & polished (C&P) diamond exports, handling world’s 90% of diamond cutting and polishing business. Of late, India’s gold jewellery exports have witnessed a spectacular rise as Jewellers are pushing the jewellery into high margin overseas markets. On the domestic front, India is one of the major consumers of gold cornering around 30% of world’s total gold consumption. Though demand for diamond jewellery in India is quite low as compared to overall jewellery demand, the same is picking with rising urbanization, younger population, rising popularity of diamond due to marketing efforts by the players etc. www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/consumer-goods-market-research-report/indian-gems-and-jewellery-industry.html

The G&J industry in FY2012 has suffered on two counts: subdued demand for C&P diamonds led to decline in prices whereas prices of rough diamond did not fall to that extent, leading to margin erosion for exporters and in the domestic markets, more than 30% rise in gold price in rupee terms coupled with lower GDP growth and higher inflation led to muted gold consumption. Organized players in the G&J space are witnessing a good growth due to thriving retail growth and more innovative products. Though the contribution of organized players is small, it is expected to pick up rapidly going forward. Jewellery Industry

CARE Research expects that exports will grow at a moderate pace over next couple of years due to a drop in C&P exports on account of drastic reduction in re-export of C&P diamonds and subdued global demand for C&P diamonds. Gold jewellery exports are expected to continue its growth in the higher trajectory. Domestic demand is expected to remain intact with a substantially higher growth expected for the organized players in G&J space.

CARE Research’s report on the ‘Indian Gems & Jewellery Industry’ provides valuable insights on outlook for G&J industry on domestic as well exports front over next couple of years. The report focuses on aspects like demand-supply dynamics for the sector, growth of organized retail industry in India, value chain analysis for both gold and diamond etc.

The report is indispensable for any company operating in gems and jewellery sectors, gold and diamond trading, banks/ FIs, policy makers, research & academic organizations, other international and national agencies, etc.

SECTION- I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK
Outlook & Challenges
– Exports Segment
• Diamonds
• Gold Jewellery and Others
– Domestic Segment
• Industry Size
• Segmentation
– Factors Impacting Domestic G&J Industry
• Rising Gold Prices
• Slowing GDP growth
• Persistently higher inflation
• Regulatory and Taxation issues

SECTION- II INDUSTRY SECTION
Overview of Global G&J Industry
– Overview
– Regional Trends
Overview of Indian G&J Industry
– Overview
Industry Characteristics
– Raw Material Intensive
– Labour Intensive
– Working Capital Intensive
– Export Oriented
– Domestic Jewellery Retail – Largely an Unorganized Sector
– Certification

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Plastic Pipe, Tube and Hose Market in Philippines to 2016

This market research report offers a perspective on the actual market situation, trends and future outlook for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses in Philippines. The study provides essential market information for decision-makers including: http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/construction-market-research-report/plastic-pipe-tube-and-hose-market-in-philippines-to-2016.html

– Overall market value for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses in Philippines
– Overall market volume for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses in Philippines
– Market value and volume for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses by product type (fittings, flexible, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, other rigid, other)
– Product prices
– Forecasts and future outlook of the market
– Country overview, macroeconomic indicators and indicators of doing business Business Report

This market study answers to questions such as:

– What is the size of the plastic pipe, tube and hose market in Philippines?
– How is the market divided into different types of products? Which products are growing fast?
– How the market has been developing? How does the future look like?
– What is the potential for the market?
– How the indicators of doing business look like? For example, how easily the contracts are being enforced, or what is the inflation rate and how is it developing?

Table of Content:
Country Overview and Macroeconomic Indicators
Population
GDP
Inflation
Unemployment
Indicators of doing business
Market for Plastic Pipes, Tubes and Hoses in Philippines
Overall market
Value
Volume
Price
Market by product type
Fittings
Value
Volume
Price
Flexible
Value
Volume
Price
Polyethylene
Value
Volume
Price
Polypropylene
Value
Volume
Price
Polyvinyl chloride
Value
Volume
Price
Other rigid
Value
Volume
Price
Other plastic pipes, tubes and hoses
Value
Volume
Price
Forecasts and Future Outlook
Overall market
Value
Volume
Price
Market by product type
Value
Volume
Related Market Analyses About Plastic Pipes, Tubes and Hoses
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Plastic Pipe, Tube and Hose Market in Pakistan to 2016

This market research report offers a perspective on the actual market situation, trends and future outlook for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses in Pakistan. The study provides essential market information for decision-makers including: http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/construction-market-research-report/plastic-pipe-tube-and-hose-market-in-pakistan-to-2016.html

– Overall market value for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses in Pakistan
– Overall market volume for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses in Pakistan
– Market value and volume for plastic pipes, tubes and hoses by product type (fittings, flexible, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, other rigid, other)
– Product prices
– Forecasts and future outlook of the market
– Country overview, macroeconomic indicators and indicators of doing business Business Report

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– What is the size of the plastic pipe, tube and hose market in Pakistan?
– How is the market divided into different types of products? Which products are growing fast?
– How the market has been developing? How does the future look like?
– What is the potential for the market?
– How the indicators of doing business look like? For example, how easily the contracts are being enforced, or what is the inflation rate and how is it developing?

Table of Content:
Country Overview and Macroeconomic Indicators
Population
GDP
Inflation
Unemployment
Indicators of doing business
Market for Plastic Pipes, Tubes and Hoses in Pakistan
Overall market
Value
Volume
Price
Market by product type
Fittings
Value
Volume
Price
Flexible
Value
Volume
Price
Polyethylene
Value
Volume
Price
Polypropylene
Value
Volume
Price
Polyvinyl chloride
Value
Volume
Price
Other rigid
Value
Volume
Price
Other plastic pipes, tubes and hoses
Value
Volume
Price
Forecasts and Future Outlook
Overall market
Value
Volume
Price
Market by product type
Value
Volume
Related Market Analyses About Plastic Pipes, Tubes and Hoses
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