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The ups and downs of the electrical accessories market go under the AMA microscope

It is an unsavoury fact that the electrical accessories market has declined in the past 12 – 18 months as housebuilding and commercial construction have fallen foul of the ’credit crunch’. However, the market has benefited from a move to more integrated systems within both the domestic and commercial sectors which has provided value growth in the upper end of key sectors such as wiring accessories.

The ups and downs of the electrical accessories market go under the AMA microscope

It is an unsavoury fact that the electrical accessories market has declined in the past 12 – 18 months as housebuilding and commercial construction have fallen foul of the ’credit crunch’.

The launch, on 20th October, by AMA Research of the latest edition of the "Electrical Accessories Market - UK 2009-13", will provide a comprehensive and up to date review of the structure of the electrical accessories market in 2009.

This report provides both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of electrical accessory products. It will focus on market size and trends, product mix, supply, distribution and future prospects.

Product sectors looked at in the review will include wiring accessories, low voltage circuit protection equipment, and low voltage cable systems. Issues tackled within the review will include sectors of importance to the electrical industry, including the new housebuilding market, the construction industry, legislation, pricing and international trade.


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