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Forging & Stamping World Report

Description: FORGING & STAMPING GLOBAL REPORT

The Forging & Stamping Global Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for 100 countries by

each Product by 2 Time series: Historic 2009- 2015 and Forecasts 2016- 2024

Whereas the main database for Forging & Stamping covers over 200 countries, this PDF edition usually

covers 100 significant countries, including:

Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guiana, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guyana, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia and Montenegro, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, The Netherlands, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zambia.

In addition to data on individual countries, this report also contains a World Total, and 9 Regional Totals:

Canada and the USA, Central America, South America, Europe, Eurasia, Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Oceania.

Forging & Stamping MARKETS DATA - in US$ by Country by Product / Service by Year: 2009- 2024.

FORGING + STAMPING

1. Forging and stamping

2. Iron and steel forgings

3. Hot impression die impact, press and upset steel forgings

4. Hot impression die impact, press and upset carbon steel forgings

5. Hot impression die impact, press and upset alloy steel forgings, excluding stainless and hi-temp

6. Hot impression die impact, press and upset stainless steel forgings

7. Hot impression die impact, press and upset hi-temp (iron, nickel, or cobalt-base alloy) steel forgings

8. Hot impression die impact, press and upset steel forgings, nsk

9. Cold impression die impact, press and upset steel forgings

10. Cold impression die impact, press and upset carbon steel forgings

11. Cold impression die impact, press and upset alloy steel forgings

12. Cold impression die impact, press and upset stainless steel and hi-temp (iron, nickel, or cobalt-base alloy) forgings

13. Cold impression die impact, press and upset steel forgings, nsk

14. Seamless rolled ring forgings, ferrous, not made in steel mills

15. Seamless carbon steel and alloy steel rolled ring forgings, excluding stainless and hi-temp, not made in steel mills

16. Seamless stainless steel and hi-temp (iron, nickel, or cobalt-base alloy) rolled ring forgings, not made in steel mills

17. Seamless rolled ring forgings, ferrous (not made in steel mills), nsk

18. Open die or smith forgings (hammer or press), ferrous, not made in steel mills

19. Carbon and alloy steel open die or smith forgings (hammer or press), excluding stainless and hi-temp, not made in steel mills

20. Stainless steel and hi-temp (iron, nickel, or cobalt-base alloy) open die or smith forgings (hammer or press), not made in steel mills

21. Open die or smith forgings (hammer or press), ferrous (not made in steel mills), nsk

22. Iron and steel forgings, nsk, total

23. Iron and steel forgings, nsk, for nonadministrative-record establishments

24. Iron and steel forgings, nsk, for administrative-record establishments

25. Nonferrous forgings

26. Hot impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous forgings

27. Hot impression die impact, press and upset aluminum and aluminum alloy forgings

28. Hot impression die impact, press and upset titanium and titanium alloy forgings

29. Other hot impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous

30. Hot impression die impact, press and upset copper and copper-base alloy forgings

31. Other hot impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous forgings

32. Hot impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous forgings, nsk

33. Other nonferrous forgings

34. Cold impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous forgings

35. Seamless rolled ring nonferrous forgings

36. Open die or smith nonferrous forgings, hammer or press

37. Other nonferrous forgings, nsk

38. Nonferrous forgings, nsk, total

39. Nonferrous forgings, nsk, for nonadministrative-record establishments

40. Nonferrous forgings, nsk, for administrative-record establishments

41. Custom roll form products

42. Custom carbon steel roll form products

43. Custom stainless steel roll form products

44. Custom aluminum roll form products

45. Other custom metal roll form products

46. Custom roll form products, nsk, total

47. Custom roll form products, nsk, total, for nonadministrative-record establishments





48. Custom roll form products, nsk, for administrative-record establishments

49. Crowns and closures

50. Metal commercial closures and metal home-canning closures, except crowns

51. Metal commercial closures and metal home-canning closures, except crowns, nsk

52. Metal and metal-composite closures, including home-canning closures

53. Metal crowns (including soft drinks, beer and all other)

54. All other metal closures, including beer and roll-ons

55. Metal commercial closures and metal home-canning closures, except crowns, nsk

56. Crowns and closures, nsk, for nonadministrative-record establishments

57. Crowns and closures, nsk, for administrative-record establishments

58. Metal stampings, nec

59. Metal job stampings, except automotive

60. Recreational vehicle metal job stampings (motor homes, travel trailers, etc.)

61. Agricultural equipment metal job stampings, including tractor

62. Motor and generator metal job stampings

63. Other metal job stampings

64. Aviation metal job stampings

65. Furniture metal job stampings

66. Radio and video metal job stampings, except automotive

67. Television metal job stampings

68. Other industrial equipment metal job stampings

69. Other metal job stampings, except automotive

70. Computer and office machine metal job stampings

71. Computer metal job stampings

72. Office machine metal job stampings, excluding computer

73. Electrical appliance metal job stampings, residential, commercial and industrial

74. Electrical appliance metal job stampings, except refrigeration and laundry equipment

75. Refrigeration metal job stampings (residential, commercial and industrial)

76. Stove, heater and air-conditioner metal job stampings (residential, commercial and industrial), except automotive

77. Laundry equipment metal job stampings (residential, commercial and industrial)

78. Job stampings, except automotive, nsk

79. Metal spinning products, excluding cooking and kitchen utensils

80. Other stamped and pressed metal end products, including vitreous enameled products

81. Stamped and pressed vitreous (porcelain) enameled metal architectural parts (exterior and interior), including store front and curtain wall components

82. Stamped and pressed metal end products, excluding spinning products and metal electric enclosures

83. Other stamped and pressed vitreous (porcelain) enameled products (including refrigerator and laundry equipment parts and commercial and hospital utensils), except cooking and kitchen utensils

84. Stamped and pressed metal chemical milling products, milled contoured metal and clad and bonded metal products

85. Perforated metal end products

86. Stamped and pressed galvanized steel pails, ash cans, garbage cans, tubs, etc., excluding shipping containers

87. Other stamped and pressed metal pails, ash cans, garbage cans, tubs, etc., excluding shipping containers (including other grades of steel)

88. Stamped and pressed metal mailboxes (commercial and multiple unit residential)

89. Stamped and pressed metal toolboxes

90. Other stamped and pressed metal end products, excluding spinning products

91. Metal electronic enclosures (stamped and-or pressed), excluding computer stampings

92. Other stamped and pressed metal end products, including vitreous enameled products, nsk

93. Stamped and pressed metal end products, including vitreous (porcelain) enameled products

94. Stamped and pressed vitreous (porcelain) enameled metal architectural parts (exterior and interior), including store front and curtain wall components

95. Stamped and pressed metal end products, excluding spinning products and metal electric enclosures

96. Other stamped and pressed vitreous (porcelain) enameled products (including refrigerator and laundry equipment parts and commercial and hospital utensils), except cooking and kitchen utensils

97. Stamped and pressed metal chemical milling products, milled contoured metal and clad and bonded metal products

98. Perforated metal end products

99. Other stamped and pressed metal end products, excluding spinning products

100. Metal electronic enclosures (stamped and pressed), excluding computer stampings

101. Stamped and pressed metal end products, including vitreous enameled products, nsk

102. Metal stampings, nec, nsk, total

103. Metal stampings, nec, nsk, for nonadministrative-record establishments

104. Metal stampings, nec, nsk, for administrative-record establishments

105. Powder metallurgy parts

106. Powder metallurgy parts, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

107. Copper and copper-base alloy powder metallurgy parts, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

108. Iron and steel powder metallurgy parts, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

109. Tungsten metal and tungsten-base alloy powder metallurgy parts, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

110. Powder metallurgy materials, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

111. Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy powder metallurgy parts, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

112. Nickel-cobalt-base super alloy powder metallurgy parts, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

113. Other powder metallurgy materials, excluding bearings, gears and machine cutting tools and all cemented carbide parts

114. Powder metallurgy parts, nsk, total

115. Powder metallurgy parts, nsk, for nonadministrative-record establishments

116. Powder metallurgy parts, nsk, for administrative-record establishments This report is from a Market database which is designed to be compatible with U.S. government databases.

NAICS / SIC coded reports and databases For NAICS / SIC coded reports and databases, the report structures, datasets, field names, et al, are an analogue of U.S. Department of Commerce databases, and the U.S. Census databases, are designed to provide an analogue of U.S. Census data, but in a worldwide context. The products are described under their NAICS or SIC coding. This coding system classifies products within Product Codes.

These product / revenue lines codes are of course determined by the U.S. Government agencies.

FINANCIAL DATA for each Country for each balance sheet item by year 2009- 2024:

BALANCE SHEET ITEMS:

1. Total Sales

2. Pre-tax Profit

3. Interest Paid

4. Non-trading Income

5. Operating Profit

6. Depreciation: Structures

7. Depreciation: Plant and Equipment

8. Depreciation: Miscellaneous Items

9. Total Depreciation

10. Trading Profit

11. Intangible Assets

12. Intermediate Assets

13. Fixed Assets: Structures

14. Fixed Assets: Plant and Equipment

15. Fixed Assets: Miscellaneous Items

16. Fixed Assets

17. Capital Expenditure on Structures

18. Capital Expenditure on Plant and Equipment

19. Capital Expenditure on Vehicles

20. Capital Expenditure on Data Processing Equipment

21. Capital Expenditure on Miscellaneous Items

22. Total Capital Expenditure

23. Retirements: Structures

24. Retirements: Plant and Equipment

25. Retirements: Miscellaneous Items

26. Total Retirements

27. Total Fixed Assets

28. Finished Product Stocks

29. Materials as Stocks

30. Total Stocks / Inventory

31. Debtors

32. Miscellaneous Current Assets

33. Total Current Assets

34. Total Assets

35. Creditors

36. Short Term Loans

37. Miscellaneous Current Liabilities

38. Total Current Liabilities

39. Net Assets / Capital Employed

40. Shareholders’ Funds

41. Long Term Loans

42. Miscellaneous Long Term Liabilities

43. Total Employees

44. Raw Materials Cost

45. Finished Materials Cost

46. Fuel Cost

47. Electricity Cost

48. Total Input Supplies / Materials and Energy Costs

49. Payroll Costs

50. Wages

51. Directors' Remunerations

52. Employee Benefits

53. Employee Commissions

54. Total Employees Remunerations

55. Sub-Contractors

56. Rental & Leasing: Structures

57. Rental & Leasing: Plant and Equipment

58. Total Rental & Leasing Costs

59. Maintenance: Structures

60. Maintenance: Plant and Equipment

61. Total Maintenance Costs

62. Services Purchased

63. Communications Costs

64. Miscellaneous Expenses

65. Sales Personnel Variable & Commission Costs

66. Sales Expenses and Costs

67. Sales Materials Costs

68. Total Sales Costs

69. Distribution Fixed Costs



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