Alarm Horn and Traffic Control Equipment Manufacturing
Business for Sale Industry Economics
2005 - 2020
2020 - 2026
Weakening demand from downstream markets has resulted in subpar results in the Alarm Horn and Traffic Control Equipment Manufacturing industry over the next five years. Furthermore, market growth has been impacted by the global economic instability caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Owing to diminishing demand, demand for industry materials, which are often installed in construction or production systems, has decreased. Because of the coronavirus, the value of buildings has dropped by 3.8 percent in 2020 alone.
Furthermore, imports have fallen at an annualized rate of 1.6 percent over the current cycle, with a COVID-19 (coronavirus) induced drop of 20.6 percent in 2020 alone.
For the five years to 2020, market revenue has shrunk at an annualized rate of 2.1 percent to $4.3 billion, with a 7.0 percent drop forecast in 2020 alone.
For the five years to 2020, revenue for the Alarm Horn and Traffic Control Equipment Manufacturing sector fell an annualized 2.1 percent to $4.3 billion. COVID-19 (coronavirus) was discovered in Wuhan, China in December 2019 and has since spread around the world, including the United States.
The World Health Organization declared the virus a pandemic in March 2020. The pandemic has had a negative impact on both the domestic and global economies. As a result of disrupted supply chains and capital markets, demand for industry goods has decreased. Revenue in the industry is expected to fall by 7.0 percent in 2020 alone.
Furthermore, high import penetration has harmed the market, with imports forecast to account for 25.6 percent of domestic demand in 2020. The comparatively high value of the US dollar, as calculated by the trade-weighted index (TWI), is forecast to rise at a 1.4 percent annualized average over the five years to 2020.
As a result, industry exports will be less competitive on the world market, as they will be more costly in comparison to comparable goods manufactured elsewhere.
Oil and gas extraction demand, as well as private investment in manufacturing structure, are projected to rise dramatically over the next five years to 2025. Furthermore, a modest decrease in the value of the US dollar over the forecast timeframe would almost certainly result in increased exports, leading to sales increases in the Alarm, Horn, and Traffic Control Equipment Manufacturing sector.
During the forecast timeframe, the trade-weighted index is expected to fall 1.5 percent. Furthermore, the economy is expected to recover from COVID-19 (coronavirus)-induced lows during the forecast period. During the forecast era, corporate profit and private spending in manufacturing equipment and machinery are expected to grow at annualized rates of 10.4 percent and 2.3 percent, respectively.
As a result, the Alarm, Horn, and Traffic Control Equipment Manufacturing market is forecast to expand at a 2.8 percent annualized pace to $4.9 billion over the next five years. While the value of the US dollar is projected to fall over the next five years, imports are expected to remain a danger to the market, accounting for 25.5 percent of domestic demand in 2025.
This sector produces communication devices such as warning systems, emergency monitoring systems, traffic lights, sirens, and intercom systems. Telephone apparatuses, radio and television transmitting equipment, and satellite communications equipment are not used in this industry.