Market Reports Center and The Business Research Company Sign Partnership Agreement

Press Release ( - PUNE, India - Apr 01, 2016 - Market Reports Center and The Business Research Company (TBRC) signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on Internet. Market Reports Center is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports created by TBRC.

In comments on the partnership agreement, John Campbell, Publisher Alliance Manager, said: “The Business Research Company is a Market Research and Intelligence company which excels in company, market and consumer research. It has over 50 research professionals at its offices in India, the UK and the US as well a network of trained researchers globally. It has specialist consultants in a wide range of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services and technology.

TBRC’s management are former Directors of Thomson Reuters, GlobalData and Morgan Stanley and each have more than 20 years of varied business research experience. They have delivered hundreds of research projects to the senior management of some of the world’s largest organizations.

TBRC’s Consultants have Masters Qualifications from top institutes and include MBAs, MSCs, CFAs and CAs. TBRC Consultants are qualified by the Market Research Society in research practices, techniques, and ethics.”

In-demand global market research reports by TBRC:

Heavy Equipment and Industrial Machinery Global Report 2015 (Construction, Agriculture and Forestry Equipment) (…)

The global heavy equipment & industrial machinery market grew from $ 187 billion in 2010 to $ 271 billion in 2014, a CAGR of 9.7. Data covers construction and agricultural equipment. Demand for both construction and agricultural equipment has been increasing due to a growth in global population.

Natural Gas Supply Outlook (…)

The report Natural Gas Supply Outlook foresees the following factors affecting gas supply in the US, Western Europe and China in the next ten years.
US – Shale gas will account for nearly half of total US gas production by 2040. Production volumes will continue to grow because of increased drilling efficiencies and more shale gas fields coming on stream.
The increased production is expected to decrease the country’s dependence on imports from Canada. LNG exports from the US are expected to increase beginning 2016.
Use of natural gas in sectors other than electrical power production is expected to expand in the medium term. The fertilizer and chemical sector industries particularly are expected to start new projects driving long term demand.
Europe – Europe is likely to see declining local production and increasing imports from areas such as West Africa the US, Canada and North Africa, resulting in more LNG supply. Thus two thirds of Europe’s natural gas needs are expected to be met by imports by the year 2025. With local production volumes expected to decline, and issues over the security of Russian gas, LNG imports are projected to approximately double between 2014 and 2020.
Due to the rise in investments in infrastructure, in particular new pipeline projects and the increased use of LNG, gas prices in Europe are likely to increase up to 2020. Prices are expected to stabilise beyond 2020.

Power Systems Global Report 2015

The generators market grew from $10.1 billion in 2010 to $17.2 billion in 2014, a CAGR of 14.2%. The generators market has been growing due to growth in various sectors such as construction, infrastructure, technology and housing. Caterpillar dominates the global power systems market. Caterpillar,s Energy and transportation division had revenues of $21.7billion. EMEA held the largest share in the global generators market in 2013 accounting for 37%.

More details about the publisher and its reports can be found at The Business Research Company Page


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