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Heavy Industry
The heavy industry is divided into the following sections: energy and resources, manufacturing and construction industry, materials and chemicals. Energy and resources: This complex industry includes all sorts of energies (nuclear energy, fossil fuels, renewable energies such as solar and wind energy) as well as the demand for electricity. The same complexity can be found in the field of resources which includes, among others, the mining industry, raw materials and also waste management. The entire section is of particular importance for the national economy. The high demand for carbon and steel, for instance, is partly responsible for the industrial upturn in Germany during the post-war period. The manufacturing and construction industry covers the processing of material and further processing of material and products. As a concrete example: The processing of limestone, clay, sand and iron ore into cement is part of the manufacturing industry. The further processing of cement, however, is part of the construction and building industry. The construction/building sector, which is divided into building construction and civil engineering, focuses on the construction of (private and public) buildings and streets. The industry for materials and chemicals is linked to different scientific and technical fields. It includes elements of applied physics and chemistry. Especially nano-science and nano-technology are currently gaining high attention.
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Market studies for category Heavy Industry

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    Excavators in Argentina to 2015: Market Databook

    World Market Intelligence
    20 pages
    This report is the result of WMI’s extensive market research covering the excavators market in Argentina. It provides detailed historic and forecast consumption values, segmented at category level. 'Excavators in Argentina to 2015: Market Databook' provides a top-level overview and detailed category insight into the operating environmen
    Englisch | Databook | SKU: 230380
  3. $600.00
    2012
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    The WMI Top 10 Railway Operators in Asia-Pacific: Company Guide

    World Market Intelligence
    217 pages
    As many as six out of the top 10 railway operators in Asia Pacific are headquartered in Japan. East Japan Railway Company, which is headquartered in Japan, is the largest of all railway operators in Asia Pacific with revenues of US$31,767 million reported in FY2011. The second- and third-largest railway operators are West Japan Railway Co
    Englisch | Company Guide | SKU: 320476
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    2012
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    The WMI Top 10 Airlines in North America: Company Guide

    World Market Intelligence
    248 pages
    As many as seven out of the top 10 airlines in North America are based in the US. United Continental Holdings, Inc., which is headquartered in United States, is the largest of all airlines in North America with revenues of US$37,110 million reported in FY2011. The second- and third-largest airlines are Delta Air Lines, Inc. and AMR Corpor
    Englisch | Company Guide | SKU: 319845
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    2012
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    The WMI Top 10 Hotel & Resort Operators in Europe: Company Guide

    World Market Intelligence
    252 pages
    As many as five out of the top 10 hotel and resort operators in Europe are based in France or Spain. Accor SA, which is headquartered in France, is the largest of all hotel and resort operators in Europe with revenues of US$7,733 million reported in FY2011. The second- and third-largest hotel and resort operators are Pierre & Vacances SA
    Englisch | Company Guide | SKU: 320475

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