Report predicts strong growth in global UPS market, names ABB as one oft he dominating key players

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Global Industrial Uninterruptible Power Supply Market 2017-2021″ report to their offering. The report covering the Americas, APAC and EMEA forecasts the global industrial uninterruptible power supply market market to grow at a CAGR of 6.35% during the period 2017-2021.

According to  the report, the growing market highly relies on the battery dynamics. Li-ion batteries have higher energy densities than lead-acid batteries or nickel-metal hydride batteries. Having high energy density means that the battery can store more electricity in the same size cell and with reduced UPS footprint. This is what makes the Li-ion batteries ideal for use in industrial UPS.

Aeorospace and railways play a pivotal role in the global industrial UPS market. The railway industry in the developing countries is expected to grow rapidly because of infrastructure development, rising industrialization, growing population, development of tourism, and modernization of railway infrastructure. There is a lot of emphasis on safety, increasing the length of fast tracks or corridors that has led to the requirement of wagons and high-speed passenger coaches, along with the expansion of metro train network to several cities. This augurs well for the UPS industry.

Further, the report states that the global industrial UPS market is dependent on the manufacturing and industrial businesses for its sustenance. The industrial business, on the other hand, is based on the global economy for its existence. In the times of strong macroeconomic numbers, the global appetite for the consumption of goods increase, thereby increasing the demand for manufactured products.

The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market, naming ABB as one oft he key players.

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