Volumes I - V in our Worldwide Flow Series

2003 Studies Now Available!

Get the Close Up Look

The following studies are available:

Volume I: The World Market for Coriolis Flowmeters (2003)

Volume II: The World Market for Magnetic Flowmeters (2003)

Volume III: The World Market for Ultrasonic Flowmeters (2003)

Volume IV: The World Market for Vortex Flowmeters (2003)

Volume V: The World Market for New-Technology Flowmeters (2003)


If you ordered the original (2001) studies, these volumes are available for a substantial discount.

Click on the following link for more information on ordering these studies:

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If you would like to have an up close look at the new-technology flowmeter markets, our new 2003 Volumes I to V of our worldwide flowmeter studies are for you. We have created updates of our 2001 new-technology studies that had a base year of 2000. We offer standalone reports on Coriolis, magnetic, ultrasonic, and vortex meters that include market size and market shares by geographic region. They also include the following segmentation:

  • Smart vs. conventional by communication protocols

  • Average selling price by region and by type

  • Segmentation by industry, distribution channel, and customer type -- all by region

  • By fluid type (liquid, steam, gas). 

 Our newly updated Volume V: The World Market for New-Technology Flowmeters, incorporates data on ultrasonic, magnetic, vortex, and multivariable flowmeters. It combines these into a high-level analysis of the new-technology flowmeter market.


Why these studies? We are making these studies available so that you can have market data that takes into account the changing economic conditions. It's no secret that 2002 has been a difficult year for many companies. The data for these studies was collected between July 2002 and February 2003. We are the first market research company to publish flow studies that take the recent economic downturn into account. You won't find this data anywhere else because no one else has this data. All studies have a base year of 2002, with forecasts through 2007.

For information on our comprehensive study that includes all the flowmeter technologies, click here: Volume X: The World Market for Flowmeters.
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