Flow Sensors Market Poised for Further Growth

LONDON /BUSINESS WIRE/ -- At present, the worldwide market for flow sensors is passing the stage of recovery after the decline caused by the global economic recession. Nevertheless, the market is poised for further growth, fuelled by the increasing number of projects, new process plant establishments, financial recovery of major end-use industries, and ongoing technological advancements in the field. Energy efficiency products form the promising market segment that currently gains competitive advantage and makes great contribution to flow sensors market growth.

Thomas Products, Keyence Corporation, Kistler Automotive GmbH., Emerson Electric Company, Posifa Microsystems and Gems Sensors & Controls are only some of prominent representatives of the global flow sensors market.

Research report "Flow Sensors: Market Research Report", worked out by Global Industry Analysts (GIA), studies the global flow sensors market. The report describes the market by disclosing historical, present, and forecast data on it. It present separate comprehensive analytics for the U.S., Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the rest of world. The study contains market assessment by product type and end-use segment; delves into the competitive environment; profiles 98 industry players; and traces predominant market trends. The report reviews the existing products, including product introductions and innovations, outlines industry opportunities, and highlights the latest industry activities. Furthermore, the report discusses market prospects in the years to come.

More market research studies by GIA can be found online.

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