Global Non Automotive Large Diesel Engine Market (> 100HP Engines)

 

Large Engine Market Report

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview of  Global Non-Automotive Large Diesel Engine Market (> 100HP Engines) Projections of market size by Value and Volume  –  2016 to 2020
    • Market Segmentation
      • Power Output
      • End User Segment
  • Comparative Assessment of Demand by Geography for the period 2016 to 2020
  • Overview of  Asia-Oceania Non-Automotive Medium and Heavy Diesel Engine MarketProjections of market size by Value and Volume  – 2016 to 2020
    • Market Segmentation
      • Power Output
      • End User Segment
  • Overview of  South American Non-Automotive Medium and Heavy  Diesel Engine Market Projections of market size by Value and Volume  – 2016 to 2020
    • Market Segmentation
      • Power Output
      • End User Segment
  • Competitive analysis of key global players in the small diesel engine market
    • Competitive Landscape
    • Competitor Profiles (Duetz AG, Caterpillar, Weichai Group, Yuchai Group, Cummins, ISUZU, Kirloskar and Volvo penta)
  • Emerging Economies – A SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations for Engine Manufacturers

Executive Summary

Introduction:

Diesel engines are the key power sources for heavy end equipments across industries. With its high thermal efficiency, the heavy diesel engines are also highly cost efficient. Heavy diesel engines (>100 h.p.) have found applications across automotive vehicles (Trucks, commercial vehicles, Buses) and off-road equipments (Locomotives, Construction machinery, Power Gensets, Agriculture machinery, Marine, Military and other applications).

This report focuses on the non-automotive applications of diesel engines with the power output of more than 100 HP in the emerging economies. Prime reason for focusing specifically on more than 100 HP market is to provide a detailed analysis of this enormous and complex segment which caters to a wide variety of applications. Also, this segment is not captured in systematic fashion and analysis. Further, non-auto is the distant cousin to more glamorous automotive engines and hence there is limited availability of credible data/information. Lastly, the report has been centered on the emerging economies as they are the key markets of growth for diesel engine manufacturers.

The non-automotive diesel engine market (>100 hp) is estimated at XX Million units in 2015 and is valued at USD 16.5 Billion. The market is expected to grow at Y% CAGR over next 5 years to $ XX Billion in 2020. The non-automotive engines market is extremely diverse and complex, as the engines can range from few 100 h.p. to several thousand h.p and can cost from few thousand dollars to hundred thousand dollars. Market is also fragmented with multiple players serving diverse industry-power sub-segments. For example, Wartsila and Man diesel, manufacture very heavy diesel engines (>1000 hp) for marine and auxiliary power equipments. On the other hand, Caterpillar and Cummins serve mid power engine markets for construction and agriculture equipments. Some of the major players in diesel engines market include: Duetz AG, Caterpillar, Weichai Group, Yuchai Group, Cummins, ISUZU, Kirloskar, Volvo penta, among other players.

Construction equipment and auxiliary power equipment dominate the market with XX% share. Construction equipments like wheel loaders and excavators are key demand drivers for heavy diesel engines. With growing construction and mining activities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, the demand for heavy diesel engine driven equipments is expected to stay high for next decade. Construction in emerging economies is expected to more than double within the next decade.  The other major segment driving demand for heavy diesel engines is auxiliary power. With strong growth in industries in the emerging markets, demand of large diesel gen-sets is expected to grow.

Engines in power range 100-200 h.p contribute the largest share (XX%) to the market in terms of market volume. Construction machinery like wheel loaders and Agriculture machineries like Tractors and harvesters are the key drivers of demands in 100-200 h.p. segments.  On the other hand, very heavy diesel gen-sets used in Industrial and Marine industries create strong demand for >1000 h.p segments and contribute a significant share to market in terms of value.

Asia-Oceania is largest contributor to global non-automotive diesel engine market (>100 hp) with YY% share. China and India are the largest contributors in Asia-Oceania with XX% and YY% share respectively. China is one of the largest manufacturers of construction machinery (intended for domestic use and exports) creating strong demand for heavy diesel engines. Asia is expected to remain the largest market primarily driven by strong growth in construction and setup of multiple end equipment production plants in China and India.

The economies of EMEA and North America are 2nd and 3rd largest market with XX% and XX% share respectively. The market is expected to grow at X% over the next 5 years.  Africa and the Middle East market driven by strong mining and construction growth contribute XX% of the EMEA market.

South America is the fourth largest contributor with Y% share. Brazil and Argentina are dominant players with XX% share. Boom in construction, mining and overall spending on infrastructure upgrades throughout South America, is expected to boost the demand for diesel engine based construction equipments.

Research for the report was conducted by performing interviews with several industry experts in different regions along with an extensive review of literature, the statistics and reports published by relevant organizations concerned with the diesel engine industry. The report will act as a guide for diesel engine manufacturers who are focusing on emerging economies in Asia, Africa and South America.

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Sample Company Profile – Volvo Penta

Founded in 1907, Volvo Penta is headquartered at Goteborg, Sweden. It had 1,388 employees in the year 2011 and had an annual turnover of USD 1.36 Bn. Volvo Penta engages in the manufacture and distribution of engines and complete power systems for marine and industrial applications. The market segments it targets are Power Generation and Marine sectors.

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