The presence of both established and local players has spurred intensive price-based competition in the North America electrical fuses market. As per a new study by Transparency Market Research (TMR), Siemens AG, Schneider Electric SA, ABB Ltd., and General Electric Company cumulatively held more than 75% of the electrical fuses market in North America in 2015. Of these, Siemens AG held the leading share of 30.2% in the market in the same year.
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A TMR analyst says, “Leading manufacturers of electrical fuses are increasingly investing in research and development activities to minimize the size of fuses they produce as well as improve their overall performance. Moreover, they are also focusing on adopting green materials to make the application of electrical fuses more widespread.” Thus, with the emergence of local players, the North America electrical fuses market is expected to witness the advent of more eco-friendly products.
North America witnesses a considerably high demand for electricity. The region being the forerunner in several technological advancements, provides lucrative opportunities for electrical fuses manufacturers to capitalize on. Furthermore, the rapid economic growth and the increasing population in North America will also augur well for the market’s future.
Besides this, governments in this region are also focusing on upgrading installed capacities in power infrastructure in order to meet the surging demand for electricity. Since electronic devices are vulnerable to failure due to power fluctuations, policy makers in North America have mandated the use of quality electrical fuses. Fuelled by these factors, the sales of electrical fuses is expected to remain robust in North America.
According to TMR, the growth exhibited by the construction and automotive industries in North America will subsequently spur the demand for electrical fuses. Considerable investments by vehicle manufacturers in EVs and hybrid cars will also cause an upswing in the consumption of electrical fuses across the automotive sector.