MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Friday July 8, 2011
After the 2008 economic recession, growing demand from energy sector and other growth drivers such as re-investment in plant renovation, modernization and technology and product developments are providing robust opportunities for flow sensors and transmitters to regain its stature once again.
This briefing will benefit flow sensor and transmitter manufacturers, as well as key end-users (such as oil & gas, chemical & petrochemical water & wastewater, food & beverage, pulp & paper, pharmaceutical, power, metals, mining, cement, steel and semiconductors)
“Industry downsizing and cost cutting in numerous end-user industries hampered the global flow sensors and transmitters markets in 2008 through 2010,” said Industry Analyst Sankara Narayanan. “The increasing number of projects and the establishment of new process plants have lead to the resurgence of the flow sensors and transmitters market globally.”
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