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東歐的鐵道市場之機會分析:全方位的展望

Opportunity Analysis of the Eastern European Rail Market: A 360-degree Perspective

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 305062
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 97 Pages
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東歐的鐵道市場之機會分析:全方位的展望 Opportunity Analysis of the Eastern European Rail Market: A 360-degree Perspective
出版日期: 2014年06月04日 內容資訊: 英文 97 Pages
簡介

本報告書為、東歐地區、主要為波蘭、捷克、匈牙利、羅馬尼亞及烏克蘭的鐵道市場調查、提供成長機會的展望、幹線、輕軌及地鐵分類的主要趨勢、市場成長促進因素、機會、市場規模及車輛交付的預測分析、競爭因素、競爭企業的市場佔有率、產品檔案及此地區的未來性等彙整、內容如下所述。

本報告書、針對以下的內容答覆。

  • 東歐鐵道市場的事業環境為何?市場力學為何?
  • 東歐的輕軌、地下鐵及幹線分類的主要車輛供應商為何?
  • 鐵道用車輛、信號的新機會在哪裡?
  • 鐵道應用程式的車輛市場佔有率為何?東歐的各車輛分類之市場領導者為何?

第1章 實施摘要

第2章 調查範圍、目的、背景、調查方法

第3章 定義、分類

第4章 東歐的整體鐵道趨勢

  • 波蘭和烏克蘭為鐵道貨物運送量的最大市場
  • 鐵道貨物剝奪道路交通的市場佔有率
  • 鐵道貨物以第一次產業部門的運送產品為主
  • 鐵道旅客運送受到汽車銷售增加的影響
  • EU計畫東歐的鐵道復興
  • 交通基礎建設投資的增加
  • 貨物運送、都市間交通電信業者顯示最佳的勞動生產性檔案
  • 委外服務、租金是最高成本因素
  • 波蘭、捷克的網路連結費用比貨物運費高

第5章 大趨勢、產業匯流的狀況

  • 影響東歐鐵道市場的大趨勢前4名

第6章 外部課題:促進因素、阻礙因素 - 東歐的鐵道市場整體

  • 市場成長促進因素、阻礙因素
  • 市場成長促進因素
  • 促進因素的說明
  • 市場成長阻礙因素
  • 阻礙因素的說明

第7章 東歐的路線

  • 鐵道網路妨礙高度單線使用水準
  • 鐵道網路密度、仰賴平均人口密度
  • 烏克蘭和捷克領導路線的電化
  • 波蘭的HSR計畫因資金不足在2012年以後、僵持狀態
  • 線路分類:結論

第8章 東歐的都市鐵道

  • 輕軌(輕軌交通)車輛的技術趨勢
  • 地區有55的輕軌系統、全長5,500km
  • 輕軌車輛的人口密度
  • 輕軌車輛的人口密度議論
  • 波蘭、捷克為新車輛的主要市場
  • 輕軌車輛分類的競爭分析:供應商的市場佔有率
  • 輕量車種的下單金額
  • 地區有地鐵系統的僅7個都市
  • Siemens, Alstom及Bombardier為主要企業
  • 都市鐵道分類:結論

第9章 幹線的鐵道車輛

  • 地區為焦點的趨勢概要
  • 持有車輛削減在地區整體呈現明顯的狀態
  • 幹線分類的競爭分析:供應商的市場佔有率
  • 沒有1個國家以上的領導者成無為市場的領導者
  • 目前的幹線機關車的人口分佈
  • 幹線機關車的人口分佈議論
  • 目前的柴油車輛、電車車輛合計5,141台
  • 烏克蘭和羅馬尼亞擁有最古老的車輛
  • EN57(波蘭:EMU)的近代化
  • 個案研究:Bombardier的ECO-4技術
  • PESA, Skoda及TMH 在地區的車輛市場的獨佔企業
  • 貨車市場減少
  • 客車市場減少
  • 車輛OEM策略
  • 競爭企業的標竿:使用標竿分析的因素
  • 車輛的競爭分析
  • 幹線分類:結論

第10章 東歐的鐵道信號系統

  • 信號系統是過時且接近壽命
  • 信號系統的概要
  • 市場佔有率中沒有成為領導ERTMS的供應商
  • 匈牙利和波蘭擁有對應最大ETCS的網路
  • 地區的幹線之GSM-R設置的預測及總設置能力
  • 地區的幹線的ETCS L1/L2設置的預測及總設置能力
  • 信號分類:結論

第11章 結論

  • 3大預測
  • 結論;未來的展望
  • 免責事項

第12章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: M8F3-01-00-00-00

Interoperability in Pan-European Context Driving Market Growth

The strategic insight provides an outlook of growth opportunities in the Eastern European rail market, primarily covering Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, and Ukraine. Secondary and primary research was conducted, including interviews with suppliers, regulation authorities, and distributors. The study discusses key trends, market drivers, opportunities, market size, and forecast of rolling stock deliveries for the mainline, light rail, and metro segments. It also highlights competitive factors, competitor market shares, product portfolio, and capabilities for this region. Key conclusions and a future outlook of the market have been provided. The base year is 2012; the forecast period is through 2020.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What is the business environment of the Eastern European rail market? What are its market dynamics?
  • Which are the leading rolling stock suppliers in the light rail, metro, and mainline segments in Eastern Europe?
  • Where are the new opportunities in rolling stock and signalling for rail?
  • What is the market share of the rolling stock in rail applications? What are the market leaders across each rolling stock segment in Eastern Europe?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. Executive Summary-Key Findings
  • 2. New Construction is 21.4% of Total Investment
  • 3. Eastern Europe Invests Less in Rail Compared with Western Europe
  • 4. Majority of Light Rail Service is Less Frequent on Older Trains
  • 5. Competitive Benchmarking
  • 6. Light Rail Technology Roadmap
  • 7. Signalling Systems Technology Roadmap
  • 8. Executive Summary-Key Findings and Future Outlook

2. RESEARCH SCOPE, OBJECTIVES, BACKGROUND, AND METHODOLOGY

Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology

  • 1. Research Scope
  • 2. Research Aim and Objectives
  • 3. Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • 4. Research Background
  • 5. Research Methodology
  • 6. Key OEM/Participant Groups Included in This Study

3. DEFINITIONS AND SEGMENTATION

Definitions and Segmentation

  • 1. Rail Market Segmentation
  • 2. Definitions

4. GENERAL RAIL TRENDS IN EASTERN EUROPE

General Rail Trends in Eastern Europe

  • 1. Poland and Ukraine are the Biggest Markets in Freight Rail Traffic
  • 2. Rail Freight Losing Market Share to Road Transportation
  • 3. Rail Freight Mainly Transports Products From Primary Sectors
  • 4. Rail Passenger Traffic Affected by Increase in Sales of Cars
  • 5. Rail Infrastructure is Heavily Underutilized in Eastern Europe
  • 6. EU is Trying to Revitalize Railways in Eastern Europe
  • 7. Investment in Transportation Infrastructure is Increasing
  • 8. Freight and Intercity Operators Show Best Labor Productivity Figures
  • 9. Outsourced Services and Wages Are Highest Contributors to Cost
  • 10. Network Access Charges in Poland and Czech Republic are Higher for Freight

5. MEGA TRENDS AND INDUSTRY CONVERGENCE IMPLICATIONS

Mega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications

  • 1. Impact of Top 4 Mega Trends on the Eastern Rail Market
  • 2. Impact of Top 4 Mega Trends on the Eastern Rail Market (continued)
  • 3. Impact of Top 4 Mega Trends on the Eastern Rail Market (continued)

6. EXTERNAL CHALLENGES: DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS-EASTERN EUROPEAN RAIL MARKET

External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints-Eastern European Rail Market

  • 1. Drivers and Restraints
  • 2. Market Drivers
  • 3. Drivers Explained
  • 4. Market Restraints
  • 5. Restraints Explained

7. RAIL TRACK IN EASTERN EUROPE

Rail Track in Eastern Europe

  • 1. Rail Network is Bottlenecked by High Levels of Single-track Usage
  • 2. Rail Network Density and Average Population Density are Dependent
  • 3. Ukraine and Czech Republic are Leading the Way in Line Electrification
  • 4. Poland's HSR Plans Have Stalled Since 2012 Due to Lack of Funding
  • 5. Rail Track Segment-Conclusions

8. URBAN RAIL IN EASTERN EUROPE

Urban Rail in Eastern Europe

  • 1. Technology Trends in Light Rail Rolling Stock
  • 2. The Region Has 55 Light Rail Systems With Total Length of 5,500 km
  • 3. Population Distribution of Light Rail Rolling Stock
  • 4. Population Distribution of Light Rail Rolling Stock Discussion
  • 5. Poland and Czech Republic Leading Markets for New Rolling Stock
  • 6. Light Rail Rolling Stock Segment Competitive Analysis-Supplier Market Share
  • 7. Orders Placed for Light Rolling Stock
  • 8. Only 7 Cities in the Region Have Metro Systems
  • 9. Siemens, Alstom, and Bombardier are Emerging as Key Players
  • 10. Urban Rail Segment-Conclusions

9. MAINLINE RAIL ROLLING STOCK

Mainline Rail Rolling Stock

  • 1. Overview of Trends for in the Focus Geography
  • 2. Fleet Reduction is Pronounced Across the Region
  • 3. Mainline Segment Competitive Analysis-Supplier Market Share
  • 4. No Single Manufacturer is the Market Leader in More Than 1 Country
  • 5. Population Distribution of Mainline Locomotives in Active Service
  • 6. Population Distribution of Mainline Locomotives Discussion
  • 7. Total of 5,141 Diesel Units and Electric Multiple Units in Active Service
  • 8. Ukraine and Romania Have Oldest Multiple Unit Fleet
  • 9. The Modernization of EN57 (Polish EMU)
  • 10. Case Study: ECO-4 Technology Package by Bombardier
  • 11. PESA, Skoda, and TMH Have Monopolies in Local Multiple Unit Market
  • 12. The Freight Wagons Market is Declining
  • 13. The Passenger Wagons Market is Declining
  • 14. Rolling Stock OEM Strategies
  • 15. Competitor Benchmarking-Factors Used for Benchmark Analysis
  • 16. Rolling Stock Competitive Analysis
  • 17. Mainline Rail Segment-Conclusions

10. RAIL SIGNALLING SYSTEMS IN EASTERN EUROPE

Rail Signalling Systems in Eastern Europe

  • 1. Signalling Systems Are Outdated and Reaching End of Life
  • 2. Signalling Systems Overview
  • 3. Signalling Systems Overview (continued)
  • 4. There is No Single Supplier of ERTMS With Market Share Leadership
  • 5. Hungary and Poland to Have Largest ETCS-enabled Network
  • 6. Forecast of GSM-R Installations in the Mainline Rail in the Region Between 2012 and 2020 and Total Installed Capacity in 2020
  • 7. Forecast of ETCS L1/L2 Installations in the Mainline Rail in the Region Between 2012 and 2020 and Total Installed Capacity in 2020
  • 8. Signalling Segment-Conclusions

11. CONCLUSIONS

Conclusions

  • 1. The Last Word-Three Big Predictions
  • 2. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • 3. Legal Disclaimer

12. APPENDIX

Appendix

  • 1. Light Rail Segment Competitive Analysis-Supplier Market Share
  • 2. Mainline Segment Competitive Analysis-Supplier Market Share
  • 3. List of Abbreviations
  • 4. Relevant Research
  • 5. Methodology
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