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全球研究所產品的購買趨勢

Global Laboratory Products Purchasing Trends, 2017-2018

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 409933
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 94 Pages
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全球研究所產品的購買趨勢 Global Laboratory Products Purchasing Trends, 2017-2018
出版日期: 2018年02月15日 內容資訊: 英文 94 Pages
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本報告提供全球各國的研究室、實驗室的近期物品採購趨勢相關分析,依據557名採購決策者的問卷調查,整體採購預算、頻率、種的趨勢和轉變,希望的採購預算、頻率,各種類 (共7種品項:各種設備,各種設備,化學藥品,試劑、實驗套件,一般實驗室用品,塑膠製品,玻璃產品)、研究室的各屬性 (教育機關,生物醫藥品企業,政府,一般廠商,臨床)的詳細趨勢,近幾年的美國、歐洲的政治趨勢的影響等資訊彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 分析的背景、目的、手法,調查受訪者的人口組成

第2章 摘要整理

  • 研究所的產品購買預算的預期擴大率:各終端用戶、各產品類型
  • 研究所的產品購買回數 (總數)
  • 摘要整理:購買希望的變化
  • 美國總統選舉、歐洲的政局不安帶給購買意願決策的影響

第3章 研究所的產品購買和,產品制定的影響要素

  • 新產品調查的資訊來源
  • 研究所產品的整體購買額
  • 研究所產品的整體購買額:各終端用戶
  • 一般購買流通管道
  • 設備購買額
  • 設備購買額
  • 設備的購買頻率
  • 設備的購買頻率
  • 試劑、實驗套件的購買頻率
  • 化學藥品的購買頻率
  • 塑膠製品的購買頻率
  • 玻璃產品的購買頻率
  • 研究室通用消耗品的購買
  • 購買要素的重要性
  • 技術性註記:知覺圖像的理解
  • 研究所產品的知覺圖像
  • 研究所產品的價格比較

第4章 產品購買預算、數量

  • 研究所產品的購買預算總額的變化
  • 研究所產品的購買預算的變化:各類別產品
  • 研究所產品的購買預算的變化:各終端用戶,各產品類型
  • 研究所產品的購買預算的變動預測:各終端用戶,各產品類型
  • 研究室的預算相關討論
  • 研究室的財源

第5章 大企業

  • 研究所產品的整體購買頻率
  • 各種設備的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 各種設備的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 各種化學藥品的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 各種試劑、實驗套件的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 各種塑膠製品的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 各種玻璃產品的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 各種通用消耗品的最大企業:各市場區隔
  • 市場競爭趨勢相關討論

第6章 來自VERBATIM的回答內容:教育機關附設的研究室的情況

  • 研究所產品的購買頻率:希望的購買頻率的變化
  • 歐洲政治不穩定的影響度
  • 美國總統選舉的影響度

第7章 來自VERBATIM的回答內容:政府的研究室的情況

第8章 來自VERBATIM的回答內容:生物醫藥品企業的附屬研究室的情況

第9章 來自VERBATIM的回答內容:廠商附屬研究室的情況

第10章 來自VERBATIM的回答內容:臨床試驗室的情況

第11章 附錄

第12章 關於Frost&Sullivan

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An End User Perspective on Laboratory Spending Reveals Optimism for Growing 2018 Budgets

Readers of one of Frost & Sullivan's media partners were invited to participate in an online survey in July 2017 that centered around the state of their laboratories in 2017 and their expectations for 2018. Frost & Sullivan has conducted similar studies among the same targeted respondents since 2012. Where applicable, the study presents year-over-year data to illustrate yearly trend developments. To qualify for survey participation, readers had to play a role in their laboratory's purchasing process, be familiar with their laboratory's product budgets, and represent a laboratory that either uses or plans to use products in one or more of the seven specified laboratory product categories: instruments, equipment, chemicals, reagents and kits, general lab supplies, plasticware, and glassware. A total of 207 decision makers qualified for and completed the survey, answering questions on purchases, budgets, top companies, and purchasing preferences. Respondents were segmented by type of laboratory: academic, biopharmaceutical, government, industrial, and clinical.

This end user survey polled researchers on their preferences in order to understand the laboratory products purchasing process and how that differs among the various organization types that utilize these products in their labs. The data collected was quantitative in respect to budgets and qualitative with reference to end user trends, such as budget expectations, brand selection preferences, purchasing process steps, evaluation and sourcing of lab products, recent and expected instrument and equipment purchases, frequency of price comparisons, funding trends, unmet needs, and product purchasing preferences. Furthermore, the survey includes verbatim responses on how the United States' reduction in corporate tax rates, or repatriation tax reform would impact laboratories' spending on lab products. This survey provides companies with actionable and trending information from laboratory professionals that will help drive business strategies and develop growth expectations.

For the purpose of this analysis, respondents identifying as manufacturing, environmental testing, chemical or petrochemical, and food, beverage, or agricultural are combined as industrial laboratories. Biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and contract research organization are combined as biopharmaceutical laboratories. State government and federal government laboratories are combined as government laboratories. Hospital laboratories and clinical reference laboratories fall under the clinical segment. Respondents indicated a wide range of job titles such as researcher, scientist, investigator, director, manager, or technician. For convenience, these respondents are generally referred to as researchers in this study; however, this term should be understood to include all respondents. In total, 82% of respondents work in the US, with Canada following in second place with 6%. Nevertheless, this study is considered global because the survey was open to respondents from all countries.

Table of Contents

1. GLOBAL LABORATORY PRODUCTS PURCHASING TRENDS, 2017-2018

Research Background, Objectives, Methodology, and Respondent Demographics

  • Research Objectives
  • Research Methodology
  • Research Methodology (continued)
  • Respondent Demographics
  • Respondent Demographics (continued)
  • Respondent Demographics (continued)

Executive Summary

  • 2015-2017 Overall Lab Product Purchase Experience
  • Executive Summary-Desired Purchasing Changes
  • Potential Reduction of Government Spending and Lower Corporate Tax Impact on Purchasing Decisions

Laboratory Product Purchases and the Influential Factors of Selection

  • Information Sources for New Products Research
  • Total Laboratory Product Purchases
  • Laboratory Product Purchases by End User
  • Preferred Purchase Channel
  • Instrument Purchases
  • Equipment Purchases
  • Purchasing Experience for Instruments
  • Purchasing Experience for Equipment
  • Purchasing Experience for Reagents and Kits
  • Purchasing Experience for Chemicals
  • Purchasing Experience for Plasticware
  • Purchasing Experience for Glassware
  • Purchasing Experience for General Lab Supplies
  • Importance of Purchasing Factors
  • Technical Note-Understanding Perceptual Maps
  • Perceptual Map of Laboratory Products
  • Product Price Comparison Frequency for Lab Products

Budgets and Growth Expectations

  • Laboratory Product Budgets by End User and Product Category
  • Overall Laboratory Products Budget Change
  • Laboratory Products Budget Change by Product Segment
  • Academic Laboratory Products Budget Change by Product Segment
  • Government Laboratory Products Budget Change by Product Segment
  • Biopharmaceutical Laboratory Products Budget Change by Product Segment
  • Industrial Laboratory Products Budget Change by Product Segment
  • Clinical Laboratory Products Budget Change by Product Segment
  • Sources of Laboratory Funding

Top Companies

  • 2015-2017 Overall Experience with Lab Products Purchase
  • Top Companies for Instruments by Segment
  • Top Companies for Equipment by Segment
  • Top Companies for Chemicals by Segment
  • Top Companies for Reagents and Kits by Segment
  • Top Companies for Plasticware by Segment
  • Top Companies for Glassware by Segment
  • Top Companies for General Lab Supplies by Segment

Verbatim Responses-Academic Laboratories

  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Academic Laboratories
  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Academic Laboratories (continued)
  • Impact of Potential Reduction in Government Spending-Academic Laboratories
  • Impact of Lower Corporate Taxes or Repatriation Tax Reform in the US-Academic Laboratories

Verbatim Responses-Government Laboratories

  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Government Laboratories
  • Impact of Potential Reduction in Government Spending-Government Laboratories
  • Impact of Lower Corporate Taxes or Repatriation Tax Reform in the US-Government Laboratories

Verbatim Responses-Biopharmaceutical Laboratories

  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Biopharmaceutical Laboratories
  • Impact of Potential Reduction in Government Spending-Biopharmaceutical Laboratories
  • Impact of Lower Corporate Taxes or Repatriation Tax Reform in the US-Biopharmaceutical Laboratories

Verbatim Responses-Industrial Laboratories

  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Industrial Laboratories
  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Industrial Laboratories (continued)
  • Impact of Potential Reduction in Government Spending-Industrial Laboratories
  • Impact of Lower Corporate Taxes or Repatriation Tax Reform in the US-Industrial Laboratories

Verbatim Responses-Clinical Laboratories

  • Desired Changes to Laboratory Product Purchasing Experience-Clinical Laboratories
  • Impact of Potential Reduction in Government Spending-Clinical Laboratories
  • Impact of Lower Corporate Taxes or Repatriation Tax Reform in the US-Clinical Laboratories

Conclusions

  • Conclusions

Appendix

  • Additional Sources of Information
  • Legal Disclaimer
  • List of Exhibits
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)

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