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FORT WAYNE, Ind., Oct. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Steel Dynamics, Inc. (NASDAQ/GS: STLD) today announced third quarter 2020 financial results. The company reported third quarter 2020 net sales of $2.3 billion and net income of $100 million, or $0.47 per diluted share. Excluding the impact from the following item, the company’s third quarter 2020 adjusted net income was $108 million, or $0.51 per diluted share:

  • Costs (net of capitalized interest) associated with the construction of the company’s Sinton, Texas Flat Roll Steel Mill of approximately $11 million, or $0.04 per diluted share. 

Comparatively, prior year third quarter net sales were $2.5 billion, with net income of $151 million, or $0.69 per diluted share. Sequential second quarter 2020 net sales were $2.1 billion, with net income of $75 million, or $0.36 per diluted share, which included refinancing costs of $0.08 per diluted share and costs (net of capitalized interest) related to the construction of the Texas steel mill of $0.03 per diluted share.

“The team delivered a solid performance despite the continued challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic,” said Mark D. Millett, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We continue to operate safely, provide ongoing customer support, and strengthen our capital foundation. Our spirit of excellence was once again evidenced in our strong performance. Our third quarter 2020 consolidated operating income was $156 million and adjusted EBITDA $238 million

“The domestic steel demand recovery has been strong, with automotive representing the most meaningful improvement and construction continuing to be resilient,” continued Millett. “Flat roll steel spot prices rebounded during the third quarter, as customer inventory levels were extremely low and demand steadily improved. We expect to see continued price strength and customer demand throughout 2020 and into 2021. Our differentiated business model continues to drive best-in-class performance. Our steel mills operated at 85 percent of their production capability during the third quarter 2020, with the flat roll group achieving a rate of 99 percent. This contrasts to the domestic steel industry rate of 64 percent. Our continued market share gains coupled with support from our fabrication and steel processing businesses, reinforced our higher operating rates. In addition, our metals recycling platform provided a competitive advantage in sourcing ferrous scrap to support our steel mills.”

Third Quarter 2020 Comments

Third quarter 2020 operating income for the company’s steel operations was $144 million, or 17 percent lower than sequential second quarter results, due to metal spread compression caused by lower realized selling values in the company’s flat roll business, mostly related to lagged contract arrangements.  The third quarter 2020 average external product selling price for the company’s steel operations decreased $21 sequentially to $734 per ton. The average ferrous scrap cost per ton melted at the company’s steel mills decreased $7 sequentially to $259 per ton.

As states rescinded shelter-in-place mandates and manufacturing businesses, specifically the automotive sector, restarted, scrap flows dramatically improved in the third quarter. At the same time, domestic steel production increased, resulting in a meaningful increase in the company’s metals recycling volumes and earnings. Third quarter operating income from the company’s metals recycling operations was $15 million, compared to an operating loss of $6 million in the sequential second quarter.   

The company’s steel fabrication operations achieved record quarterly operating income of $39 million, based on record quarterly shipments and metal spread expansion as average selling values improved and steel input costs declined. The steel fabrication platform’s customer order backlog remains strong and is higher than in 2018 or 2019. Customers remain positive concerning non-residential construction projects.  

Year-to-Date September 30, 2020 Comparison

For the nine months ended September 30, 2020, net income was $363 million, or $1.71 per diluted share, with net sales of $7.0 billion, as compared to net income of $550 million, or $2.47 per diluted share, with net sales of $8.1 billion for the same period in 2019. Excluding the impact from the following items, the company’s nine months ended September 30, 2020 adjusted net income was $398 million, or $1.88 per diluted share:

  • Financing costs related to the company’s June 2020 refinancing activities of approximately $25 million, or $0.08 per diluted share, and
  • Costs (net of capitalized interest) associated with the construction of the company’s Sinton Texas Flat Roll Steel Mill of approximately $26 million, or $0.09 per diluted share.

Year-to-date 2020 net sales decreased 14 percent and operating income declined 27 percent to $588 million, when compared to the same period in 2019. Lower earnings were primarily the result of steel metal spread compression, as significantly lower average steel selling values more than offset average ferrous scrap cost reductions across the steel platform. Compared to prior year results, the average year-to-date external product selling price for the company’s steel operations decreased $108 to $755 per ton.  The average year-to-date ferrous scrap cost per ton melted at the company’s steel mills decreased $45 to $264 per ton. Even though year-to-date 2020 steel shipments were only one percent lower than 2019 results, the negative impact related to COVID-19 in the second quarter of 2020 contributed significantly to the year-over-year decline in earnings.

Based on the company’s differentiated business model and highly variable cost structure, the company generated strong cash flow from operations of $849 million during the first nine months of 2020, and invested $855 million in capital investments, of which the new Sinton Texas steel mill represented $640 million. During this period, the company also paid cash dividends of $157 million and repurchased $107 million of its common stock, while maintaining strong liquidity of $2.5 billion as of September 30, 2020.

Outlook 

“We entered 2020 in a position of strength with ample cash and available liquidity of $2.8 billion, and we remain in a position of strength at the end of the third quarter 2020,” stated Millett. “Our differentiated business model and performance-driven culture have proven our ability to generate strong cash flow during the most challenging environments. We entered 2020 prepared for the capital investment requirements related to the construction of our new state-of-the art, electric-arc-furnace (EAF) flat roll steel mill. We are excited about this transformational strategic project, and the associated long-term value creation it will bring through geographic and value-added product diversification. This facility is designed to have product size and quality capabilities beyond that of existing EAF flat roll steel producers, competing even more effectively with the integrated steel model and foreign competition, as well as providing a much more environmentally friendly steel production alternative for our customers. Construction is going well and remains within our expected project cost of $1.9 billion, with plans to commence operations mid-year 2021.

“We have targeted specific regional steel consuming markets. Our facility is located and designed to have a meaningful competitive advantage in these regions and in the displacement of imports. We have signed long-term agreements with three customers to co-locate on our site, and they plan to represent annual steel consuming and processing capability of between 800,000 to 1.0 million tons of flat roll steel. In August, we also completed the acquisition of Zimmer, a Mexican metals recycling company, which is an important part of our raw material strategy for the facility. I would like to welcome the Zimmer team to the Steel Dynamics family!

“The domestic economy is recovering from the shock of COVID-19 although it is still difficult to know the full extent of its eventual impact.  However, we are currently seeing a solid recovery in domestic steel demand,” continued Millett. “The automotive sector has seen the strongest improvement, and the construction sector has remained resilient. We are seeing pent up demand, as steel service center inventories were extremely low and still remain low compared to historical norms. Energy remains the weakest end market.

“Our commitment is to the safety of our teams, families, communities and to meet the needs of our customers. Our culture and our business model continue to positively differentiate our performance from the rest of the industry, and we are in a place of strength. We are competitively positioned and focused to deliver long-term value creation for all of our stakeholders,” concluded Millett.

Conference Call and Webcast

Steel Dynamics, Inc. will hold a conference call to discuss third quarter 2020 operating and financial results on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. You may access the call and find dial-in information on the Investors section of the company’s website at www.steeldynamics.com.  A replay of the call will be available on our website until 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on October 25, 2020.

About Steel Dynamics, Inc.

Steel Dynamics is one of the largest domestic steel producers and metals recyclers in the United States based on estimated annual steelmaking and metals recycling capability, with facilities located throughout the United States, and in Mexico. Steel Dynamics produces steel products, including hot roll, cold roll, and coated sheet steel, structural steel beams and shapes, rail, engineered special-bar-quality steel, cold finished steel, merchant bar products, specialty steel sections and steel joists and deck. In addition, the company produces liquid pig iron and processes and sells ferrous and nonferrous scrap.

Note Regarding Non-GAAP Financial Measures

The company reports its financial results in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Management believes that Adjusted Net Income, Adjusted Diluted Earnings Per Share, EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA, non-GAAP financial measures, provide additional meaningful information regarding the company’s performance and financial strength. Non-GAAP financial measures should be viewed in addition to, and not as an alternative for, the company’s reported results prepared in accordance with GAAP. In addition, because not all companies use identical calculations, Adjusted Net Income, Adjusted Diluted Earnings Per Share, EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA included in this release may not be comparable to similarly titled measures of other companies.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains some predictive statements about future events, including statements related to conditions in domestic or global economies, conditions in steel and recycled metals market places, Steel Dynamics’ revenues, costs of purchased materials, future profitability and earnings, and the operation of new, existing or planned facilities. These statements, which we generally precede or accompany by such typical conditional words as “anticipate”, “intend”, “believe”, “estimate”, “plan”, “seek”, “project”, or “expect”, or by the words “may”, “will”, or “should”, are intended to be made as “forward-looking,” subject to many risks and uncertainties, within the safe harbor protections of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements speak only as of this date and are based upon information and assumptions, which we consider reasonable as of this date, concerning our businesses and the environments in which they operate. Such predictive statements are not a guarantee of future performance, and we undertake no duty to update or revise any such statements. Some factors that could cause such forward-looking statements to turn out differently than anticipated include: (1) the effects of uncertain economic conditions; (2) the effects of pandemics or other health issues, such as the recent novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19); (3) cyclical and changing industrial demand; (4) changes in conditions in any of the steel or scrap-consuming sectors of the economy which affect demand for our products, including the strength of the non-residential and residential construction, automotive, manufacturing, appliance, energy, and other steel-consuming industries; (5) fluctuations in the cost of key raw materials and supplies (including steel scrap, iron units, zinc, graphite electrodes, and energy costs) and our ability to pass on any cost increases; (6) the impact of domestic and foreign imports, including trade policy, restrictions, or agreements; (7) unanticipated difficulties in integrating or starting up new, acquired or planned businesses or assets; (8) risks and uncertainties involving product and/or technology development; and (9) occurrences of unexpected plant outages or equipment failures.

More specifically, we refer you to Steel Dynamics’ more detailed explanation of these and other factors and risks that may cause such predictive statements to turn out differently, as set forth in our most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K under the headings Special Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements and Risk Factors, in our quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, or in other reports which we from time to time file with the Securities and Exchange Commission. These are available publicly on the Securities and Exchange Commission website, www.sec.gov, and on the Steel Dynamics website, www.steeldynamics.com under “Investors — SEC Filings”.

Steel Dynamics, Inc.

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME (UNAUDITED)

(in thousands, except per share data)




















Three Months Ended


Nine Months Ended


Three Months



September 30,


September 30,


Ended



2020


2019


2020


2019


June 30, 2020

















Net sales


$

2,330,832


$

2,526,845


$

7,000,237


$

8,114,795


$

2,094,305

Costs of goods sold



2,038,017



2,167,006



6,007,762



6,900,220



1,809,874

      Gross profit



292,815



359,839



992,475



1,214,575



284,431

















Selling, general and administrative expenses



118,235



107,242



340,432



324,530



109,299

Profit sharing



11,778



17,848



42,324



64,396



9,092

Amortization of intangible assets



6,946



6,704



21,327



20,730



7,190

      Operating income



155,856



228,045



588,392



804,919



158,850

















Interest expense, net of capitalized interest



18,950



31,339



74,671



94,782



27,702

Other expense (income), net



3,546



(4,545)



29,060



(15,137)



28,103

      Income before income taxes



133,360



201,251



484,661



725,274



103,045

















Income tax expense



29,083



48,643



110,783



171,093



24,280

      Net income



104,277



152,608



373,878



554,181



78,765

Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests



(4,134)



(1,560)



(10,899)



(4,503)



(3,269)

      Net income attributable to Steel Dynamics, Inc.


$

100,143


$

151,048


$

362,979


$

549,678


$

75,496

































Basic earnings per share attributable to
















   Steel Dynamics, Inc. stockholders


$

0.48


$

0.69


$

1.72


$

2.49


$

0.36

















Weighted average common shares outstanding



210,366



217,873



211,321



221,145



210,343

















Diluted earnings per share attributable to
















   Steel Dynamics, Inc. stockholders, including the
















   effect of assumed conversions when dilutive


$

0.47


$

0.69


$

1.71


$

2.47


$

0.36

















Weighted average common shares
















   and share equivalents outstanding



211,926



219,109



212,443



222,197



211,378

































Dividends declared per share


$

0.25


$

0.24


$

0.75


$

0.72


$

0.25

Steel Dynamics, Inc.

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS

(in thousands)










September 30,



December 31,

Assets

2020



2019


(unaudited)





Current assets







   Cash and equivalents

$

1,267,618



$

1,381,460

   Short-term investments





262,174

   Accounts receivable, net


918,842




844,336

   Inventories


1,609,216




1,689,043

   Other current assets


59,219




76,012

      Total current assets


3,854,895




4,253,025








Property, plant and equipment, net


3,862,375




3,135,886








Intangible assets, net


306,574




327,901








Goodwill


474,520




452,915








Other assets


119,192




106,038

      Total assets

$

8,617,556



$

8,275,765

Liabilities and Equity







Current liabilities







   Accounts payable

$

715,681



$

513,344

   Income taxes payable


827




2,014

   Accrued expenses


376,891




401,984

   Current maturities of long-term debt


82,229




89,356

      Total current liabilities


1,175,628




1,006,698








Long-term debt


2,636,615




2,644,988








Deferred income taxes


512,503




484,169








Other liabilities


94,011




75,055

      Total liabilities


4,418,757




4,210,910








Commitments and contingencies














Redeemable noncontrolling interests


155,414




143,614








Equity







   Common stock


646




646

   Treasury stock, at cost


(1,623,805)




(1,525,113)

   Additional paid-in capital


1,200,228




1,181,012

   Retained earnings


4,624,019




4,419,296

   Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss)


95




(7)

      Total Steel Dynamics, Inc. equity


4,201,183




4,075,834

   Noncontrolling interests


(157,798)




(154,593)

      Total equity


4,043,385




3,921,241

      Total liabilities and equity

$

8,617,556



$

8,275,765

Steel Dynamics, Inc.

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS (UNAUDITED)

(in thousands)















Three Months Ended


Nine Months Ended


September 30,


September 30,


2020


2019


2020


2019













Operating activities:












   Net income

$

104,277


$

152,608


$

373,878


$

554,181













   Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by












      operating activities:












      Depreciation and amortization


81,752



79,470



240,732



240,555

      Equity-based compensation


9,486



8,841



36,850



33,229

      Deferred income taxes


10,388



11,311



30,949



34,952

      Other adjustments


17,237



(1,116)



21,701



(952)

      Changes in certain assets and liabilities:












         Accounts receivable


(58,271)



85,633



(57,991)



95,195

         Inventories


(38,236)



35,479



83,790



139,889

         Other assets


(3,894)



39



5,702



7,632

         Accounts payable


645



1,111



121,764



(54,167)

         Income taxes receivable/payable


(27,127)



6,293



33,251



19,715

         Accrued expenses


55,533



64,533



(41,545)



(83,001)

      Net cash provided by operating activities


151,790



444,202



849,081



987,228













Investing activities:












   Purchases of property, plant and equipment


(327,647)



(154,131)



(854,898)



(293,687)

   Purchases of short-term investments




(34,884)



(149,359)



(134,026)

   Proceeds from maturities of short-term investments


69,545



79,508



411,533



293,279

   Acquisition of business, net of cash and restricted cash acquired


(59,012)



(3,694)



(59,012)



(97,106)

   Other investing activities


380



2,746



1,701



4,023

      Net cash used in investing activities


(316,734)



(110,455)



(650,035)



(227,517)













Financing activities:












   Issuance of current and long-term debt


295,814



128,230



1,611,849



374,686

   Repayment of current and long-term debt


(305,911)



(119,988)



(1,645,482)



(369,134)

   Dividends paid


(52,592)



(52,751)



(156,657)



(148,493)

   Purchase of treasury stock




(114,950)



(106,529)



(292,394)

   Other financing activities


(1,587)



(1,527)



(16,502)



(7,259)

      Net cash used in financing activities


(64,276)



(160,986)



(313,321)



(442,594)













Increase (decrease) in cash, cash equivalents, and restricted cash


(229,220)



172,761



(114,275)



317,117

Cash, cash equivalents, and restricted cash at beginning of period


1,502,342



978,779



1,387,397



834,423

Cash, cash equivalents, and restricted cash at end of period

$

1,273,122


$

1,151,540


$

1,273,122


$

1,151,540

























Supplemental disclosure information:












   Cash paid for interest

$

8,597


$

9,115


$

77,050


$

71,702

   Cash paid for income taxes, net

$

43,900


$

29,794


$

45,848


$

116,149

Steel Dynamics, Inc.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

(dollars in thousands)





Third Quarter



Year to Date











2020



2019



2020



2019



1Q 2020



2Q 2020

External Net Sales




















   Steel



$

1,696,530


$

1,922,528


$

5,266,263


$

6,153,448


$

1,941,706


$

1,628,027

   Fabrication




241,538



246,078



677,724



715,982



220,936



215,250

   Metals Recycling




272,463



280,908



720,902



955,145



291,856



156,583

   Other




120,301



77,331



335,348



290,220



120,602



94,445

      Consolidated Net Sales


$

2,330,832


$

2,526,845


$

7,000,237


$

8,114,795


$

2,575,100


$

2,094,305

Operating Income




















   Steel



$

143,573


$

239,587


$

608,714


$

846,793


$

292,746


$

172,395

   Fabrication




39,272



35,321



95,672



86,690



29,204



27,196

   Metals Recycling




15,467



2,894



17,875



33,466



8,326



(5,918)

      Operations




198,312



277,802



722,261



966,949



330,276



193,673





















   Non-cash amortization of intangible assets




(6,946)



(6,704)



(21,327)



(20,730)



(7,191)



(7,190)

   Profit sharing expense




(11,778)



(17,848)



(42,324)



(64,396)



(21,454)



(9,092)

   Non-segment operations




(23,732)



(25,205)



(70,218)



(76,904)



(27,945)



(18,541)

      Consolidated Operating Income 


$

155,856


$

228,045


$

588,392


$

804,919


$

273,686


$

158,850

Adjusted EBITDA




















      Net income



$

104,277


$

152,608


$

373,878


$

554,181


$

190,836


$

78,765

      Income taxes




29,083



48,643



110,783



171,093



57,420



24,280

      Net interest expense




18,401



24,107



66,040



73,722



21,790



25,849

      Depreciation




73,364



71,456



215,213



215,887



71,733



70,116

      Amortization of intangible assets




6,946



6,704



21,327



20,730



7,191



7,190

      Noncontrolling interest




(4,133)



(1,560)



(10,899)



(4,503)



(3,496)



(3,270)

            EBITDA 



227,938



301,958



776,342



1,031,110



345,474



202,930

      Non-cash adjustments




















         Unrealized hedging gain




915



3,697



(555)



1,720



(1,262)



(208)

         Inventory valuation



47



278



1,164



870



859



258

         Equity-based compensation




9,487



8,842



29,818



28,541



10,812



9,519

         Refinancing charges








4,907







4,907

            Adjusted EBITDA 


$

238,387


$

314,775


$

811,676


$

1,062,241


$

355,883


$

217,406

Other Operating Information




















   Steel




















      Average external sales price (Per ton) (a)



$

734


$

809


$

755


$

863


$

774


$

755

      Average ferrous cost (Per ton melted) (b)



$

259


$

275


$

264


$

309


$

267


$

266





















      Flat Roll shipments




















         Butler and Columbus Flat Roll divisions




1,499,873



1,527,230



4,442,610



4,628,544



1,584,264



1,358,473

         Steel Processing divisions (c)




460,854



427,645



1,285,672



1,181,269



405,981



418,837

      Long Product shipments




















         Structural and Rail Division




393,519



366,306



1,228,551



1,094,582



434,882



400,150

         Engineered Bar Products Division




138,948



176,564



466,135



579,082



189,801



137,386

         Roanoke Bar Division




113,898



123,495



379,224



404,355



140,222



125,104

         Steel of West Virginia




75,594



90,669



245,695



277,846



92,032



78,069

            Total Shipments (Tons



2,682,686



2,711,909



8,047,887



8,165,678



2,847,182



2,518,019





















            External Shipments (Tons) (a) 



2,310,004



2,362,915



6,958,024



7,096,975



2,495,164



2,152,856





















            Steel Mill Production (Tons)



2,320,134



2,369,423



6,987,533



7,181,878



2,535,233



2,132,167

   Metals Recycling




















      Nonferrous shipments (000’s of pounds)




267,338



257,087



706,330



815,347



272,078



166,914

      Ferrous shipments (Gross tons)




1,256,351



1,169,963



3,250,565



3,531,003



1,192,144



802,070

            External ferrous shipments (Gross tons)



369,576



396,135



961,197



1,204,453



393,651



197,970

   Fabrication




















      Average sales price (Per ton)



$

1,375


$

1,464


$

1,365


$

1,523


$

1,356


$

1,364

      Shipments (Tons)




179,375



168,571



502,854



470,776



163,312



160,168





















(a)   Represents all steel operations

(b)   Represents ferrous cost per ton melted at our six electric arc furnace steel mills

(c)   Includes Heartland, The Techs, and United Steel Supply locations

SOURCE Steel Dynamics, Inc.

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Worldwide Hybrid Diesel Genset Industry to 2026 – Key Drivers and Restraints

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DUBLIN, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market (2020-2026): Market Forecast by Types, by End-Users, Regions, by Key Countries, and Competitive Landscape.” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global hybrid diesel genset market is projected to grow in the coming years due to increasing awareness to reduce carbon emissions and the high efficiency of hybrid diesel gensets. Moreover, strengthening the construction sector, rising telecom industry, as well as increasing investment in the establishment of new power plants would drive the growth of hybrid diesel gensets globally in the forecast period. Additionally, the increasing number of chemical and power sector projects across the world would further augment the demand for such gensets. Hybrid diesel genset systems are useful in providing energy to remote areas, which is projected to further increase its proliferation in less developed areas in the years to come.

According to this research, the Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.7% during 2020-2026. Rapid industrialization has led to increasing demand for a continuous and reliable source of electricity, which is expected to drive the hybrid diesel genset market in the coming years. Also, an increasing number of power outages and power failure, majorly in developing countries creates a huge demand for power backup devices, leading to a surge in demand for the hybrid diesel genset market. However, the outburst of coronavirus is expected to adversely impact the global hybrid diesel genset market in 2020 as the governments of various countries have imposed a nation-wide lockdown resulting in the closure of all construction operations which would impact the demand and supply of hybrid diesel genset systems. However, post COVID-19 the hybrid diesel genset market is expected to recover as the economies would resume normalcy after a protracted period of nationwide lockdown.

The Asia Pacific is the leading revenue-generating region in the overall global hybrid diesel market owing to the increasing government investment in setting up of manufacturing and automotive industries in the region. The hybrid diesel gensets are applicable in the residential, commercial, telecommunication, mining, and oil & gas sectors as these sectors lack grid power supply and rely on hybrid diesel generators to fulfill the power requirements. By type, the solar-diesel hybrid systems dominate the overall hybrid diesel market owing to the ease of presence of solar panels in various countries.

The global report comprehensively covers the market by types, by end-users, and by regions. The report provides an unbiased and detailed analysis of the hybrid diesel genset market on-going trends, opportunities/high growth areas, market share by types, market drivers which would help the stakeholders to device and align their market strategies accordingly to the current and future market dynamics.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction
2.1. Report Description
2.2. Key Highlights of the Report
2.3. Market Scope and Segmentation
2.4. Research Methodology
2.5. Assumptions

3. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
3.1. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
3.2. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market – Industry Life Cycle, 2019
3.3. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market – Porter’s Five Forces
3.4. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue and Volume Share, By Types, 2019 and 2026F
3.5. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue Share, By End Users, 2019 and 2026F
3.6. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue and Volume Share, By Regions, 2019 and 2026F

4. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Dynamics
4.1. Impact Analysis
4.2. Market Drivers
4.3. Market Restraints

5. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Trends

6. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview, By Regions
6.1. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
6.1.1. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.1.2. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue and Volume Share, By Types, 2019 and 2026F
6.1.2.1. Americas Solar-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.1.2.2. Americas Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.1.2.3. Americas Solar-Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.1.2.4. Americas Other Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.1.3. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue Share, By End Users, 2019 and 2026F
6.1.3.1. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Residential, 2016-2026F
6.1.3.2. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Commercial, 2016-2026F
6.1.3.3. Americas Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Industrial, 2016-2026F
6.2. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
6.2.1. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.2.2. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue and Volume Share, By Types, 2019 and 2026F
6.2.2.1. Europe Solar-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.2.2.2. Europe Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.2.2.3. Europe Solar-Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.2.2.4. Europe Other Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.2.3. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue Share, By End Users, 2019 and 2026F
6.2.3.1. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Residential, 2016-2026F
6.2.3.2. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Commercial, 2016-2026F
6.2.3.3. Europe Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Industrial, 2016-2026F
6.3. Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
6.3.1 Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.3.2 Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue and Volume Share, By Types, 2019 and 2026F
6.3.2.1. Asia Pacific Solar-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.3.2.2. Asia Pacific Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.3.2.3. Asia Pacific Solar-Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.3.2.4. Asia Pacific Other Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.3.3. Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue Share, By End Users, 2019 and 2026F
6.3.3.1. Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Residential, 2016-2026F
6.3.3.2. Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Commercial, 2016-2026F
6.3.3.3. Asia Pacific Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Industrial, 2016-2026F
6.4. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
6.4.1. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.4.2. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue and Volume Share, By Types, 2019 and 2026F
6.4.2.1. Middle East and Africa Solar-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.4.2.2. Middle East and Africa Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.4.2.3. Middle East and Africa Solar-Wind-Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.4.2.4. Middle East and Africa Other Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues and Volume, 2016-2026F
6.4.3. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue Share, By End Users, 2019 and 2026F
6.4.3.1. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Residential, 2016-2026F
6.4.3.2. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Commercial, 2016-2026F
6.4.3.3. Middle East and Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenues, By Industrial, 2016-2026F

7. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview, By Countries
7.1. USA Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.2. Canada Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.3. United Kingdom Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.4. Germany Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.5. India Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.6. China Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.7. Japan Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.8. Turkey Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.9. Saudi Arabia Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview
7.10. South Africa Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Overview

8. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market – Key Performance Indicators

9. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Opportunity Assessment
9.1. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Opportunity Assessment, By Regions, 2026F
9.2. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Opportunity Assessment, By End Users, 2026F

10. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market – Dealers and Distributors Analysis

11. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market – Competitive Landscape
11.1. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Revenue Ranking, By Companies, 2019
11.2. Global Hybrid Diesel Genset Market Companies Competitive Benchmarking, By Operating Parameters

12. Company Profiles
12.1. Caterpillar Inc.
12.2. Cummins Inc.
12.3. Teksan
12.4. Himoinsa S.L
12.5. KOHLER-SDMO
12.6. AKSA Power Generation
12.7. Ascot Energy
12.8. Eneraque PTY Ltd.
12.9. PR Industrial S.R.L

13. Key Strategic Recommendations

14. Disclaimer

Companies Mentioned

  • AKSA Power Generation
  • Ascot Energy
  • Caterpillar Inc.
  • Cummins Inc.
  • Eneraque PTY Ltd.
  • Himoinsa S.L
  • KOHLER-SDMO
  • PR Industrial S.R.L
  • Teksan

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BERLIN, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The greatest scientific discoveries upwell from the depths of the collective unconscious to captivate the imaginations of an era’s most prominent visionaries. This phenomenon appeared in full force in 2015 when, on opposite sides of the world, Japanese researcher Takaaki Kajita and Canadian physicist Arthur McDonald simultaneously, yet independently, discovered that neutrinos have mass.

Long considered to be nothing more than ethereal “ghost particles,” neutrinos were thus proven to have real, physical existence within the universe. And, as anyone who has ever pondered “E=mc2” knows well, anything that has mass also has energy. Over the last few years, an often overlooked yet absolutely critical team of researchers have been unraveling the secrets of neutrino mass to transform these seemingly insubstantial particles into viable sources of electrical energy.

A Massive Payload Is Flying Under the Radar

Much as a solar cell captures photons from the sun and converts them into electricity, the world’s first neutrinovoltaic energy generators, which have been proven to work in lab settings, turn neutrinos into electrical power. Carrying this immense secret that has yet to set the world’s imagination alight, the Neutrino Energy Group continues to bring us toward an almost unimaginable future of hope and light.

The Neutrino Energy Group Has Assembled to Engineer the First Otherworldly Electrical Power Generators

Featuring the greatest minds of our generation, the Neutrino Energy Group is an international consortium of scientists and engineers dedicated to sharing the secrets of neutrinovoltaics with all humanity. The first step will be to operate low-load devices like smartphones with neutrino power, but the Neutrino Energy Group is confident that this technology will increase in output at an unprecedentedly rapid rate.

“He who is ignorant of the truth is merely a fool; he who knows it and calls it a lie is a criminal”

As long as the sun shines in the sky, one truth will remain: Neutrinos will continue to flow over the Earth in their uncounted trillions during every second. As long as stars pierce the night, the sun’s neutrino emissions will be supplemented by ghostly messengers from other solar systems and galaxies.

The truth of neutrino power is as eternal as the light that fills the skies. Regardless of how long the world looks the other way in its relentless pursuit of fossil fuels, the potential of neutrinovoltaic energy will remain. Now, it’s our responsibility to deliver the promise of neutrino energy unto the weary masses so in need of liberation from the darkness that has pierced its way through our lives.

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ChemPoint es seleccionado como distribuidor de los productos de Soluciones Especializadas de DuPont para México

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El acuerdo ampliará la presencia de DuPont en el mercado industrial de México para suplir la demanda de ingredientes de celulosas y poli (óxido de etileno). DuPont y ChemPoint ya comparten un modelo de pedido, entrega y servicio, diseñado específicamente para satisfacer las necesidades de los clientes de aplicaciones industriales para polímeros de etilcelulosa ETHOCEL™, éteres de celulosa METHOCEL™, polímeros solubles en agua POLYOX™ y productos WALOCEL™ CRT. Univar Solutions y DuPont trabajarán conjuntamente para mejorar la experiencia del cliente ofreciendo un mayor nivel de servicio y soporte, respaldado por un equipo técnico de marketing y ventas comprometido, y centrado en las ofertas de celulosas y poli (óxido de etileno) de DuPont en aplicaciones industriales.

El equipo de celulosa industrial de ChemPoint opera como una extensión integral de DuPont para satisfacer las necesidades de los clientes en información de mercados, selección de productos, asistencia técnica, administración de pedidos y cumplimiento. Además, los clientes reciben asistencia de profesionales en servicio al cliente y cadena de suministro de ChemPoint con el fin de cumplir con los tiempos de entrega y ofrecer altos niveles de servicio.

Rick Hoener, director administrativo global de ChemPoint, destacó: “Nuestro objetivo en todas las regiones es mejorar la experiencia de compra de los clientes y ofrecer altos niveles de servicio para sus requisitos de productos de celulosas y poli (óxido de etileno). Como extensión integral de DuPont, ChemPoint ofrece un amplio portafolio de productos, y está bien posicionado para satisfacer las necesidades de los clientes en optimización de grado de productos, asistencia técnica, administración de pedidos y cumplimiento para espesantes y formadores de película”.

El conocimiento que ChemPoint tiene sobre diferentes segmentos industriales, su capacidad de comprender las necesidades de los clientes y las habilidades en marketing para llegar a nuevos mercados y aplicaciones, lo hacen una opción ideal para apoyar el crecimiento de Soluciones Especializadas de DuPont. “DuPont está muy entusiasmado con la expansión de nuestra sociedad con ChemPoint en México. El modelo de negocio único de ChemPoint nos ayuda a adaptarnos rápidamente a las necesidades tan cambiantes de la actualidad. Gracias a sus capacidades digitales únicas, podemos llegar a los clientes más rápido y de forma más eficiente, y apoyarles en diversas aplicaciones”, comentó Klairie Gounaridi, líder comercial global de Soluciones Especializadas de DuPont.

Con la adición de estas tecnologías ChemPoint ha podido ampliar su portafolio disponible para el mercado de México. Hoener agregó: “Estamos muy complacidos por esta oportunidad de seguir ampliando nuestra relación con DuPont. Con la distribución, venta y mercadeo de las soluciones especiales en México, podremos seguir simplificando y mejorando la experiencia del cliente, apoyándonos en nuestro enfoque en marketing y ventas digitales”.

Acerca de Univar Solutions
Univar Solutions (NYSE: UNVR) es un distribuidor líder a nivel mundial de ingredientes y sustancias químicas especializadas, y representa un portafolio de primer nivel de los principales productores del mundo. Con la mayor flota de transporte privado de la industria y la mayor fuerza de ventas de Norteamérica, un know-how en logística incomparable, un profundo conocimiento del mercado y de las regulaciones, desarrollos de fórmulas y recetas de clase mundial y unas herramientas digitales potentes, la compañía está bien posicionada para ofrecer soluciones a la medida y servicios de valor agregado para un amplio rango de mercados, industrias y aplicaciones. Univar Solutions está comprometida a ayudar a clientes y proveedores a innovar y crecer juntos. Conozca más en UnivarSolutions.com.

Acerca de ChemPoint
ChemPoint.com Inc., una filial propiedad total de Univar Inc., es una empresa única de distribución que brinda servicios de marketing y ventas de sustancias químicas finas y especializadas en Norteamérica, Europa, Medio Oriente, África y Latinoamérica. La compañía mantiene relaciones para su exclusiva línea de productos con fabricantes de primer nivel, y ofrece soluciones a la medida a más de 80 socios proveedores y más de 200 líneas de productos en el mundo. Para obtener más información, visite ChemPoint.com.

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DuPont es un líder global en innovación de materiales, ingredientes y soluciones de base tecnológica que ayudan a transformar las industrias y la vida cotidiana. Nuestros empleados aplican la ciencia y los conocimientos para ayudar a los clientes a desarrollar sus mejores ideas y crear innovaciones esenciales en sectores clave, incluidos el electrónico, el transporte, la construcción, el agua, la salud y el bienestar, la alimentación y la seguridad laboral. Puede obtener más información en www.dupont.com.

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Europe Excavator Market Outlook Report 2020-2025 Featuring Prominent Players – Caterpillar, CNH, John Deere, Kobelco, Liebherr

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DUBLIN, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Europe Excavator Market Outlook, 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The report shows how the market has developed over the past years along with how the market is expected to grow in the forecasted period.

Overall, the European market has shown impressive growth, but the progress is not evenly distributed over the region. Southern Europe is still comparably on a low level, but the gap between the north and south market have started getting smaller with governments effort of improvising the infrastructure in the overall region.

The economic infrastructure investment needs for energy, transport, water and sanitation, and telecoms are as high as USD 810.46 Billion per year. This investment gap has shadowed its impact on the excavator markets. In contrast to this, the construction industry had a steady increase in YOY base after 2015. This growth is backed by a low interest rate, a stable economy, and a large young population of the region. This promising growth has made way for private and public investment in the industry.

Not only the recovering construction industry but also the improving mining and quarrying sector have contributed immensely to the economic environment in the region. As both major segments have been growing, the demand for the excavator has been rising with its varied uses in the industries.

The excavator market in the region is expected to grow in the forecasted period with a CAGR of less than 4%, but with an increase when compared to the current growth rate. Germany and the UK are the highest contributing individual countries in the region. While the market share of Germany is expected to decrease in the forecasted period, the UK market is expected to grow.

The factors that act as a hindrance to the growth of the excavator market in the region are the ongoing political uncertainty and the unavailability of skilled labours. As the demand for the excavator has picked a pace around the region, the production capacities of the manufacturers have not to speed up.

Many manufacturers have already reported being insufficient in obtaining components at the required rate. An additional factor in the very strong markets in Western Europe is the restricted availability of machine operators, which poses a natural limit to equipment sales.

MAJOR COMPANIES PRESENT IN THE MARKET

Caterpillar, CNH, John Deere, Kobelco, Liebherr

CONSIDERED IN THE REPORT

  • Geography: Europe
  • Base year: 2018-2019
  • Historical year: 2013-2014
  • Estimated year: 2019-2020
  • Forecasted year: 2024-2025

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Report Methodology

3. Global Excavator Market Outlook
3.1. Market Size By Value
3.1.1 Overall Market Size by Value
3.2. Market Share
3.2.1. By Application
3.2.2. By Machinery type
3.2.3. By Region
3.2.4. By Country
3.2.5. By Company

4. Europe Excavator Market Outlook
4.1. Market Size By Value
4.2. Market Share
4.2.1. By Application
4.2.2. By Machinery type
4.2.3. By Country
4.3. Germany Excavator Market Outlook
4.4 UK Excavator Market Outlook
4.5 France Excavator Market Outlook
4.6 Italy Excavator Market Outlook
4.7 Spain Excavator Market Outlook
4.8 Russia Excavator Market Outlook
4.9 Rest Of Europe Excavator Market Outlook

5. Global Excavator Market Dynamics
5.1 Key Drivers
5.2 Key Challenges

6. Market Trends & Developments

7. Company Profiles
7.1 Caterpillar Private Limited
7.2 CNH Industrial
7.3 John Deere Ltd
7.4 Kobe Steel Ltd
7.5 Liebherr Group

8. Strategic Recommendations

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