The Revenues Generated from the Sale of Pumps In Indonesia is Projected to Augment to USD 1,800 Million in Future: Ken Research


Around a decade ago, the market for pumps in Indonesia was predominantly import driven with more than 90% of domestic demand being met through imports from Japan, China, Singapore and Europe.

The increasing investment by the Government of Indonesia towards clean water supply, wastewater treatment and irrigation development had translated into higher pump sales witnessed by major manufacturers including Grundfos, Torishima and Ebara during the review period.

The increasing sales of single and multi-stage non-submersible and submersible centrifugal pumps have aided the growth in revenues of this market.  Centrifugal pumps witnessed higher sales during the review period as compared to positive displacement pumps as the latter is priced higher in comparison to centrifugal pumps. Rising urbanization, population growth and increasing infrastructure investment by the government and private individuals will result in an increased demand for water pumps.

The entry of new players into the pumps market had resulted in mass competition. Manufacturers had offered deep discounts and price cuts along with complimentary spare parts in order to gain market dominance and this had impacted higher revenue growth of the overall pump market.

Large multi-national foreign companies have dominated the pumps market in Indonesia during the review period as they import pumps from their manufacturing facilities in Europe, Japan, China and US and sell it in the domestic market at competitive prices.

The unorganized segment consists of small & medium Chinese and domestic manufacturers that target and cater to specific customer segments. Due to the high initial investment, these manufacturers have focused on the production of specific pumps such as submersible or non-submersible pumps, centrifugal or positive displacement pumps, single stage or multistage centrifugal pumps; as the cost of investment is lowered.

New and existing players will look to set up their manufacturing facility within the country in order to provide end customers with competitively priced pumps while meeting the rising domestic demand.

The industrial sector has been the major contributor towards revenue growth of the pumps market in the country and this trend is expected to continue in the future.

Products Mentioned:

Centrifugal Pumps

Positive Displacement Pumps

Submersible Pumps

Non-Submersible Pumps

Single Stage Submersible Pumps

Multi Stage Submersible Pumps

Rotary Pumps

Reciprocating Pumps

Companies Covered

Grundfos Indonesia

Wilo Pumps Indonesia

Ebara Indonesia

Intech Pumps Indonesia

Torishima Guna Engineering Indonesia

KSB Indonesia

PT.Tsurmi Pompa Indonesia

Flowserve Indonesia

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

Single Stage Submersible Pumps Market

Swot Analysis Pumps Market

Building Pumps Indonesia Products

Ksb Indonesia Pump Sales

Rotary Pumps Market Growth

Positive Displacement Pumps Market Overview

Submersible Pumps Market Growth

Wilo Pumps Sales

Water Pumps Market

Pumps Sales Indonesia

Solar Pumps Industry

Ebara Pumps Business Overview

Market Share Analysis Pumps Market

For more information on the market research report please refer to the below link:

https://www.kenresearch.com/manufacturing-and-construction/machinery-and-parts/indonesia-pumps-market-report/83202-97.html

Related Links

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https://www.kenresearch.com/manufacturing-and-construction/construction-materials/india-upvc-doors-windows-market/23002-97.html

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