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Industry Benchmark Report Being Compiled


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Industry Benchmark Report Being Compiled

Milwaukee-based Allied Industrial Marketing Inc. is currently compiling an industry benchmark report for the harmonic filter industry. While maintaining confidentiality of sensitive company information, the report will provide valuable industry data including market size, influence of leading technologies, vital industry statistics, sales trends, projections and more.

The report serves as a benchmark to help manufacturers understand their relative position in the harmonic filter industry (market share, productivity, sales growth, average selling prices, etc). Technologies included in the report are passive and active filters as well as phase shifting (12 and 18 pulse harmonic cancellation) transformers for medium and low voltage systems.

The 2002 benchmark report will provide valuable insight about the influence of power quality standards on all types of power electronics equipment, and the market preferences for various filtering techniques. Harmonic filters are used in conjunction with drives, UPS, computer mainframes, office equipment, medical equipment, elevators, HVAC and other power electronics equipment in both industrial, commercial applications.

Allied Industrial Marketing serves the electrical and power electronics equipment industries as a resource for marketing information and a provider of part-time marketing management services.

All manufacturers of harmonic filters and harmonic cancellation transformers are encouraged to submit a confidential survey and will receive a $200 discount off the standard price of $299. Publication is planned during Summer 2003—in time for 2004 strategy development and objective setting. Survey forms are available in pdf format by clicking: Harmonics Filter Survey Form pdf,or by sending an e-mail request to [email protected].

For more information, contact John Houdek at: Phone: 414-354-8747, or e-mail [email protected].

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