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    Self-Supporting Insulated Wires in the CIS: Production, Market and Forecast

    Number of pages: 61 Number of tables: 18 Number of figures: 18
    Language: Russian
    Released: 11.04.2008
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    This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment

     

    The report is devoted to research of Russian market of self-supporting insulated and protected wires. The report is composed of introduction, 5 Chapters and Conclusion, contains 61 pages, including 18 Tables, 18 Figures and 2 Appendices. The work is a desk research. As information sources, we used data of Federal Service of State Statistics of Russia, Federal Customs Service of Russia, Ukrainian Customs and Statistic Committees, scientific-technical literature, sectoral, regional and international mass-media, as well as web-sites of company-producers and consumers of self-supporting insulated wires (SIP).

    The first Chapter of is devoted to description of design, the main characteristics, technologies of production and main fields of application of self-supporting insulated and protected wires. The Chapter describes existing types of self-supporting insulated and protected wires, briefly describes the main stages of production of self-supporting insulated wires at Russian enterprises, describes the main advantages of overhead power lines with the use of insulated wires compared with non-insulated, notes the main disadvantages of self-supporting insulated wires.

    The second Chapter analyzes production of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS, describes current standing of the main plant – producers of self-supporting insulated and protected wires, presents nomenclature and volumes of their production, and analyzes dynamics of production volumes of self-supporting insulated wires for the latest 5 years.

    The third Chapter considers foreign trade operations of Russia and Ukraine in self-supporting insulated and protected wires. The Chapter presents analysis of dynamics of Russian and Ukrainian export-import supplies of the products for the latest 6 years in money terms, describes in details directions of the supplies, presents data on pattern of foreign trade operations in self-supporting insulated and protected wires in Russia and Ukraine.

    The fourth Chapter describes the main consumers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia, estimates supply-demand balance of the products, as well as briefly describes current price situation at Russian market of self-supporting insulated wires.

    The sixth Chapter is devoted to estimation of tendencies of development of overhead power lines and prospects of Russian market of self-supporting insulated and protected wires. The Chapter presents forecasts of leading specialists of cable industry on development of the sector.

    The Appendices for the report present contact information on the greatest producers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS, as well as List of sources used.

     

    Introduction

     

    1. The main characteristics, technology of production and fields of application of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS

     1.1. Classification and the main design features of self-supporting insulated wires

     1.2. The main technical and performance characteristics of self-supporting insulated wires

     1.3. Technology of production of self-supporting insulated wires

     1.4. The main advantages and disadvantages of self-supporting insulated wires

     

    2. Production of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS countries

     2.1. Volumes of production of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS countries

     2.2. Pattern of production of self-supporting insulated wires by enterprise-producers

     2.3. Current standing of the main producers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and Ukraine

     

    3. Export – import of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS countries

     3.1. Analysis of Russian foreign trade operation at market of self-supporting insulated wires

     3.2. Ukrainian foreign trade operations at market of self-supporting insulated wires

     

    4. Consumption of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia

     4.1. Supply-demand balance of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia

     4.2. The main consumers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia

     4.3. Current price conjuncture of market of self-supporting insulated and protected wires

     

    5. Tendencies and prospects of Russian market of self-supporting insulated and protected wires

     

    Conclusion

     

    Appendix 1. Contact information on the main producers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS

    Appendix 2. List of the main sources

    Table 1. Russian grades of self-supporting insulated wires

    Table 2.The main performance characteristics of self-supporting insulated wires of various grades

    Table 3. The main electrical characteristics of self-supporting insulated wires of various grades

    Table 4. Permissible current loads on self-supporting insulated wires

    Table 5. Correspondence between Russian grades of self-supporting insulated wires in accordance with specifications, valid prior and after 01.01.2007

    Table 6. Complex of weather factors for testing self-supporting insulated wires

    Table 7. The main advantages of overhead power lines with the use of self-supporting insulated wires

    Table 8. The greatest company-producers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS

    Table 9. Mix of self-supporting insulated wires of the main company-producers in Russia and CIS

    Table 10. Estimate of volumes of self-supporting insulated wires production by the main Russian enterprise-producers in 2004-2007, thousand km of wire

    Table 11. The greatest company-producers of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia and CIS

    Table 12. Volumes and pattern of Russian export and import of self-supporting insulated wires in 2002–2007, thousand USD

    Table 13. Shares of producers and traders in Russian export of self-supporting insulated wires in 2002–2007, %

    Table 14. Pattern of Russian export supplies of self-supporting insulated wires by enterprise-exporters in 2004–2006, %

    Table 15. Pattern of import supplies of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia by enterprise-importers in 2004–2006, %

    Table 16. Pattern of Russian export and import of self-supporting insulated wires in 2002–2007 by wire design, %

    Table 17. Pattern of Ukrainian export and import of self-supporting insulated wires in 2002–2007 by wire design, %

    Table 18. Pattern of Russian inter-regional distribution grid companies

    Figure 1. Design of self-supporting insulated wires with insulated bearing conductor

    Figure 2. Design of self-supporting insulated wires with non-insulated bearing conductor

    Figure 3. Design of self-supporting insulated wires without neutral conductor

    Figure 4. Solid insulated wires

    Figure 5. The main technological stages of production of self-supporting insulated wires

    Figure 6. Estimate of production volumes of self-supporting insulated wires by enterprises of Russia and CIS countries in 2003-2007, thousand km of wire

    Figure 7. Shares of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus in production of self-supporting insulated wires in the CIS territory in 2007, %

    Figure 8. Estimate of dynamics of increasing production of self-supporting insulated wires by enterprises of Russia and CIS countries in 2003-2007, % (year-on-year)

    Figure 9. Breakage of production of self-supporting insulated wires by the main Russian enterprise-producers in 2007, %

    Figure 10. Foreign trade volumes of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia in 2002–2007, thousand USD

    Figure 11. Foreign trade volumes of self-supporting insulated wires in Ukraine in 2002–2007, thousand USD

    Figure 12. Estimate of ratio of production and consumption of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia in 2002 – 2006, thousand km of wire

    Figure 14. Average release prices of the main Russian producers of wire grade SIP (self-supporting insulated wire)-3 in 2007, thousand Rubles/km of wire (including VAT)

    Figure 15. Average release prices of the main Russian producers of wire grade SIP (self-supporting insulated wire)-4 in 2007, thousand Rubles/km of wire (including VAT)

    Figure 16. Average release prices of the main Russian producers of wire grade SIP (self-supporting insulated wire)-1 in 2007, thousand Rubles/km of wire (including VAT)

    Figure 17. Average release prices of the main Russian producers of wire grade SIP (self-supporting insulated wire)-2 in 2007, thousand Rubles/km of wire (including VAT)

    Figure 18. Forecast of consumption of self-supporting insulated wires in Russia up to 2015, thousand km of wire

     

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