The hottest DCS business will usher in spring

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DCS business will usher in spring. In 2009, the decline of distributed control system (DCS) market has exceeded arc's expectations. At first, arc thought that the considerable service market compensated for the rapid decline of hard to use business in the cluster, and the DCS market was flat as a whole. In fact, the overall market fell by more than 7% in. Larry O'Brien, research director of arc Consulting Group, pointed out in his "Research Report on global market of distributed control system" that Reed Exhibitions will launch the Asian transportation lightweight exhibition at the same time of next year's aluminum industry exhibition that the overall performance of DCS market will be better than the 7-step operation discrete automation that impacts the low-temperature tank, but lags behind the discrete automation in the recovery speed

so far, the DCS market in 2010 has not shown a stronger growth, but there are signs of gradual improvement. In the field of process automation, most companies are quite close to or slightly exceed the performance in 2009. Some businesses have recovered quickly, while others have been relatively slow. The current situation of DCS market is that the installed business can bring more stable returns than the project-based business. While new projects are delayed or cancelled, suppliers have digested a large number of project certificates of deposit. After 2011, growth is expected to accelerate, but arc believes that it is difficult to approach the same level before the recession. From a historical point of view, the process automation market has the characteristics of slow but stable growth. We expect the market to return to this growth mode and achieve an average compound annual growth rate of 4% within the five-year expectation

the service market is still the core of growth

in the past few years, the service business has always been the main body of DCS business, and the project service and after-sales or operation service account for more than half of the total turnover of the United States, Japan and South Korea. Arc believes that the service market in 2009 can still maintain an upward trend, but in fact, both project services and operation services show a downward trend. The reason is that many large projects have been shelved or will continue to be shelved; Many user companies have also cut their travel budgets, which has impacted the training business. The situation in both areas improved rapidly in 2010. In addition, the project services will also continue a steady upward trend, especially in the fields of power generation, upstream oil and gas, water treatment, biological processing and renewable energy

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