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High Performance Alloys – Global Market Opportunities

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The need for superior performance, efficiency, and durability in products, ranging from golf equipments to sophisticated high-tech, supersonic jet engines and spacecrafts, is fashioning a strong demand for high-grade, super-tensile, high performance alloys. Industries like transportation, consumer appliances, leisure, and industrial manufacturing, are generating increased demand for high performance alloys. The shifting focus of energy generation from coal-fired power stations to gas turbine generators is wielding a multiplier effect on market opportunities. For instance, energy deregulation induced development of infrastructure for gas turbine industrial plants, which is presently underway, is directly translating into demand for customized high performance alloys with specifically optimized mechanical properties.

In addition to the transportation industry, lightweight alloys have recently begun making rather rapid inroads into the domestic appliance market, given the growing trend of miniaturization in consumer products such as mobile phones and vacuum cleaners. In the transportation industry, demand for lighter vehicles, and automotive components with high stress threshold, are nurturing overall consumption of high performance alloys. Stringent environmental regulations, and the quest for a cleaner environment, together are accelerating the demand for advanced alloys used in the construction of both gas turbines and automotive vehicles. All of these factors, among several others, lay down strong fundamentals for future market growth and sustenance.

These and other market data and trends are presented in “High Performance Alloys: Global Market Opportunities” by BizAcumen, Inc. Our reports are designed to be most comprehensive in geographic coverage and vertical market analyses.

HIGH PERFORMANCE ALLOYS BMR-5035

CONTENTS

1. METHODOLOGY 1

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations 1

Disclaimers 2

Quantitative Techniques & Reporting Level 3

2. GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW 4

Global Market Outlook & Analysis 4

Diverse Market with Varied Applications 4

Industry Snapshots 4

High Performance Alloys – Significance 4

Nonferrous Alloys: Largest High Performance Alloy Segment 5

Development of HPA for Gas Turbine Optimizes Mechanical

Properties 5

Escalating Demand from Domestic and Leisure Applications 5

Lightweight Alloys in Demand for Domestic Appliances 6

Factors Influencing the Market 6

Quest for Enhanced Performance and Durability 6

Improving Production Techniques 6

Bubbling Demand for Lightweight Alloys in Transportation Sector 6

Developments Galore 7

Industry Issues 7

Recycling – An Industry Norm 7

Global Economy Issues 7

Changing Face of Power Generation 7

Deregulation Ploughs in the Potential 8

Pursuit for a Cleaner Globe 8

IP and Patent Issues 8

Regulatory Issues 8

Production Technology & Efficiency Improvements 9

High Industry Standards 9

Suppliers Have the Upper Hand 9

Distribution 9

User Guidelines 10

3. MARKET & TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 10

Positive Revival Signs in the Aluminum Industry 10

Global Tantalum Demand to Increase in Near Future 11

Zirconium Dioxide Use to Grow by a Satisfactory Margin 11

Molybdenum Demand Continues to Escalate 11

Growing Interest in Metal Alloy Substitutes 11

Industry Consolidations Change Competitive Scenario 11

Metal Honeycomb Catalyst Support Grows Popular 12

Dynamic Changes in End Use Applications 12

Growing Need for Corrosion Resistant Alloys 13

Capacity Expansions & Investments – Order of the Day 14

Magnesium 14

Cheaper Chinese and CIS Imports Wreak Havoc on Western

Magnesium Producers 14

Recycling Trend 14

Improvement in Secondary Magnesium Market 15

Magnesium Prices Likely to Spiral 15

Possibility of Sustained, Healthy Growth 15

Molybdenum 16

Molybdenum Demand Continues to Escalate 16

Production Cuts – The Realistic Solution to Oversupply

Conditions 16

Tungsten 16

China Creates Uncertainty in the Global Tungsten Market 16

4. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE & COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 17

Industry Structure 17

Non-Ferrous Alloy Industry 17

Aluminum 17

Magnesium and Titanium 18

Refractory Metals Industry 18

Platinum Group Metals Industry 19

Platinum 19

Super alloys Industry 20

Nickel Market to Register Price Erosion 20

Competitive Scenario 20

Non-ferrous Alloys 20

Platinum Group Metals 21

Super alloys and Special Alloys 21

5. PRODUCT FACTS 21

Non-Ferrous Alloys 22

Refractory Metal Alloys 22

Platinum Group Metals (PGM) 22

Special Alloys & Superalloys 22

6. PRODUCTION OVERVIEW 23

Aluminum 23

Magnesium 24

Titanium 24

Zirconium 25

Refractory Metals Alloys 26

Molybdenum 26

Tungsten 26

Niobium (or) Columbium 26

Tantalum 26

Mine Production – Global Review 26

Platinum Group Metals 27

PGM – Increasing Levels of Oversupply 27

Super alloys 28

Niobium 28

Nickel – Production Scenario 28

7. END-USE APPLICATIONS 30

Transportation Applications 30

Aerospace Industry 30

Aircraft Industry 30

Shipbuilding Industry 31

Passenger Vehicles 31

Industrial Applications 31

Chemical Processing Industry 31

Glass Making Industry 32

Other Industrial Applications 32

Power Generation & Supply 32

Nuclear Power Generation Industry 32

Medical Applications 33

Domestic and Leisure Applications 33

Military Applications 33

8. APPLICATION TRENDS BY ALLOY TYPE 34

Non-Ferrous Alloys 34

Technological Improvements Bring in New Applications 34

Use of Aluminum as Remelt Increases at Higher Rates 34

Aluminum Casting Alloys 34

Magnesium Containing Aluminum Alloys Used in Three

Principal Industries 34

Magnesium Alloys in for Greater Usage 35

Titanium Sees Potential in Aircraft and Leisure Uses 35

Titanium & Titanium Alloys – Not Restricted to Aerospace Any

More 35

Zirconium Consumption 36

Commercialization of SOFC and Nanotechnology to Boost

Zirconium Demand 36

Refractory Metal Alloys 37

Applications of Tantalum in Alloys 37

Electronic and Other Uses of Tantalum 38

Tantalum Demand Tied to the Fate of Electronics and

Aerospace Industries 38

Other Applications of Tantalum Rekindle Potential 38

Tantalum – A Basic Component in Polycrystalline Alloys 39

Tantalum is a Vital Component in Nickel Based Super alloys 39

Alloy Additive 39

Niobium-based Alloys 39

Niobium Nibbles at The Tantalum Market 40

Platinum Group Metals 40

Automotive Industry Drives Platinum Demand 40

Catalytic Converters Fuels Platinum Consumption 41

Platinum Dazzling in Jewelry Sector 42

Platinum in Fuel Cells 42

High Cost of Platinum Seen Delaying Fuel-Cell Use 43

Soaring Prices Dwindle Demand for Palladium 43

Autocatalyst -The Key End-Use Segment of Rhodium 44

Demand for Ruthenium in Automotive Industry 45

Demand for Ruthenium Plunges 45

Iridium Witnesses Demand Slide 45

Super alloys and Specialty Alloys 46

Across the Board Demand Growth for Super alloys 46

Power Sector Spurs Potential for Highly Alloyed Cast Nickel

-Based Super alloys 46

9. CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 47

Alcoa to Acquire Stakes in Rio Tinto 47

ThyssenKrupp Relocates Nickel Alloy Wire Facility 47

Olin Corp Sells Nonferrous Metals Business 47

Yutong and Alcoa Enters Partnership 48

Dingsheng Aluminium and Alcan to Set up Joint Venture 48

Alcan Builds Aluminum Alloy Facility in Tianjin 48

ThyssenKrupp VDM USA Merges with Sister Company 48

Allegheny Technologies to Expand Capacities 48

Alcoa Sells Chalco’s Stake 49

Alcoa Opens Flat-Rolled Products Facility in China 49

Rio Tinto Acquires Alcan 49

Allegheny Plans to Raise Production Capacity at its Washington

Facility 49

Allegheny Technologies Signs Supply Agreement with Boeing 49

ATI Inks Supply Agreement with General Electric Aviation 50

ATI to Increase Nickel Based Super-Alloy and Premium Titanium

Production 50

RUSAL Acquires Majority Stake in Nigeria’s Aluminium Smelter

Company 50

EC Approves Merger of RUSAL, Glencore, and SUAL Group 50

10. MAJOR PLAYERS 51

African Rainbow Minerals Limited (South Africa) 51

Alcoa Inc (US) 51

Alcoa Howmet Castings (US) 51

Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (US) 52

Allvac Incorporated (US) 52

Advanced Magnesium Limited (Australia) 52

Carpenter Technology Corporation (US) 52

BASF Catalysts LLC (US) 53

Eramet Group (France) 53

Haynes International Inc (US) 53

H.C. Starck GmbH (Germany) 54

High Performance Alloys Inc (US) 54

Magnesium Elektron Incorporated (UK) 54

Olin Brass (US) 54

Rio Tinto Alcan (Canada) 55

Rolled Alloys Inc (US) 55

United Company RUSAL (Russia) 55

Special Metals Corporation (US) 56

ThyssenKrupp VDM GmbH (Germany) 56

Titanium Metals Corporation (TIMET) (US) 56

W.C. Heraeus GmbH & Co KG (Germany) 56

11. GLOBAL MARKET ANALYTICS 57

12. THE UNITED STATES 76

Industry Trends 76

Crisis Hits Secondary Aluminum Alloys Market 76

Columbium Uses in the US 76

Molybdenum Production & Consumption Trends 76

Defense and Commercial Aircraft Corner Lion’s Share of

Titanium Demand 77

Demand for Titanium and Nickel Alloys Tied to Aerospace and

Power Sectors 77

High-Performance Titanium and Nickel Alloys Activities Move

Overseas 78

Aerospace and Energy Markets – The Major Superalloys Consumers 78

Superalloys Demand Susceptible to Turbulences in End-User

Industries 78

Maintains Consistent Growth Amidst Challenges 79

Aerospace Still Holds the Key 79

Non-Aerospace Uses Expand 79

Connector Industry Springs Potential for High Performance Alloys 80

End Use Application Markets 81

Aluminum 81

From Alumina to Automobiles 81

Titanium Alloys – End Use Trends 81

Titanium Doldrums Likely to Fall Behind Aerospace 82

Magnesium Alloys 82

Automakers Look Anew at Magnesium Alloys 82

Base Market Scan 83

Aluminum 83

Growing Demand for Aluminum Exports 83

Factors Influencing the Industry 83

Trading 83

Energy 83

Environment and Climate Change 83

Recycling 83

Technology 84

Key Aluminum Producers 85

13. CANADA 90

Industry Review 90

Aluminum 90

Aluminum Casting, Rolling and Extruding in Canada – Industry

Scenario 90

Industry Classification 90

Products Profile 91

Industry Characteristics 91

Innovation and Technology 91

Challenges in the Aluminum Industry 91

14. JAPAN 94

Industry Trends 94

Magnesium 94

Magnesium Recycling – The Trend of the Future 94

Thixo-Casting Process Heightens Demand for Magnesium 94

Scrap Recycling Picks up Momentum 94

Magnesium Ups Demand in Automotive and Electronics Sector 95

Platinum Group Metals 96

Japan – The Largest PGM Importer 96

Platinum 96

Palladium 96

15. EUROPE 98

a. France 112

b. Germany 114

c. Italy 116

d. The United Kingdom 117

e. Spain 119

f. Russia 120

g. Rest of Europe 124

16. ASIA-PACIFIC 125

Platinum Group Metals 125

End Use Application Trends 125

Australia 126

An Overview of Aluminum Market 126

Australia – An Emerging Magnesium Producer 127

China 127

Industry Trends 127

Aluminum 127

China – The Emerging Leader 127

Problems Galore 127

Taxation Regime Dents Exports 128

Prices Look Up 128

Production and Consumption Compete Head On 128

Consolidation Picks Up Momentum 129

Outlook 129

Magnesium 130

China – Dominates the Global Magnesium Industry 130

China Better Off with Thermal Reduction Process 130

Foreign Investors Show Interest in China’s Ningxia 131

Titanium 131

Titanium Demand in China Burgeoning 131

Molybdenum 131

China – the Second Largest Mo Producer 131

Tungsten 131

Regulatory Authority for Tungsten in China 132

Nickel 132

Platinum 133

Taiwan 133

Magnesium Alloy 133

Magnesium Alloy Production Bolstered by Spiraling Demand

for Notebooks 133

Taiwan to Emerge as Largest Magnesium Alloy Market 134

Taiwan to Replace Japan in Magnesium Alloy Usage for Handset 134

Competitive Landscape 134

A Comparison of Leading Players in Taiwanese Magnesium

Alloy Products Market 134

India 135

Aluminum 135

An Overview 135

Industry Background 135

Bauxite Available Aplenty 135

Industry Structure 136

Manufacturing and Technical Process 137

Raw Material Review 137

Competitive Analysis 138

Key Challenges 138

Growth in Industrial Production / User Industries 138

Power Availability 138

Duty Structure 139

Outlook 139

Magnesium 139

17. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 140

South Africa 140

Platinum Production Scales New Heights 140

Leading Platinum Producing Companies in South Africa 141

18. LATIN AMERICA 142

An Overview of Brazilian Aluminum Market 142

EXHIBITS

Table 1: Global Aluminum Per Capita Consumption by Country:

(In Kilograms)

Table 2: Percentage Breakdown of Aluminum Per-Capita

Consumption in the World by End Use Segment – 2004

Table 3: Percentage Breakdown of Leading Aluminum Producers in

the World – 2004

Table 4: Percentage Breakdown of Aluminum Consumption in the

World by Region – 2005

Table 5: Percentage Breakdown of Global Aluminum Consumption

by End-Use Segment – 2004

Table 6: Percentage Breakdown of Global Titanium Reserves by

Country

Table 7: Breakdown of Global Titanium Consumption by Steel and

Other Alloys – 2004

Table 8: Finished Nickel Production in the World by

Region/Country – 2006 (In 000 Tons)

Table 9: Percentage Breakdown of Leading Nickel Producers in

the World – 2005

Table 10: Percentage Breakdown of Leading Finished Nickel

Producers in the World – 2005

Table 11: Percentage Breakdown of Tungsten Consumption in the

World by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 12: Percentage Breakdown of Tantalum Consumption in the

World by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 13: Percentage Breakdown of the Global Columbium

(Niobium) Market by End Use Application – 2004

Table 14: Percentage Breakdown of Platinum Consumption in the

World by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 15: Percentage Breakdown of Platinum Consumption in the

World by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 16: Percentage Breakdown of Global Palladium Consumption

by Application Segment – 2004

Table 17: Percentage Breakdown of Global Rhodium Consumption

by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 18: Percentage Breakdown of Global Ruthenium Consumption

by Application Area – 2004

Table 19: Percentage Breakdown of Global Ruthenium Consumption

by Application Area – 2004

Table 20: Percentage Breakdown of Iridium Consumption in the

World by Application Area – 2004

Table 21: Global High Performance Alloys Market by Region for

the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 22: Percentage Breakdown of Global High Performance

Alloys Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 23: Global Non-Ferrous Alloys Market by Region for the

Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 24: Percentage Breakdown of Global Non Ferrous Alloys

Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 25: Global Non Ferrous Alloys Market by Product Segment

for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 26: Percentage Breakdown of Global Non Ferrous Alloys

Market by Product Segment for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 27: Global Non Ferrous Alloys (Aluminum) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 28: Percentage Breakdown of Global Non Ferrous Alloys

(Aluminum) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 29: Global Non Ferrous Alloys (Magnesium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 30: Percentage Breakdown of Global Non Ferrous Alloys

(Magnesium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 31: Global Non Ferrous Alloys (Titanium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 32: Percentage Breakdown of Global Non Ferrous Alloys

(Titanium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 33: Global Non Ferrous Alloys (Zirconium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 34: Percentage Breakdown of Global Non Ferrous Alloys

(Zirconium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 35: Global Refractory Metals Market by Region for the

Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 36: Percentage Breakdown of Global Refractory Metals

Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 37: Global Refractory Metals Market by Product Segment

for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 38: Percentage Breakdown of Global Refractory Metals

Market by Product Segment for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 39: Global Refractory Metals (Molybdenum) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 40: Percentage Breakdown of Global Refractory Metals

(Molybdenum) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 41: Global Refractory Metals (Tungsten) Market by Region

for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 42: Percentage Breakdown of Global Refractory Metals

(Tungsten) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 43: Global Refractory Metals (Columbium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 44: Percentage Breakdown of Global Refractory Metals

(Columbium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 45: Global Refractory Metals (Tantalum) Market by Region

for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 46: Percentage Breakdown of Global Refractory Metals

(Tantalum) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 47: Global Platinum Group Metals Market by Region for

the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 48: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group Metals

Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 49: Global Platinum Group Metals Market by Product

Segment for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 50: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group Metals

Market by Product Segment for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 51: Global Platinum Group Metals (Platinum) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 52: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group Metals

(Platinum) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 53: Global Platinum Group Metals (Palladium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 54: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group Metals

(Palladium) Market by Product Segment for the Years 2008 &

2012

Table 55: Global Platinum Group Metals (Rhodium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 56: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group Metals

(Rhodium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 57: Global Platinum Group Metals Ruthenium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 58: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group Metals

(Ruthenium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 59: Global Platinum Group Metals (Iridium) Market by

Region for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 60: Percentage Breakdown of Global Platinum Group

Metals (Iridium) Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 61: Global Special Alloys & Superalloys Market by Region

for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 62: Percentage Breakdown of Global Special Alloys &

Superalloys Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 63: Percentage Breakdown of Aluminum Shipments in the US

by Product Type – 2004 (In 000 Tons)

Table 64: Percentage Breakdown of the US Aluminum Market by

End-Use Industry for the Year 2004

Table 65: Percentage Breakdown of Leading Aluminum Players in

the US – 2006

Table 66: Breakdown of Primary Magnesium Consumption in the US

by End -Use Segment – 2006 (In Metric Tons)

Table 67: Percentage Breakdown of Titanium Pigment Shipments

in the US by Industry – 2004

Table 68: Percentage Breakdown of Titanium Pigment Shipments

in the US by Industry – 2004

Table 69: Percentage Breakdown of US Molybdenum Market by

End-Use Application – 2004

Table 70: Percentage Breakdown of Tungsten Consumption in the

US by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 71: Percentage Breakdown of Metal Used in Wedding

Rings/Bands in the US Metal Market – 2004

Table 72: Percentage Breakdown of Palladium Consumption in

North America by Application Segment – 2004

Table 73: Percentage Breakdown of Nickel Consumption in the US

by End-Use Industry – 2004

Table 74: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment in

US: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 75: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in US for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 76: Percentage Breakdown of Aluminum Consumption in

Canada by End Use Segment – 2004

Table 77: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment in

Canada: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 78: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Canada for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 79: Percentage Breakdown of Tungsten Consumption in

Japan by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 80: Percentage Breakdown of Platinum Sales in Japan by

End-Use Segment – 2004

Table 81: Percentage Breakdown of Japanese Palladium

Consumption by Application Segment – 2004

Table 82: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment in

Japan: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 83: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Japan for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 84: Percentage Breakdown of Catalytic Converter Sales in

the European Platinum Group Metals Market by Leading Refiners -

2004

Table 85: Percentage Breakdown of Superalloys Sales in Europe

by Leading Players – 2003

Table 86: Percentage Breakdown of European High Performance

Alloys Sales by End Use Segments – 2005

Table 87: Percentage Breakdown of Non-Ferrous Alloys Sales in

Europe by End Use Segments – 2005

Table 88: Percentage Breakdown of European Tungsten

Consumption by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 89: Percentage Breakdown of Platinum Group Metals Volume

Sales in Europe by Metal – 2005

Table 90: Percentage Breakdown of Platinum Group Metals

Consumption in Europe by End Use Segment – 2005

Table 91: Percentage Breakdown of Rhodium Sales in Europe by

End-Use Segment – 2004

Table 92: Percentage Breakdown of European Ruthenium Volume

Sales by End Use Segment – 2004

Table 93: Percentage Breakdown of European Iridium Volume

Sales by End Use Segment – 2004

Table 94: Percentage Breakdown of European Special Alloys &

Superalloys Volume Sales by End Use Segment – 2005

Table 95: High Performance Alloys Market by Country/Region in

Europe: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 96: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Country/Region in Europe for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 97: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment in

Europe: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 98: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Europe for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 99: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment in

France: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 100: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in France for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 101: Percentage Breakdown of German Aluminum Market by

End Use Industry – 2004

Table 102: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Germany: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 103: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Germany for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 104: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Italy: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 105: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Italy for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 106: Percentage Breakdown of Tungsten Consumption in UK

by End-Use Segment – 2005

Table 107: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in UK: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 108: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in UK for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 109: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Spain: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 110: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Spain for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 111: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Russia: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 112: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Russia for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 113: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Rest of Europe: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 114: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Rest of Europe for the Years 2008

& 2012

Table 115: Percentage Breakdown of Chinese Aluminum

Consumption by End-Use Sector – 2004

Table 116: Percentage Breakdown of Chinese Tungsten Market by

End-Use Segments – 2004

Table 117: Percentage Breakdown of Platinum Market in China by

End-Use Application – 2005

Table 118: Percentage Breakdown of Indian Aluminum Consumption

by Product Type – 2004

Table 119: Production Capacity of Semi-Fabricated Aluminum in

India by Product Type for the Year 2010 (In 000 Tons)

Table 120: Percentage Breakdown of Indian Aluminum Consumption

by End Use Segment – 2004

Table 121: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Asia-Pacific: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 122: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Asia-Pacific for the Years 2008 &

2012

Table 123: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Middle East & Africa: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 124: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Middle East & Africa for the

Years 2008 & 2012

Table 125: High Performance Alloys Market by Product Segment

in Latin America: 2007-2015 (Sales in Metric Tons)

Table 126: Percentage Breakdown of High Performance Alloys

Market by Product Segment in Latin America for the Years 2008

& 2012

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