Automotive drive shafts are mechanical component assembled from aluminium, steel, and carbon fibre. It curtails the overall burden of the vehicle with more speed and low fuel expenditure, by conducting power from the engine to the wheels. Growing tendency of four wheeler vehicles with increased aspiration for efficient and comfortable drive pose a huge demand for automotive drive shafts market. Automotive Drive Shaft Market is expected to garner a stable valuation from 2016 to 2025.Aluminum drive shafts are also more equitable and produces more revolving speed. Steel drive shafts are very bulky and requires a lot of horsepower to transmit torque and rotate.
The Market for linear actuators especially in North America is chiefly driven by the increasing acceptance of automation across a huge number of industries, an increased focus on wastewater management, and the flourishing aerospace and defense industry. Linear actuators are employed in such as linearly actuated valves, pumps, industrial machinery, vehicular brakes and computer peripherals among others.
Global sintered steel market size is projected to grow from $23.6 billion in 2019 to $28.3 billion by 2024, recording a CAGR of 3.7% from 2019 to 2024. The high growth in the construction & transportation industry and electrical & electronics usage across regions is projected to drive the market growth. Factors such as the increasing technological advancement in the automotive sector, rising building & constructional activities, will drive the demand for sintered steel.
This week, Durig Capital reviews one of the leading producers of steel products in the United States. AK Steel (NYSE:AKS) produces steel for the automotive, infrastructure and manufacturing sectors. There has been much talk of bringing back manufacturing jobs to the U.S., especially in the production and manufacturing of steel. AK Steel is one of the companies trying to ensure continued heavy manufacturing capabilities within the United States. It recently reported its second quarter results (for the three months ending June 30, 2019) with the highlights (listed above).
President Donald Trump (R) lifted his tariffs against Mexico and Canada, but is he scaling up on China. So what about cars, steel, aluminium, washing machines, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba and Huawei?
Cars: Trump asked for and received a government study on car imports. He was particularly angered last November when General Motors announced that it was closing car assembly plants in Ohio, Michigan and Maryland. Trump has threatened to impose a 25% tariff on imported cars in retaliation for GM’s moves.
This week, Durig Capital looks at one of the leading producers of steel products in the United States. AK Steel has been working diligently over the past few years to increase its competitiveness in the marketplace. Its design of its own ultra high-strength steel (UHSS) has produced excitement amongst the company’s automotive customer base. In addition, AK Steel’s acquisition of Precision Partners a few years ago has been very lucrative as that acquisition has now resulted in approximately $50 million in additional future revenues. The company recently released its first quarter results for 2019. Amongst some of the highlights:
While evaluating the security characteristics of electronic locks and mechanical locks, the latter seems to hold inferiority owing to designing flaws, large area for surface impact, and lack of provision for security upgrades.
Conveyors are mechanical equipment which find application in several industries including automotive, manufacturing, retail, food and beverage, and transportation. Conveyors are used in order to reduce errors that occur while manually handling materials and to save time.