The U.S. Market for Power Tools

 
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Published Nov 16, 2005 | 276 Pages | Pub ID: SB1187418

The U.S. Market for Power Tools , a new report from SBI, analyzes strategies to boost growth and profit margins in this $8.6 billion industry. This updated report analyses and explores the past, present, and projected sales of electric, battery-powered, hydraulic, pneumatic, other power hand tools and accessories. Power tools, for the purposes of this report, include products like drills, saws, routers, sanders and lathes with motor attachments that reduce the workload of the operator and assists in tasks that are difficult to perform by the hands alone. Of particular importance to the marketplace is the growth in imported products (especially low cost Chinese imports), accounting for nearly 57% of the market in 2005. The U.S. Market for Power Tools also evaluates the effects of a growing economy and the potential in shifting consumer demographics. Key product trends affecting current product development, such as ergonomic designs, added features and improved battery technologies, are discussed along with strategies for future development.

This SBI report provides an in-depth analysis of various products and manufacturers in the U.S. power tool market. The report contains comprehensive data on U.S. shipments, imports and exports, end-use markets, purchaser demographics and the competitive environment. It also identifies key issues, regulations and trends affecting the marketplace, profiles major marketers, along with manufacturer and retailer strategies used to maximize growth and profitability, and forecasts market size through 2010 by each product category

Report Methodology
The report methodology includes a combination of primary and secondary research. Historical market data is provided for 1992 through 2002, with estimates for 2003-2005 and forecast data from 2005 to 2010. The market size figures in this report are restricted mainly to power tool products covered by the U.S. Census Bureau. Shipment data on power tools are compiled from the U.S. Department of Commerce surveys and private data sources. Import and export data by major country of origin is derived from the U.S. Customs and U.S. International Trade Commission records to determine the total U.S. supply. The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Producer Price Index has been used to compare price changes for the power tool markets.

The Simmons Market Research Bureau (SMRB) provides the primary research data on consumer buying habits as they affect the power tool category for home consumer use. The SMRB Spring 2005 survey is based on a sample of 24,686 U.S. respondents includes data on customer attitudes in selecting power tools and power tool brands. Secondary research data has been obtained from government sources, trade association publications, business journals, company literature and investment reports.

What You’ll Get in this Report
The U.S. Market for Power Tools makes important predictions and recommendations regarding the future of this market, and pinpoints ways current and prospective marketers can capitalize on current trends and spearhead new ones. No other market research report provides both the comprehensive analysis and extensive data that The U.S. Market for Power Tools offers. The report addresses the following segments:

  • The Market (including market size and composition, and projected market growth)
  • Marketing Trends
  • Competitive Profiles
  • The End User
  • The Products (including market numbers and analysis of specific tool categories)

Plus, you’ll benefit from extensive data, presented in easy-to-read and practical charts, tables and graphs.

How You Will Benefit from this Report
If your company is already competing in the power tool market, or is considering making the leap, you will find this report invaluable, as it provides a comprehensive package of information and insight not offered in any other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of the current market, as well as projected sales and trends through 2010.

This report will help:

  • Manufacturers and marketers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for power tools
  • Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for power tools.
  • Advertising agencies working with clients in related industries understand the product buyer to develop messages and images that compel consumers to purchase these products.
  • Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships.
  • Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.

Chapter 1 Executive Summary
  • Power Tool Classifications
  • Methodology
  • The Market
  • An $8.6 Billion Market
  • Table 1-1 U.S. Market for Power Tools, 2000- 2005 (E) (in billion $)
  • Table 1-2 U.S. Shipment of Power Tools, 1992- 2005 (E) (in million $)
  • Electric Powered Tools
  • Table 1-3 U.S. Shipment of Electric Powered Tools by Category, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
  • Battery-Powered (Cordless) Tools
  • Table 1-4 U.S. Shipment of Battery Powered (Cordless) Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
  • Pneumatic Powered Tools
  • Table 1-5 U.S. Shipment of Pneumatic Powered Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
  • Other Power Tools
  • Table 1-6 U.S. Shipment of Hydraulic and Internal Combustion Engine Driven Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
  • The Marketers
  • Industry Trends
    • Consolidation
    • Shift to Low-Cost Countries
    • Tool Counterfeiting
    • Made In U.S.A.
    • Warranty

  • Product Trends
    • Convenience
    • Women’s Tools
    • Laser-enabled Products
    • Dust Collection
    • Cordless Products
    • Lithium-Ion Batteries
    • Anti-Theft Features

  • Advertising and Promotion
    • Ad Spend
    • DRTV
    • Sponsorship
    • Contests

  • Retail
  • Future Outlook
  • Figure 2-7 Projected Market for Power Tools, 2005-2010 (in billion $)

Chapter 2 The Market

  • Classification By Power Source
  • Classification By Application
  • The Market
    • An $8.6 Billion Market
    • Figure 2-1 U.S. Market for Power Tools, 2000- 2005 (E) (in billion $)
    • Table 2-1 U.S. Market for Power Tools by Category, 2000- 2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 2-2 U.S. Shipment of Power Tools, 1992- 2005 (E) (in million $)

  • Import-Export and the Growing Share of Chinese Products
  • Figure 2-2 China’s Share in U.S. Import of Power Driven Tools, 2000-2004 (in %)
  • Table 2-3 U.S. Import of Power Driven Tools, by Top Ten Countries, 2000-2004 (in million $)
  • Table 2-4 U.S. Export of Power Driven Tools, by Top Ten Countries, 2000-2004 (in million $)
  • Table 2-5 U.S. Import/Export of Saw Blades, Dies and Interchangeable Tools, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
  • Price Index
  • Figure 2-3 Price Index for Power Tools, 1999-2005

  • Category Performance
    • Electric Tools — The Largest Category
    • Figure 2-4 Share of U.S. Shipment of Power Tools by Power Source, 2005 (E) (in %)
    • Figure 2-5 Share of U.S. Shipment of Power Tools, by Power Source, 1997-2005 (E) (in %)
    • Professional Versus DIY
    • Figure 2-6 Share of U.S. Shipment of Power Tools, by Power Source, 1992-2004 (in %)
    • Future Outlook
    • Figure 2-7 Projected Market for Power Tools, 2005-2010 (in billion $)
    • Table 2-6 Projected U.S. Shipment of Power Tools, 2006- 2010 (in million $)
    • Regulatory Environment
    • OSHA
    • EPA

    Chapter 3 Electric and Battery Powered Tools

    • Electric Powered Tools
    • $1.5 Billion Shipment in 2005
    • Figure 3-1 U.S. Shipment of Electric Powered Tools, by Category, 2005 (E) (in %)
    • Table 3-1 U.S. Shipment of Electric Powered Tools by Category, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • $1.6 Billion Electric Tool Shipment in 2010
    • Table 3-2 Projected U.S. Shipment of Electric Powered Tools by Category, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Electric Routers and Planers
    • Table 3-3 U.S. Shipment of Electric Routers and Planers, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 3-4 Projected U.S. Shipment of Electric Routers and Planers, 2006-2010, (in million $)
    • Electric Sanders and Grinders
    • Table 3-5 U.S. Shipment of Electric Sanders and Grinders, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 3-6 Projected U.S. Shipment of Electric Sanders and Grinders, 2006-2010, (in million $)
    • Electric Saws
    • Table 3-7 U.S. Shipment of Electric Saws, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 3-8 Projected U.S. Shipment of Electric Saws, 2006-2010, (in million $)
    • Other Electric tools
    • Table 3-9 U.S. Shipment of Other Electric Powered Tools, 1992-2005 (E), (in million $)
    • Table 3-10 Projected U.S. Shipment of Other Electric Powered Tools, 2006-2010, (in million $)
    • Import - Export
    • Table 3-11 Trade Statistics for Electric Tools, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Electric Saws
    • Table 3-12 U.S. Import of Electric Saws, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-13 U.S. Export of Electric Saws, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-14 U.S. Import of Circular Type Electric Hand Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-15 U.S. Export of Circular Type Electric Hand Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-16 U.S. Import of Chain Type Electric Hand Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-17 U.S. Export of Chain Type Electric Hand Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-18 U.S. Import of Reciprocating and Jig Type Electric Hand Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-19 U.S. Export of Reciprocating and Jig Type Electric Hand Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-20 U.S. Import of Other Electric Saws, 2004
    • Table 3-21 U.S. Export of Other Electric Saws, 2004
    • Hand Drills
    • Table 3-22 U.S. Import of Electric Drills, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-23 U.S. Export of Electric Drills, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-24 U.S. Export of Rotary Drills, With Chuck Capacity Less Than 12.7 mm, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-25 U.S. Import of Rotary Drills, With Chuck Capacity Less Than 12.7 mm, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-26 U.S. Import of Rotary Drills, With Chuck Capacity 12.7 mm or More, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-27 U.S. Export of Rotary Drills, With Chuck Capacity 12.7 mm or More, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-28 U.S. Export of Drills Other Than Rotary, Including Hammer Drills, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-29 U.S. Import of Drills Other Than Rotary, Including Hammer Drills, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Grinders, Sanders and Polishers
    • Table 3-30 U.S. Import of Angle Grinders, Sanders & Polishers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-31 U.S. Export of Angle Grinders, Sanders & Polishers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-32 U.S. Import of Orbital and Straight-Line Sanders, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-33 U.S. Export of Orbital and Straight-Line Sanders, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-34 U.S. Import of Belt Sanders, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-35 U.S. Import of Electric Hand Grinders, Polishers, Sanders, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-36 U.S. Export of Electric Hand Grinders, Sanders, and Polishers Other Than Angle, Orbital, and Straight-Line, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Other Tools
    • Table 3-37 U.S. Import of Screwdrivers, Nut-Runners, Impact Wrenches, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-38 U.S. Export of Screwdrivers, Nut-Runners, Impact Wrenches, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-39 U.S. Import of Routers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-40 U.S. Export of Routers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-41 U.S. Import of Planers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-42 U.S. Export of Planers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-43 U.S. Import of Grass and Weed Trimmers/Edgers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 3-44 U.S. Export of Grass and Weed Trimmers/Edgers, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Battery Powered (Cordless) Tools
      • Drivers and Drills — The Largest Category
      • Table 3-45 U.S. Shipment of Battery Powered (Cordless) Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
      • Table 3-46 U.S. Import of Battery Powered Rotary Hand Drills, 2004
      • Table 3-47 U.S. Export of Battery Powered Rotary Hand Drills, 2004
      • Figure 3-2 Most Preferred Cordless Tool Type Among Contractors, 2005 (in %)
      • Convenient and Stylish
      • $854.1 Million Shipment in 2010
      • Table 3-48 Projected U.S. Shipment of Battery Powered (Cordless) Tools, 2006-2010 (in million $)
      • Marketers
      • Table 3-49 Brand Recall for Select Electric and Cordless Brands/Marketers, 2001-2004 (%)
      • Table 3-50 Most Used Electric and Cordless Brands, 2001-2004 (in %)
      • Table 3-51 Quality Rating for Electric and Cordless Brands/Marketers, 2001-2004

    Chapter 4 Pneumatic Tools

    • Overview
    • Nailers — the Largest Category
    • Figure 4-1 U.S. Shipment of Pneumatic Powered Hand Tools, by Category, 2005 (E) (In %)
    • Table 4-1 U.S. Shipment of Pneumatic Powered Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Improved Ergonomics
    • Changing Codes
    • Market to Reach $1.2 Billion in 2010
    • Table 4-2 Projected U.S. Shipment of Pneumatic Powered Tools, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Import - Export of Pneumatic Power Tools
    • Figure 4-2 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Power Tools by Type, 2004 (In %)
    • Figure 4-3 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Power Tools by Type, 2004 (In %)
    • Table 4-3 U.S. Trade Statistics of Pneumatic Tools, 2002-2004 (In thousand $)
    • Rotary Type
    • Figure 4-4 U.S. Import of Rotary Pneumatic Power Tools by Type, 2004 (In %)
    • Figure 4-5 U.S. Export of Rotary Pneumatic Power Tools by Type, 2004 (In %)
    • Table 4-4 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Grinders, Polishers and Sanders, Suitable for Metal Working, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-5 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Grinders, Polishers and Sanders, Suitable for Metal Working, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-6 U.S. Import of Other Rotary Pneumatic Power Tools, Suitable for Metal Working, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-7 U.S. Export of Other Rotary Pneumatic Power Tools, Suitable for Metal Working, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-8 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Rock Drills, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-9 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Rock Drills, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-10 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Drills (Except Rock), Screwdrivers and Nut Runners, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-11 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Drills (Except Rock), Screwdrivers and Nut Runners, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-12 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Wrenches, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-13 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Wrenches, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-14 U.S. Import of Rotary Type Pneumatic Hand-Directed Tools, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-15 U.S. Export Of Rotary Type Pneumatic Hand-Directed Tools, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Other Pneumatic Power Tools
    • Figure 4-6 U.S. Import of Rotary Pneumatic Power Tools by Type, 2004 (%)
    • Figure 4-7 U.S. Export of Rotary Pneumatic Power Tools by Type, 2004 (%)
    • Table 4-16 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Tools, Suitable for Metal Working, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-17 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Tools, Suitable for Metal Working, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-18 U.S. Import of Pneumatic, Hand-Held Force Feed Lubricating Equipment, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-19 U.S. Export of Pneumatic, Hand-Held Force Feed Lubricating Equipment, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-20 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Tools Designed for Use in Construction or Mining, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-21 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Tools Designed for Use in Construction or Mining, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-22 U.S. Import of Pneumatic Tools, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-23 U.S. Export of Pneumatic Tools, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Parts of Pneumatic Tools
    • Table 4-24 U.S. Import of Parts of Pneumatic Hand-Held Force Feed Lubricating Equipment, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-25 U.S. Export of Parts of Pneumatic Hand-Held Force Feed Lubricating Equipment, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-26 U.S. Export of Other Parts of Pneumatic Tools, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 4-27 U.S. Export of Other Parts of Pneumatic Tools, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Marketers
    • Table 4-28 Brand Recall for Major Brands/Marketers, 2001-2004 (%)
    • Table 4-29 Quality Rating for Major Brands/Marketers, 2001-2004

    Chapter 5 Other Power Tools and Accessories

    • Other Power Tools
    • Hydraulic Power Tools
    • Table 5-1 U.S. Shipment of Hydraulic Powered Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-2 Projected U.S. Shipment of Hydraulic Powered Tools, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Internal Combustion Engine Driven Tools
    • Table 5-3 U.S. Shipment of Internal Combustion Engine Driven Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-4 Projected U.S. Shipment of Internal Combustion Engine Driven Tools, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Import - Export
    • Other Power Tools
    • Table 5-5 Trade Statistics for Other Power Tools, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-6 U.S. Import of Chain Saws, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-7 U.S. Export of Chain Saws, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-8 U.S. Import of Tools with Self-Contained Non-electric Motors, Suitable For Metalworking, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-9 U.S. Export of Tools with Self-Contained Non-electric Motors, Suitable For Metalworking, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-10 U.S. Import of Tools with Self-Contained Non-electric Motors For Use in Agriculture or Horticulture, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-11 U.S. Export of Tools with Self-Contained Non-electric Motors For Use in Agriculture or Horticulture, NESOI, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-12 U.S. Import of Gasoline Powered Grass and Weed Trimmers and Bush Cutters, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-13 U.S. Export of Gasoline Powered Grass and Weed Trimmers and Bush Cutters, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-14 U.S. Import of Other Electromechanical Hand Tools, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-15 U.S. Export of Other Electromechanical Hand Tools, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-16 U.S. Import of Tools, With Self-Contained Non-electric Motor, NESOI (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-17 U.S. Export of Tools, With Self-Contained Non-electric Motor, NESOI (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-18 U.S. Import of Powder-Actuated Hand Tools and Parts, 2004, (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-19 U.S. Export of Powder-Actuated Hand Tools and Parts, 2004, (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-19 U.S. Import of Electro-pneumatic Hand Rotary & Percussion Hammers, 2004 (in thousand $)

  • Accessories
    • Saw Blades
    • Table 5-20 U.S. Shipment of Saw Blades, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-21 U.S. Shipment of Wood Working Power Saw Blades and Accessories, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-22 Projected U.S. Shipment of Wood Working Power Saw Blades and Accessories, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Table 5-23 U.S. Shipment of Metal Working Power Saw Blades and Accessories, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-24 Projected U.S. Shipment of Metal Working Power Saw Blades and Accessories, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Import - Export of Saw Blades
    • Table 5-25 U.S. Import/Export of Saw Blades, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-26 U.S. Import of Band Saw Blades, and Base Metal Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-27 U.S. Import of Band Saw Blades and Base Metal Parts, 2002-2004 (in number of units) (%)
    • Table 5-28 U.S. Export of Band Saw Blades, and Base Metal Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-29 U.S. Import of Circular Saw Blades of Base Metal, With Steel Working Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-30 U.S. Import of Circular Saw Blades of Base Metal, With Steel Working Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand units)
    • Table 5-31 U.S. Export of Circular Saw Blades of Base Metal, With Steel Working Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-32 U.S. Import of Circular Saw Blades of Base Metal, With Working Parts Other Than Steel, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-33 U.S. Import of Circular Saw Blades of Base Metal, With Working Parts Other Than Steel, 2002-2004 (in number of units)
    • Table 5-34 U.S. Export of Circular Saw Blades of Base Metal, With Working Parts Other Than Steel, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-35 U.S. Import of Saw Blades, NESOI, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-36 U.S. Import of Saw Blades NESOI, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand units)
    • Table 5-37 U.S. Export of Saw Blades NESOI, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Dies and Interchangeable Cutting (Except Metal Cutting) Tools
    • Table 5-38 U.S. Shipment of Dies and Interchangeable Cutting (Except Metal Cutting) Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-39 Projected U.S. Shipment of Dies and Interchangeable Cutting (Except Metal Cutting) Tools, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Table 5-40 U.S. Shipment of Dies, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-41 Projected U.S. Shipment of Dies, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Table 5-42 U.S. Shipment of Woodcutting Machine Tools, 1992-2005 (E) (in million $)
    • Table 5-43 Projected U.S. Shipment of Woodcutting Machine Tools, 2006-2010 (in million $)
    • Import - Export of Dies and Interchangeable Tools
    • Table 5-44 Trade Statistics for Dies and Interchangeable Tools, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-45 U.S. Import of Interchangeable Tools, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-46 U.S. Import of Interchangeable Tools, 2002-2004 (in number of units)
    • Table 5-47 U.S. Export of Interchangeable Tools, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-48 U.S. Import Of Interchangeable Tools For Pressing, Stamping Or Punching, Not Suitable For Cutting Metal, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-49 U.S. Import Of Interchangeable Tools For Pressing, Stamping Or Punching, Not Suitable For Cutting Metal, 2003-2004 (in number of units)
    • Table 5-50 U.S. Export Of Interchangeable Tools For Pressing, Stamping Or Punching, Not Suitable For Cutting Metal, 2003-2004 (in number of units)
    • Table 5-51 U.S. Import of Interchangeable Tools NESOI, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-52 U.S. Import of Interchangeable Tools NESOI, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in number of units)
    • Table 5-53 U.S. Export of Interchangeable Tools NESOI, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-54 U.S. Import of Dies for Drawing or Extruding Metal, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)
    • Table 5-55 U.S. Import of Dies for Drawing or Extruding Metal, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in number of units)
    • Table 5-56 U.S. Export of Dies for Drawing or Extruding Metal, and Parts, 2002-2004 (in thousand $)

  • Marketers
  • Table 5-57 Most Used Accessory Brand/Marketer, 2001-2004 (in %)
  • Table 5-58 Brand Recall for Select Brands/Marketers, 2001-2004 (in %)
  • Table 5-59 Quality Rating for Accessory Brand/Marketer, 2001-2004

    Chapter 6 Company Profiles

    • Overview
    • Table 6-1 Power Driven Hand Tool Establishments, by No. of Employees, 1992- 2002
    • Emerson Electric Co.
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-1 Annual Revenues of Emerson Electric Co., 2000- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-2 Regional Sales of Emerson Electric Co., 2004(%)
      • Business Segments
      • Figure 6-3 Business Segment Sales of Emerson Electric Co. Ltd, 2004 (%)
      • Figure 6-4 Annual Revenues of Appliance and Tools Segment, 2002- 2004 (in billion $))
      • Table 6-2 Select Power Tools Product Portfolio
      • Highlights

    • Hitachi America, Ltd./ Hitachi Koki U.S.A
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-5 Annual Revenues of Hitachi America, Ltd., 2000- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Table 6-3 Product Portfolio By Application
      • Table 6-3 [Cont.] Product Portfolio By Application
      • Table 6-4 Selected 2005 New Product Introductions

    • The Black & Decker Corporation
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-6 Annual Revenues of The Black & Decker Corporation, 2001- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-7 Regional Sales of Black & Decker Corporation, 2004 (%)
      • Business Segments
      • Figure 6-8 Segment Sales of Black & Decker Corporation, 2004 (in %)
      • Figure 6-9 Sales of Power Tools and Accessories, 2002- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-10 Profit of Power Tools and Accessories, 2002- 2004 (in million $)
      • Figure 6-11 Segment Profits of Black & Decker Corporation, 2004 (in %)
      • Brand and Product Portfolio
      • Table 6-5 Black and Decker Corporation’s Select Brands and Products
      • Table 6-6 Black and Decker Corporation’s Select Products of DeWalt Brand
      • Table 6-7 Black and Decker Corporation’s New Products, 2004 and 2005
      • Highlights

    • Cooper Industries, Ltd.
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-12 Annual Revenues for Cooper Industries, Ltd., 2000- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-13 Regional Sales Cooper Industries, Ltd., 2004 (%)
      • Business Segment
      • Figure 6-14 Segment Sales of Cooper Industries, Ltd., 2004 (in %)
      • Figure 6-15 Annual Revenues of Tools and Hardware Segment, 2002- 2004 (in million $)
      • Table 6-8 Power Tools Brand Portfolio
      • Highlights
      • Table 6-9 New 2005 Power Tools Product Innovations

    • The Stanley Works
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-16 Annual Revenues of The Stanley Works, 2000- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-17 Regional Sales of The Stanley Works, 2004 (in %)
      • Business Segments
      • Figure 6-18 Business Segment Sales of The Stanley Works, 2004 (in %)
      • Figure 6-19 Annual Sales of Industrial Tools (Including Pneumatic and Hydraulic Tools), 2002- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Table 6-10 Bostitch Pneumatic Power Tools Product Portfolio (By End-User)
      • Table 6-11 Bostitch Power Tools New Products
      • Highlights

    • Snap-on Incorporated
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-20 Annual Revenues of Snap-on Incorporated, 2000- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-21 Regional Sales of Snap-on Incorporated, 2004 (in %)
      • Business Segments
      • Figure 6-22 Business Segment Sales of Snap-on Incorporated, 2004 (in %)
      • Figure 6-23 Annual Revenues of Tools Segment (Including Hand and Power Tools), 2001- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Table 6-12 Power Tools Select Product Portfolio
      • Highlights

    • Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd.
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-24 Annual Revenues of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd., 2000- 2004 (in million $)
      • Business Segments
      • Figure 6-25 Business Segment Sales of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd., 2004 (in %)
      • Figure 6-26 Annual Revenues of Power Equipment Products Division, 2000- 2004 (in million $)
      • Table 6-13 Brand Portfolio
      • Highlights

    • Robert Bosch Tool Corporation
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-27 Segment Revenues of Robert Bosch GmbH, 2004 (in %)
      • Highlights
      • Table 6-14 Product Portfolio

    • Actuant Corporation
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-28 Annual Revenues of Actuant Corporation, 2000- 2004 (in million $)
      • Figure 6-29 Regional Sales of Actuant Corporation, 2004 (in %)
      • Figure 6-30 Markets Served by Actuant Corporation, 2004 (in %)
      • Business Segments
      • Figure 6-31 Annual Revenues of Tools and Supplies Segment, 2001- 2004 (in million $)
      • Table 6-15 Business Units of Tools and Supplies Segment
      • Highlights

    • White Cap Construction Supply, Inc.
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-32 Annual Revenues of White Cap Construction Supply, Inc., 2000- 2004 (in million $)
      • Product Lines
      • Table 6-16 Power Tools Product Portfolio
      • Highlights

    • Makita U.S.A., Inc.
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-33 Annual Revenues for Makita Corporation, 2002- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Figure 6-34 Product Segment Sales of Makita Corporation, 2005 (in %)
      • Figure 6-35 Operating Segment Sales of Makita Corporation, 2005 (in %)
      • Table 6-17 Product Portfolio
      • Table 6-18 New Product Innovations, 2004-2005

    • Hilti, Inc.
      • Overview
      • Figure 6-36 Annual Revenues of Hilti Corp., 2002- 2004 (in billion $)
      • Table 6-19 Hilti Inc.’s Product Portfolio by Application

    Chapter 7 Marketing Dynamics

    • Industry Trends
    • Consolidation
    • Innovations Boost Market Growth
    • Innovation Versus Price
    • Shift to Low-Cost Countries
    • Figure 7-1 Black & Decker’s Share of Property, Plant and Equipment, by Country, 2002-2004 (in %)
    • Tool Counterfeiting
    • Made In U.S.A.
    • Warranty
    • Product Trends
    • Laser
    • Dust Collection
    • Cordless Products
    • Cordless Products — Highly Priced
    • Lithium-Ion Batteries
    • Anti-Theft Features
    • Convenience

  • Consumer Trends
    • DIY Consumer Market
    • Table 7-1 Major Reasons Homeowners Opt for DIY Activities
    • Weekend Warriors
    • Women and Home Improvement
    • Table 7-2 Women’s Attitude Towards Home Improvement, 2004
    • Women Tools
    • Men Versus Women: Power Tool Preference
    • Table 7-3 Demographic Profile of U.S. Adults’ Preference of Power Tools, by Age Group

  • Advertising and Promotion
    • Craftsman Top Ad Spender
    • Table 7-4 Selected Power Tool Brands’ Advertisement Spends, 2004 (in thousand $)
    • Direct Response TV
    • Brand Positioning
    • Table 7-5 Tag Lines for Selected Manufacturer/Brand
    • Sponsorship
    • DeWalt Reaches Out To The Hispanic Market
    • Contests

  • New Product Introductions
    • Table 7-6 Select New Product Introductions of Cordless Tools, 2005
    • Table 7-7 Select New Product Introductions of Wrenches and Impact Wrenches, 2005
    • Table 7-8 Select New Product Introductions of Drills, Hammer, Drivers and Combination, 2005
    • Table 7-9 Select New Saw Introductions, 2005
    • Table 7-10 Select New Product Introductions of Sanders, Polishers, Grinders and Combination, 2005
    • Table 7-11 Select New Product Introductions of Nailers, Staplers and Fasteners, 2005

  • Retail
    • Home Centers Take The Lead
    • Figure 7-3 U.S. Home Improvement Retailers By Market Share, 2004 (in %)
    • Table 7-12 U.S. Top Ten Home Improvement Retailers By Sales, 2003-2004 (in million $)
    • Do-It-Herself
    • Table 7-12 Demographic Profile of Women’s Preference of Retail Stores, by Age Group
    • Mobile Marketing
    • DIFM (Do-It-For-Me!)
    • Independent Dealers Versus Big Box Retailers
    • E-Commerce

    Chapter 8 The Consumer

    • Overview
    • The Simmons Survey System
    • Consumer Profiles
      • Consumer Profile: Power Tool User
      • Table 8-1 Demographic Characteristics of General Power Tool Owner, May 2004 - May 2005
      • Consumer Profile: Workshop Equipment, Owners Versus Renters
      • Table 8-2 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Workshop Equipment: Own Versus Rent, May 2004- May 2005
      • Consumer Profile: Type of Equipment
      • Saws
      • Figure 8-1 Percentage of Consumers Favoring Use of Various Types of Saws (U.S. Adults), May 2004- May 2005 (In %)
      • Table 8-3 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Types of Saws (U.S. Adults), May 2004-May 2005
      • Table 8-4 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Types of Saws (U.S. Adults), May 2004-May 2005
      • Consumer Profile: Other Power Tools
      • Figure 8-2 Percentage of Consumers Favoring Use of Various Types of Power Tools (U.S. Adults), May 2004- May 2005 (In %)
      • Table 8-5 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Various Types of Power Tools (U.S. Adults), May 2004-May 2005
      • Table 8-6 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Various Types of Power Tools (U.S. Adults), May 2004-May 2005
      • Consumer Profile: Brand Usage
      • Figure 8-3 Percentage of Consumers Favoring Use of Top Tool Brands (U.S. Adults), May 2004- May 2005 (%) Black and Decker Corporation Brands
      • Table 8-7 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Black and Decker Corporation Brands (U.S. Adults), May 2004-May 2005 Bosch Tool Corporation Brands
      • Table 8-8 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Bosch Tool Corporation Brands (U.S. Adults), May 2004-May 2005 Techtronic Corporation Brands
      • Table 8-9 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Techtronic Corporation Brands (U.S. Adults), May 2005-May 2005 Other Power Tool Brands
      • Table 8-10 Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use of Various Power Tool Brands (U.S. Adults), May 2004 - May 2005

    • A Closer Look At The DIY Market
      • Table 8-11 Top Homeowner Reasons to Opt for DIY activities
      • Remodeling Drivers
      • Baby Boomers
      • Figure 8-4 Home Improvement Spending Share by Generation, 2003 (In %)
      • High-end Marketplace
      • DIY Consumer Preference

    • Professional Market
      • Construction Market
      • Power Tools in Construction Industry
      • Construction Industry Scenario
      • Table 8-12 Annual Value of Constructions in the U.S., 2002-2004 (In million $)
      • New Residential Starts
      • Table 8-13 Yearly Housing Starts, by Region and Family Units, 1999-2004 (Thousands of Units)
      • Non-Residential Construction
      • Table 8-14 Annual Value of Non-residential Construction, 2002-2004 (In million $)
      • Remodeling Industry
      • Tools and Remodeling
      • Overview of Remodeling/Home Improvement Industry
      • Table 8-15 Residential Improvement and Repair Expenditure by Region, 1999-2004 (In million $)
      • Remodeling Market Index
      • Figure 8-5 Remodeling Market Index by Region, 2001-2005
      • Manufacturing
      • Figure 8-6 Manufacturing Industry Sales, 1997-2004 (In million $)
      • Power Tools in Manufacturing

    Appendix: Addresses of Selected Marketers

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