Gear Motor Market Size Estimation, Worldwide Overview, Research Methodology, Business Statistic, Prominent Players Analysis, Regional Outlook and Forecast To 2023

Image result for Gear Motor Market Size Estimation, Worldwide Overview, Research Methodology, Business Statistic, Prominent Players Analysis, Regional Outlook and Forecast To 2023Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report about the global Gear Motor Market is expected to grow at 5.80% CAGR during the forecast period. Report analyzes gear motor Market Upcoming Opportunities, challenges, Key Country Analysis, with business development strategies, And key players insights. Report provides comprehensive information on Global gear motor Market size, share, industry trends, growth, with regional forecast to 2023.

Gear Motor Market – Overview

Gear motor is a motor assembled with a set of speed gears. An electric motor and reduction gear are integrated into a single unit, which further can be collectively installed with motor shaft better compactness. These kinds of motors can be operated in various directions such as horizontal, vertical, or tilted position. Larger torque can be achieved by using a higher gear ratio. These motors also comprise of mechanical gears to control the speed of the motor depending upon the type of application and requirements.

The global gear motor marketis projected to grow at a moderate rate during the forecast period, due to growing number of energy projects requiring high level of efficiency. Also, growing number of renewable energy projects are likely to become the prominent contributor towards green revolution and growing number of industries are majorly driving the global gear motors market. Evolutionary changes in the designing processes, implementation of modular and compact design of the gear motor, and simplified mechanical designs of any product are also the major factors driving the gear motors market.

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Gear Motor Market Segments Analysis:

Global gear motor market has been segmented based on gear type, product type, rated power, torque, industry, and region.

Global Gear Motor Market, By Gear Type

  • Planetary Gear Motors
  • Helical Gear Motors
  • Helical-Bevel Gear Motors
  • Worm Gear Motors
  • Other Motors

Global Gear Motor Market, By Product Type

  • Gearbox
  • Integrated Gear Motor Unit

Global Gear Motor Market, By Rated Power (kW)

  • Up to 7.5 kW
  • 5 to 75 kW
  • Above 75 kW

Global Gear Motor Market, By Torque (Nm)

  • Up to 10,000 Nm
  • Above 10,000 Nm

Global Gear Motor Market, By Regions

  • North America
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Europe
  • Middle East & Africa
  • South America

Gear Motor Regional Market Analysis:

Region wise, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global gear motors market in 2017. The countries contributing to the largest market share of the region include India, and China, among major Southeast Asian countries. Moreover, India and China are also expected to be the fastest growing countries due to development of existing infrastructure.

Prominent Players Analysis:

Eaton Corporation PLC., Siemens AG, Baldor Electric Company, Sew-Eurodrive GmbH & Co. Kg, Winergy, Watt Drive Antriebstechnik GmbH, Bauer Gear Motor GmbH, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd, Johnson Electric Holdings Limited, Emerson Electric Co, Elecon Engineering Company Ltd, China High Speed Transmission Equipment Group Co. Ltd, Brevini Power Transmission S.P.A., and Bonfiglioli Riduttori S.P.A.

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List of Tables

Table 1 Global Gear Motors Market, By Region, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 2 North America Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 3 Europe Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 4 Asia-Pacific Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 5 Middle East & Africa Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 6 South America Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 7 Global Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 8 North America Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 9 Europe Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 10 South America Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 11 Global Gear Motors Market, By Product Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 12 North America Gear Motors Market, By Product Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

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Digitas names regional creative leaders

Matt Cullen & Gary Tranter

In case you missed it, Digitas reverted to its original name this week, keeping the unicorn but dropping the LBi after 5 years.

Kingsley Taylor, formerly MD of Organic San Francisco, also assumed the same role at the network’s Bay Area office.

Now the shop has promoted Mike Frease to EVP, ECD in Chicago, where he had been SVP, GCD. At the same time, Morgan Carroll’s role has evolved from managing director, ECD to MD and executive creative chair.

The two will lead the creative team in Chicago moving forward.

“Mike has partnered with our clients to create iconic and award-winning campaigns. The results have been extraordinary—our Gold Lions, Pencils, Effies, and Grands Prix are proof of that,” said Carroll, who got promoted in summer of 2016. “More importantly, the work has embodied our commitment to combine creativity, technology, and data in ways that no other agency can.”

Frease had formerly led the agency’s work for Whirlpool, including the Maytag, KitchenAid and Jenn-Air brands. He joined the agency in 2014 after holding top roles at other Chicago shops including Leo Burnett, JWT and FCB.

The client’s “Care Counts” campaign won 38 medals at Cannes last year, and it also scored Adweek’s top honors for creative innovation.

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Japan Creative shines a spotlight on the “different characters” of the country’s regional crafts

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Japan’s unique regional manufacturers are put under the spotlight by Japan Creative, an organisation that has paired them with international designers including Jasper Morrison, Daniel Rybakken and Industrial Facility to create new work.

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British designer Jasper Morrison has expanded on his earlier Palma project for Japan Creative, adding a second tea kettle

The non-profit organisation exhibited for the second time at this year’s Milan design week, presenting new products based on laquerware from Sabae, paper from Shizuoka, cast iron from Mizusawa and Aji inscription stone from Mount Goken.

In previous years, it has instigated projects like Stefan Diez’ Soba furniture, made using unprocessed bamboo from the groves surrounding manufacturer Taketora in Kochi Prefecture.

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Morrison’s homeware is made at cast-iron foundry Oigen, which has been in operation since 1852

The organisation launched in 2012 and works to bring international attention to Japanese craftsmanship, or “monozukuri”, which locally is already highly valued. Each year it picks three of Japan’s many small specialty manufacturers to focus on, and then selects a designer from overseas to complement each of them.

“Each area has a different character, and it affects the manufacturer’s techniques,” said Maho Masuzaki from Japan Creative, explaining the country’s many diverse specialities.

“We focus on whether the manufacturer has some unique material or technique, not only traditional ones. First we select the manufacturer and then we think about which designer to put together with the company.”

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This year Japan Creative also launched kitchen tools by Leon Ransmeier made using Aji stone by manufacturers Shimamoto Sekizai

Many of these manufacturers have been in continuous operation for centuries. Industrial Facility worked with Sekisaka to produce the Store vessels based on the manufacturer’s 300-year-old laquerware techniques, while British designer Jasper Morrison expanded on his earlier Palma project, adding a second tea kettle created at cast-iron foundry Oigen.

The manufacturer has been producing this kind of ironware – named Nambu after the former ruling family in the Iwate prefecture – since 1852.

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Aji stone is known as the “diamond of granites” for its texture and sheen

Also included in this year’s new launches were a sound-absorbing hood made by Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken and the Tokushu Tokai Paper company, and kitchen tools by Leon Ransmeier made using Aji stone by manufacturers Shimamoto Sekizai.

The stone is apparently known as the “diamond of granites” for its texture and sheen, and is usually used in gravestones, but Ransmeier used it in a rolling pin, nutcracker, and mortar and pestle to showcase its potential for “everyday use”.

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Industrial Facility worked with Sekisaka to produce the Store vessels based on the manufacturer’s 300-year-old lacquerware techniques

Industrial Facility’s Sam Hecht likened the country to Italy in the way it has managed to preserve its traditional crafts.

“With companies like Sekisaka, it’s very similar to Italy, where they are family companies that are generally handed down through generations,” he said.

“And the thing about family companies is, you can’t just stop. You can’t just close the door and say ‘oh well I’m going to do something else’ – you keep it going by default. So that’s why they have this ability to be able to adapt and to maintain their quality and their interests.”

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Industrial Facility’s Sam Hecht likened the country to Italy in the way it has managed to preserve its traditional crafts

Outside of Japan Creative, the country’s strong craft tradition is a frequent inspiration for designers. Barber and Osgerby worked with regional paper-lantern makers for their Hotaru lighting, while Nendo made a ceramic speaker in partnership with a potter.

Industrial Facility frequently works in Japan, including with the country’s design megastore Muji, which makes its products locally and recently collaborated with a number of artisans to introduce the handmade Tatazumai collection to its stores.

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This year Japan Creative also brought together Daniel Rybakken and the Tokushu Tokai Paper company to create a sound-dampening hood

“In Japan I feel the idea of craft – and it doesn’t have to be only handmade, it can be something that is produced in significant numbers, but still the process is crafted – people are really into that,” said Hecht. “There are tons of magazines that are exposing that in Japan, and it’s constantly part of the conversation.”

Japan Creative exhibited its projects during Milan design week at Palazzo Litta, where other works on show included bikes created by Punkt in collaboration with leading design schools. Its previous collaborations include works with Claesson Koivisto Rune, Nacho Carbonell and Inga Sempé.

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