Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Fire and Smoke Alarm Manufacturing industry, which is small and highly concentrated, is tightly connected to the downstream construction market, as most fire alarms and detectors are installed during the final stages of building construction. Improving demand from construction has allowed for steady revenue gains over the past five years. As the domestic construction segment continues to grow over the five years to 2021, demand for industry products will steadily increase, causing industry revenue to grow in tandem.
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Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
The Fire and Smoke Alarm Manufacturing industry is characterized by a low level of capital intensity. For every dollar spent on labor, the typical operator dedicates $0.11 to capital equipment purchases. Labor in this industry is required for hands-on manufacturing processes, such as welding and soldering electrical components, and for design, engineering, development and marketing activities. Capital expenditures include the purchase and maintenance of machinery used to assemble components, equipment for quality assurance purposes and general purpose computer hardware and software. IBISWorld expects capital intensity in this industry to remain low to moderate over the five years to 2021... purchase to read more