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Walk-In Refrigerators Procurement Research Report | Published: Nov 2013

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Walk-In Refrigerators: Procurement Research Report Highlights

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3-year Price Forecast Supply Chain Analysis
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The Walk-In Refrigerators procurement report contains data and analysis of current and future trends when buying goods and services. IBISWorld’s in-depth procurement research is always presented in a logical and consistent format for easy reference throughout a company. The Walk-In Refrigerators Procurement Research Report contains growth forecasts for a three-year outlook period and supplier profit benchmarks so your company can make the right purchasing decision.

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Walk-In Refrigerators - Recent Price Trend

In the three years to 2013, walk-in refrigerator prices are expected to have grown at an average annual rate of 2.4%.  An increase in business sentiment, the population and the value of private nonresidential construction helped boost prices during this period. Because many construction projects are for the food services, processing and warehousing industries, private nonresidential... purchase to read more

Walk-In Refrigerators - Total Cost of Ownership

Walk-in refrigerators have a moderate total cost of ownership. The most significant cost associated with operating a walk-in refrigerator is the cost of energy. Walk-in refrigerators, due to the nature and size of the product, consume a large amount of electricity. According to walk-in refrigerator supplier US Cooler, the average cost per month of operating a 10-by-12-foot walk-in refrigerator is... purchase to read more

 


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This report is intended to assist buyers of walk-in refrigerators. These refrigerators may be used indoors or outdoors and are large enough for a person to walk into. These units are designed to easily store a greater number of products in a more organized manner than residential refrigerators. Walk-in refrigerators have powerful cooling systems, which rarely allow the internal temperature to fluctuate. This does not include the refrigeration unit used in walk-in refrigerator production as a standalone product, used walk-in refrigerators, combined refrigerator freezers, liquid nitrogen refrigerators, blast chillers or refrigerated tanks.



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