If your company is looking to save time and money during the initial stages of the buying process, IBISWorld’s Metal Boring Machines procurement research will provide you with the tools necessary to do just that. This report breaks down the data and analysis behind buying Metal Boring Machines, such as pricing dynamics, supply chain risks and external demand drivers. Your company will also gain expert negotiation tactics to help gain leverage when working with suppliers.
doneBenchmark Price
doneRFP/RFQ/Negotiation Questions
done3 Year Price Forecast
doneSupply Chain Analysis
doneSupplier Intelligence
doneSample Buyer Decision Scorecard

Metal Boring Machines - Recent Price Trend

Metal boring machine prices have been rising at an estimated annualized rate of 2.2% in the three years to 2017, supported by strengthening demand. Although rising prices have detracted from buyer negotiation leverage, the price of boring machines has fluctuated minimally during the period, providing some relief to buyers by enabling accurate budgeting.The price of steel is a key pricing factor...


Metal Boring Machines - Total Cost of Ownership

Buyers have a low total cost of ownership (TCO), which means that additional costs total less than 50.0% of a machine’s price. This low TCO mainly stems from the relatively high resale value of used machines. Parts of metal boring machines can be reused even if the machine as a whole is inoperable.Maintenance and repair costs drive up the TCO, albeit moderately. As parts become worn through...


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About this Report

This report is intended to assist buyers of metal boring machines. Metal boring and broaching are processes used to remove material, during which a cast or drilled hole is enlarged. Specifically, metal boring involves enlarging a hole to achieve greater diameter accuracy and correct defects. Broaching is a metal removal process that uses a toothed cutting tool, often required to make unique parts. Both processes are used when precision machining is required. Types of metal boring machines include horizontal boring machines, jig boring machines, metal broaching machines, internal broaching machines, surface broaching machines and vertical boring machines. This report does not cover metal drilling machines.

Table of Contents

At a Glance

Executive Summary

Price Environment
 Price Fundamentals
  Benchmark Price
  Pricing Model
 Price Drivers
 Input Cost Drivers
 External Demand Drivers
 Recent Price Trend
 Price Forecast

Product Characteristics
 Product Life Cycle
 Total Cost of Ownership
 Product Specialization
 Related Goods
 Subsitute Goods
 Quality Control
Supply Chain & Vendors
 Supply Chain Dynamics
  Supply Chain Risk
  Geographic Locations
 Competitive Environment
  Market Share Concentration
  Vendor Company Types
 Market Profitability
 Switching Cost

Purchasing Process
 Buying Basics
 Buying Lead Time
  Selection Process
  Buying-Decision Scorecard
 Key RFP Elements

Negotiation Questions

Buyer Power Score Components

Jargon & Glossary

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