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  • What are the key trends in Batteries category?
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  • What are the major challenges and risks in Batteries industry?
  • How is Batteries industry performing?

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Report Coverage

  • Global Market Outlook
  • Pricing Trends
  • Cost and Pricing Analysis
  • Procurement Best Practices

Table of Contents

  1. Batteries - Executive Summary
  2. Executive Summary
  1. Market Analysis
  2. Market Maturity
  3. Market Size and Trend
  4. Drivers and Constraints, Regional Market Outlook
  5. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Emerging Technologies
  1. Batteries - COVID 19 Impact
  2. COVID 19 Impact
  1. Cost and Pricing Analysis
  2. Cost Structure Analysis
  3. Price Driver Analysis – Electricity, Labor
  1. Procurement Best Practices
  2. Supply Chain
  1. Negotiation Levers
  2. Typical Contract Model
  3. Typical Contract and Payment Terms

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Batteries Global Market Outlook:

Market Growth: Global market size: $38.6 billion (2020) Expected to grow at a CAGR of 6-6.5 percent to $49.6 billion by 2023

Major Market Drivers: Increasing adoption of Li-Ion batteries in Consumer Electronics due to its high energy and power density thus ensuring smooth running of devices for long hours

Porter's Analysis on Batteries

Supplier Power

  • The industry is moderately fragmented with the bigger players like LG Chem, Panasonic, Samsung SDI commanding a major chunk of the market. However, there is  a presence of local suppliers as well
  • The overall supplier power is moderate and with the adverse impact of the Covid-19 situation leading to supply shortages, it is expected to remain that way in the foreseeable future

Barriers to New Entrants

  • It is imperative for manufacturers to have a highly skilled R&D team and R&D investments
  • Consequently it is difficult for new manufacturing firms to enter the market due to the presence of well established manufacturers already entrenched in the market and the high costs of R&D investments and patent technologies involved

Intensity of Rivalry

  • Top global and regional manufacturers have similar product portfolios leading to enhanced competition. Increasing demand of Li-Ion Batteries coupled with declining prices has also led to increase in competition within the industry

Threat of Substitutes

  • Threat of substitutes will be quite high with researchers trying to analyse and come up with various alternatives like Sodium-ion, Nickel- zinc, Proton, Aluminium-ion, Graphite dual-ion batteries, etc as they seek to produce batteries which can be cheaper, easy to produce and also hold as much energy as Li-ion batteries

Buyer Power

  • For customized batteries, buyers provide their requirements to the suppliers in terms of energy density, size etc. Hence, buyers enjoy considerably greater bargaining power

  • With the adverse effects of the Covid-19 situation, the bargaining power of buyers is expected to increase with manufacturers struggling to meet capacity demands

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