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Explosive Accessories Industry Benchmarks


Savings Achieved

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The average annual savings achieved in Explosive Accessories category is 6.70%

Payment Terms

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The industry average payment terms in Explosive Accessories category for the current quarter is 72.7 days

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Risk Mitigation

Financial Risk

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Geopolitical Risk

Cost Optimization

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Specification Leanness

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    Explosive Accessories Suppliers


    2,051
    Total Suppliers
    55
    Diverse Suppliers
    79
    Normalized Supplier Rating
    Explosive Accessories Supplier

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    Sample Supplier
    Company
    ALCOA CORPORATION
    Location
    Jackson, Mississipi
    Duns number
    3862211

    D&B SER Rating

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    Up to 3 months

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    The Supplier Evaluation Risk (SER) Rating is Dun & Bradstreet’s proprietary scoring system used to assess the probability that a business will seek relief from creditors or cease operations within the next 12 months. SER ratings range from 1 to 9, with 9 indicating the highest risk of failure. We’ve prepared an infographic to help business owners better understand what influences their SER Rating.

    Moody`s ESG Solution
    ESG Profile

    Company and Sector Performance
    59

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    Robust (1)
    ESG Perfomance (/100)
    Environment
    53
    Social
    57
    Governance
    71
    6 Domains Performance (/100)
    Business behaviour
    59
    Human rights
    56
    Community Environment
    67
    Corporate governance
    77
    Human resources
    53
    Security Scorecard
    85

    Threat indicators
    B
    87
    Network Security
    Detecting insecure network settings
    A
    100
    Hacker Chatter
    Monitoring hacker sites for chatter about your company
    D
    66
    DNS Health
    Detecting DNS insecure configuration and vulnerabilities
    B
    81
    Application Security
    Detecting common website application vulnerbilities
    B
    84
    Endpoint Security
    Detecting unprotected enpoints or entry points of user tools, such as desktops, laptops mobile devices, and virtual desktops
    A
    100
    Cubic Score
    Proprietary algorithms checking for implementation of common security best practices
    B
    84
    Patching Cadence
    Out of date company assets which may contain vulnerabilities of risk
    A
    100
    Social Engineering
    Measuring company awareness to a social engineering or phising attack
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    97
    IP Reputation
    Detecting suspecious activity, such as malware or spam, within your company network
    A
    100
    Information Leak
    Potentially confidential company information which may have been inadvertently leaked

    Industry Comparison
    alcoa.com
    Industry average
    Adverse Media Appearances
    Environmental Issues
    1
    Workforce Health Safety Issues
    0
    Product Service Issues
    27
    Human Rights Issues
    0
    Production Supply Chain Issues
    2
    Environmental Non Compliance Flags
    30
    Corruption Issues
    0
    Regulatory Non Compliance Flags
    3
    Fraud Issues
    0
    Labor Health Safety Flags
    29
    Regulatory Issues
    3
    Workforce Disputes
    29
    Sanctions
    0
    esg energy transition
    50
    Discrimination Workforce Rights Issues
    0
    esg controversies critical severity
    Yes

    Explosive Accessories market report transcript


    Explosive Accessories Global Market Outlook:

    Market Overview:

    Global market size: $2.13 Billion (2019)
    Expected to grow at a CAGR of 4–5 percent to $2.45 Billion by 2022

    Market Driver
    • Commodity Prices
    • Demand for Coal and Metals
    • Economic Growth in China, India, and other emerging nations

    Porter's Analysis on Explosive Accessories

    Supplier Power

    • On a global scale, the industrial explosive and accessories market is consolidated with major manufacturers, such as Orica, Dyno Nobel, AEL, etc.
    • The other significantly larger suppliers are regional, and they influence the local pricing
    • Suppliers offer fully integrated supply of explosives, accessories, and services, which offer the best supply security and reliability

    Barriers to New Entrants

    • The barrier to new entrants is medium to high for explosive accessories category
    • While the barrier is high for some explosive accessories, like blast initiation devices, safety fuse, detonating cord, etc., due to the use of explosive agents in the product as well as the integrated nature of accessories, explosives, other accessories, such as connectors, lead wires, ohm-meters, and multi-meters, could have other players. However, the primary players are full service integrated suppliers, which will continue to act as a barrier

    Intensity of Rivalry

    • Intensity of rivalry among major suppliers of explosives and accessories is high, while smaller suppliers find it difficult to compete with the major manufacturers, due to the fully integrated supply and service model that permeates the mining industry

    Threat of Substitutes

    • There are no known substitutes, which can currently replace explosives and accessories in blasting operations performed in mines and quarries
    • End users can select among different types of initiating systems (non-electric, electric, and electronic) based on requirements, cost, and safety standards to be adopted for each application

    Buyer Power

    • The current supply surplus scenario gives the buyer negotiation leverage with explosive and accessories manufacturers, due to reduced commodity demand globally, especially the decline in coal mining
    • While major mining companies have an advantage over junior miners, the buyer power is low, due to consolidated suppliers dominating the market
    • Buyers look to engage with full service providers for supply of explosives, accessories, and services