New global analysis of residential water treatment market

Dec. 8, 2014

OCEAN GROVE, N.J. — Order and pay for the new global report by Dec. 14 to receive an early bird discount.

OCEAN GROVE, N.J. — Baytel Associates announced the release of a new 285-page analysis of the residential (in-home) water treatment market in 33 countries, with regional and global totals covering the rest, according to a press release.

The format of the global report allows for fast and easy comparisons between countries, stated the release.

The release reported that in addition to the country analyses, 50 significant participants are profiled in detail, another 50 participants are covered in brief “capsules,” a quantitative model of the global market is offered, “Issues & Drivers” of the industry are discussed, 10-year market projections are explored by country and more.

The report is of interest to those involved in market expansion, market research, new product development, strategic planning and competitive intelligence, as well as to those charged with increasing distribution, building brands and growing exports, continued the release.

Baytel’s new report will also be “invaluable” to manufacturers of household water purifiers and home water filters, firms providing technology and the components enabling these projects, bottled water companies and firms making water dispensers, faucets and safe storage containers for purified water.

Baytel is offering an early bird discount to those who order and pay for the report by Dec. 14.

The new report from Baytel will be released on January 5, 2015.

Substantial forces shaping the individual markets per country are quantified in Baytel’s radar graphs. Click here for a sample radar graph.

You can download the prospectus of the report here.

Read the entire release here.

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