Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the “Mechanical Locks Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2017-2022" report to their offering
Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/15/2019 -- While evaluating the security characteristics of electronic locks and mechanical locks, the latter seems to hold inferiority owing to designing flaws, large area for surface impact, and lack of provision for security upgrades. A recent study published by Future Market Insights assesses the future prospects of global market for mechanical locks. Key findings from this report reveal that by the end of 2022, around US$ 7,160 million worth of mechanical locks are anticipated to be sold across the globe. The report also forecasts that for the assessment period, 2017-2022, the global mechanical locks market is likely to attain growth at a moderate CAGR of 4.5%.
In the view of emerging technologies in the domain of physical security, the future demand for mechanical locks is less likely to witness steadfast growth. Adoption of smart locks, high-tech guarding systems, and biometric access platforms continues to surge, concurrently lowering the uptake for mechanical locks among consumers. Even as a retail commodity, mechanical locks are exhibiting a decline in terms of capturing the mass consumer appeal which continues to opt for adamantine security products.
Demand for Interconnected Mechanical Locks to Remain Steady
According to the report, interconnected mechanical locks will continue to gain grounds in the global market. Despite the moderate expansion anticipated for the global mechanical locks market, interconnected locks will bring in nearly US$ 1,880 Mn in revenues by the end of 2022. Interconnected mechanical locks will continue to find application in security of buildings, apartments, military housing, and other residential facilities. Moreover, the demands for interconnected locks are also expected to be influenced by their precise lever actions and compatibility to handicapped requirements. Easy installation and construction will also have a governing factor in compelling manufacturers towards increasing production of interconnected locks.
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Competitive Landscape of Mechanical Locks Market
The report has profiled leading companies partaking in the growth of global mechanical locks market. These companies are expected to aim towards bringing cost-effectiveness in manufacturing of mechanical locks by procuring quality raw materials through a robust supply chain. Subjected to intrinsic engineering, manufacturing of mechanical locks will continue to incur qualitative enhancement, wherein apposite application of locksmithing knowledge and metallurgy will play a pivotal. Companies namely, Serrature Meroni Spa, ASSA ABLOY AB (key subsidiary - Mul-T-Locks), Dom Ronis, Allegion Plc, Winkhaus Austria Gmbh, Yale Security Inc., Dormakaba Holdings AG, The Eastern Company, Picard-Serrures, and ECO Schulte GMBH & Co. KG are observed to remain prominent in the competitive landscape of global mechanical locks market during the forecast period.
Additional Highlights from the Report include:
The report also reveals that tubular locks will be a top-selling product in the global mechanical locks market, and will register 5.6% CAGR over the forecast period
On the basis of materials, stainless steel will be viewed as a sought-after, revenues from which are projected to reach US$ 2,430 Mn by 2022-end
Sales of grade level 2 mechanical locks will gain steady traction, creating an incremental opportunity of approx. US$ 600 Mn between 2017 and 2022
In 2017, external facility security will be viewed a lucrative application, revenues from which are expected to procure nearly one-fifth share on global market value
Throughout the forecast period, North America will remain the largest market for mechanical locks
Europe's mechanical locks market is pegged to witness an absolute dollar opportunity of more than quarter of billion dollars between 2017 and 2022
In 2017, sales of mechanical locks recorded in the Asia-Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) region are expected to contribute significantly to global revenues
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