New study from Integer Research forecasts Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) parc to almost triple between 2017-2023

Niels Tholen - 5 September 2013

Integer Research forecasts the European and North American markets to dominate sales of SCR-equipped off highway equipment globally, accounting for more than two thirds of the machine parc using SCR after-treatment by 2023.

Depending on the timing of Tier 4-equivalent legislation, China has the potential to rival both markets by 2023 and sales of NRMM with advanced exhaust after-treatment could surpass Europe and North America by 2023. Integer's base-case scenario shows the global SCR-equipped NRMM parc growing rapidly over the period 2017-2023, from 1 million SCR vehicles globally to 5 million by 2023. Its upside scenario forecasts explosive growth between 2017-2023 which sees the SCR parc expand seven-fold over this period as a result of Tier 4 Final / Stage IV phase-in and end of flexibility schemes. 2017 would see a global SCR vehicle parc of 1 million growing towards 7 million by 2023.

This growth estimate is according to Integer's new  Emissions Control in Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Markets: 2013 Edition which forecasts non-road vehicle sales, parc figures, after-treatment options and sales forecasts, AUS32 market forecasts while providing an up-to-date overview of global legislation. This is the only report to provide in-depth coverage of the market, past, current and future, discussing trends, future developments and providing forecasts for the NRMM market.

Tim Cheyne, Director at Integer Research said: "Off-highway equipment manufacturers are addressing Tier 4 and Stage 4 requirements in a much more diverse way than we have seen in any other diesel emissions control markets. This creates opportunities for the most flexible and responsive component suppliers."

Integer Research operates discoverDEF.com

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