APEC will lead the global flexible cable market by 2025
Persistence Market Research recently released 2017-2025 global flexible Cable Market report, by 2025, the Asia-Pacific region will lead the global flexible cable market.
The main demand of flexible cable comes from household electrical wiring. With the increase of population and personal income, the growth of real estate business will stimulate the demand of flexible wiring and boost the demand of flexible cable. At the same time, the growth of the automobile industry and consumer electronic products will further enhance
the demand of flexible wiring market. Because of the structure and design of automobile and consumer electronic products, flexible cables play an important role in connecting various power points and terminals.
Globally, innovations in various product areas compete to make them more efficient and flexible. Given this general situation, it is foreseeable that the flexible cable market will be subject to less restrictions.
Geographically, flexible cable markets are divided into North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific (excluding Japan), Japan, the Middle East and Africa (MEA) seven regions. APEJ is the dominant market for flexible cables. APEJ and other countries such as China, South Korea, India are undergoing huge economic reforms, triggering a variety of projects to implement, industrialize and increase connectivity, for the huge demand for flexible cable space.
In addition, the 21st century APEJ countries have become hubs for industries such as automobiles, consumer electronics and IT products, another major factor in the increase in demand for flexible cables. In addition to the APEJ region, North America is another major flexible cable market, with developed data centers, IT industries, and the automotive industry in North America promoting demand for flexible cables.
Western Europe is another area where demand for flexible cables is growing, because the automotive industry and the development of renewable energy industries in the region promote the need for flexible cables to be in a state of health.
Notably, Japan is ahead of Eastern Europe in the flexible cable market. Japan has been a big country producing all kinds of sophisticated electronic equipment and automobiles. The two industries will boost Japan's steady growth in demand for flexible cables.
In multilateral environmental agreements, the GCC countries are rapidly modernizing and moving away from the oil economy. The GCC project and various implementations of the industry will bring flexible cable requirements.