Hydraulic Fluid Connectors Market – North America Industry Analysis by 2024

North America Hydraulic Fluid Connectors Market: Snapshot

The North America market for hydraulic fluid connectors has been witnessing substantial growth over the last few years, thanks to the steady rise in the region’s civil aviation industry. The increasing passenger count for the international and the domestic commute, thanks to the upswing in tourism and business activities, is creating high requirements for new aircraft, which in turn, is influencing the demand for hydraulic fluid connectors in North America. With the U.S. possessing the most powerful air force in the world, the application hydraulic fluid connectors in military aviation is also high in this region.

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Hitherto, the presence of some of the leading aircraft manufacturers in North America, such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Bell Aircraft Corp., has been creating lucrative opportunities for the vendors hydraulic fluid connectors in this region and is anticipated to remain doing so over the forthcoming years. However, the stringent government regulations and standards set by the aviation industry may limit the usage of these connectors in the North America aerospace industry to some extent in the years to come. The market, which was worth US$535.9 mn in 2015, is expected to expand at a CAGR of 7.10% between 2016 and 2024 and reach a value of US$987.6 mn by the end of 2024.

Demand for Mobile Hydraulics to Remain High

Mobile hydraulics and stationary hydraulics are the two main products available in the North America market for hydraulic fluid connectors. Mobile hydraulics, among the two, have emerged as the most valued product in this market and is expected to continue to be in this position over the next few years, thanks to the rise in the demand for new and bigger aircraft, along with the subsequent increase in the ground support vehicles.

The mobile hydraulics segment consists of all the equipment, devices, and crafts that are movable, such as aircraft, container carriers, luggage handling vehicles, and tugs. Airport material handling equipment, such as container loaders, and ground support equipment, such as fueling vehicles, de-icing machines, mobile lifts, loaders, and various other movable machines are also included in mobile hydraulics. On the other hand, the stationary hydraulic product segment includes jet-bridge, hangar equipment, and maintenance equipment only.

U.S. to Retain Dominance throughout Forecast Period

The U.S. and Canada are the prime domestic markets for hydraulic fluid connectors in North America. With more than 85%, the U.S. led the North America market for hydraulic fluid connectors in 2015. Researchers expect the domestic market to retain its position over the forthcoming years, thanks to the strong economic growth, the presence of a robust aviation industry, and the high disposable income of consumers in this country. The crunching airfare prices are attracting a large number of passengers to travel via air for domestic trips, which is also expected to propel the civil aviation industry, thereby stimulating the U.S. hydraulic fluid connectors market in the near future.

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The North America market for hydraulic fluid connectors is largely consolidated and is dominated by Parker Hannifin Corp. and Eaton Corp. Plc. Other prominent vendors of hydraulic fluid connectors in North America are Kurt Hydraulics, RYCO Hydraulics Pty. Ltd., Manuli Hydraulics, Gates Corp., ALFAGOMMA S.P.A, B&E Manufacturing Co. Inc., Aerocom Specialty Fittings Inc., Atlas Specialty Products, Faber Enterprises, and Titeflex.