North American Project Spending Index Shows First Year-Over-Year Gain in 12 Months

Overall project spending has been roiled by the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors. As of Thursday, Industrial Info was tracking $267…

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Industrial Info

Fri Feb 26 2021

North American Industrial Manufacturing Outlook: Fairly Robust 2020 Spending to Increase in 2021-22

Project spending by the Industrial Manufacturing Industry took a dip in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but remained relatively robust and is only expected…

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Industrial Info

Thu Jan 28 2021

Outlook Forecasts Project Spending Increase in 2018 for North American Pharma, Biotech

Spending on pharmaceutical and biotech projects in North America will rise 1.4% this year from 2017, according to Industrial Info's 2018 Global Industrial Outlook.…

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Industrial Info

Wed Feb 14 2018

Global Metals & Minerals Planned Project Spending at $1.68 Trillion

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The total pipeline of planned capital and maintenance project activity within the Metals & Minerals Industry being…

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Industrial Info

Tue Feb 13 2018

Industrial Info to Present Webinar on Global Power Project Spending

SUGAR LAND--Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) is pleased to be presenting a complimentary online webinar focusing on the outlook for global Power project spending…

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Industrial Info

Tue Nov 21 2017

North American Project Spending Index Shows First Year-Over-Year Gain in 12 Months

Overall project spending has been roiled by the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors. As of Thursday, Industrial Info was tracking $267 billion worth of project activity that has been affected by the coronavirus in North America, ranging from delays to cancellations. For January, the spending index totaled $704.15 billion, up 2.7% from $685.61 »

North American Industrial Manufacturing Outlook: Fairly Robust 2020 Spending to Increase in 2021-22

Project spending by the Industrial Manufacturing Industry took a dip in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but remained relatively robust and is only expected to increase in the next two years, according to David Pickering, Industrial Info's vice of president of research for the industry. About $25 billion of spending was delayed in early 2020 as coronavirus hit North »

Outlook Forecasts Project Spending Increase in 2018 for North American Pharma, Biotech

Spending on pharmaceutical and biotech projects in North America will rise 1.4% this year from 2017, according to Industrial Info's 2018 Global Industrial Outlook. Annette Kreuger, Industrial Info's vice president of research for the Pharmaceutical-Biotech Industry, said, "An impact from favorable new tax laws is expected to boost capex investment, as more cash is readily available. New products »

Global Metals & Minerals Planned Project Spending at $1.68 Trillion

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The total pipeline of planned capital and maintenance project activity within the Metals & Minerals Industry being tracked by Industrial Info Resources stands at more than 15,900 projects valued at $1.68 trillion, according to the latest data presented at a recent outlook webinar conducted by Joe Govreau, vice president of »

Industrial Info to Present Webinar on Global Power Project Spending

SUGAR LAND--Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) is pleased to be presenting a complimentary online webinar focusing on the outlook for global Power project spending in 2018. The webinar will be held November 29 at 9 a.m. CST (10 a.m. EST). Globally, the Power Industry continues to make major transformations, especially as development of renewables take the place »