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Canada Welding Equipment Market Overview, 2028


Welding is a manufacturing or assembly process that is used to join materials such as metals and thermoplastics. Metals and thermoplastics are joined together by fusion of intersecting materials. W... もっと見る

 

 

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Summary

Welding is a manufacturing or assembly process that is used to join materials such as metals and thermoplastics. Metals and thermoplastics are joined together by fusion of intersecting materials. Welding is a constantly evolving technology. The most commonly used welding processes in Canada are shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and flux-cored arc welding (FCAW). Furthermore, welding equipment and consumables are subject to strict safety regulations in Canada, including requirements for proper ventilation, eye and face protection, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE). Furthermore, the Canadian welding industry is also working to promote diversity and inclusion with initiatives such as the Women of Steel programme, which supports women in the welding trade. In addition, Canada's cold climate can pose challenges for welding, particularly when it comes to working outdoors or in unheated spaces. Welders must take precautions to ensure that their equipment and materials remain at the proper temperature to prevent defects and ensure quality.

According to the research report "Canada Welding Equipment and Consumables Market Overview, 2028," published by Bonafide Research, the Canada Welding Equipment and Consumables market is projected to reach market size around USD 735 Million by 2028. Canada's construction industry is experiencing strong growth, particularly in the residential and non-residential sectors. Welding is an essential part of many construction projects, from building bridges and skyscrapers to installing HVAC systems and pipelines. Furthermore, Canadian manufacturers are increasingly turning to automation and robotics to improve efficiency and reduce costs. This trend is driving demand for welding equipment and consumables that can be used in conjunction with these technologies. Moreover, the welding industry is constantly evolving, with new technologies and techniques being developed to improve the quality and efficiency of welding operations. This is driving demand for advanced welding equipment and consumables that can support these new methods. In addition, the Canadian welding industry places a strong emphasis on safety and environmental responsibility. This is driving demand for welding equipment and consumables that can help minimise hazards, reduce emissions, and improve workplace safety.

Based on product type, the market is divided into two sections: welding equipment and welding consumables. The welding equipment segment will hold a dominant position in this market in terms of market share during the forecast period, owing to the rising trend of automated machines used in various industries such as automotive and construction to join thermoplastics, metals, and others. The welding consumables segment has the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The high demand for customised solutions for joining dissimilar and non-metallic materials, as well as the rise in steel consumption, are all factors. Furthermore, this industry is now emphasising the use of simple and cost-effective solutions to protect the work piece from the outside environment. Consumables are gaining traction in this scenario because the raw materials used to manufacture them include copper, rutile, and aluminium, all of which have high tensile strength and antioxidant properties. Based on by Technology, the market is divided into Arc weldings and oxy-fuel welding . Arc welding is expected to gain prominence in the coming years due to the increasing adoption of fusion processes and the use of high-strength low-alloy (HSLA) across various industries because it is a flexible and cost-effective process. Oxy-fuel welding technology has the highest CAGR from 2023 to 2028. Its growing use in industrial manufacturing applications The welding equipment and products used in this technology are highly cost-efficient, which promotes their implementation in welding fillet, butt, and lap joints with object thicknesses up to 5mm. Based on end users, the automotive segment will hold a dominant position in this market in terms of market share during the forecast period as the automotive industry is focusing on reducing the weight of vehicles by replacing metal parts with plastic, which requires high precision.
According to consumable, the market is divided into Stick electrodes, Solid Wires, Flux-cored wires, SAW wires and Fluxes, and Others (gases, rods, etc.). Among them, In 2022, the stick electrodes product segment held the most market share. Stick electrodes are becoming increasingly popular for welding a diverse range of components due to their ability to increase welding strength as well as their high corrosion resistance and tensile strength. During the forecast period, flux-cored wires have the highest CAGR. Flux-cored wires have greater deposition rates than other welding consumables, making them ideal for high-speed welding applications. This makes them popular in industries where productivity and efficiency are critical, such as automotive, construction, and shipbuilding. Based on equipment, electrodes and filler metal equipment have the largest market share. Electrodes and filler metal equipment are widely used in various industries, including automotive, construction, shipbuilding, and aerospace. They are essential for welding and joining different materials such as steel, aluminium, and stainless steel. The oxy-fuel welding industry has the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Oxy-fuel welding equipment is lightweight and portable, which makes it ideal for use in remote locations where electricity is not available. However, oxy-fuel welding produces a high heat input, which allows for quick welding and efficient fusion of the workpieces. This makes it suitable for welding thicker materials.

The main organisations in the welding industry in Canada are the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB). The CWB is a non-profit organization that provides certification, training, and inspection services to the welding industry in Canada. The CWB was established in 1947 and has since become a trusted authority on welding standards and practices in Canada. The organisations have a membership of over 1,400 companies and organisations, including welding contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers of welding equipment and consumables. Furthermore, the CWB is responsible for certifying welders, welding inspectors, and welding procedures to ensure that they meet the highest standards of quality and safety. The organisations also provide training and education programmes to help welders and other professionals stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry. In addition to its certification and training services, the CWB also offers research and development programmes to support innovation and new technology in the welding industry. The organisation collaborates with universities, government agencies, and other industry partners to advance the science of welding and improve its effectiveness and efficiency.

The government of Canada provides funding and support for skills and trades certification programmes, which help individuals develop the skills and knowledge needed to work in the welding industry. These programmes are available through colleges, universities, and other training organisations. Furthermore, the government of Canada promotes international trade and investment in the welding industry by providing funding and support for companies that wish to expand their operations globally. This includes initiatives to promote trade missions, foreign investment, and international partnerships. Moreover, the government of Canada supports the development of sustainable practises in the welding industry, with a focus on reducing waste, emissions, and other environmental impacts. This includes initiatives to promote the use of eco-friendly materials, energy-efficient technologies, and other environmentally responsible practises. The Canadian welding industry employs over 200,000 people across a range of occupations, including welders, welding technicians, and welding engineers. These workers are employed in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, construction, and transportation. Furthermore, the Canadian welding industry contributes over $5 billion to the Canadian economy each year through the sale of welding equipment and consumables, as well as the provision of welding services. This economic activity supports jobs and generates tax revenue for governments at all levels. Moreover, the Canadian welding industry places a strong emphasis on training and education, with a range of programmes and initiatives aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of welding professionals. This training helps ensure that the industry is able to meet the needs of its customers and adapt to changing market conditions. Some other manufacturers are Air Liquide Canada, Praxair Canada, Miller Electric Manufacturing Company, Victor Technologies Canada, Inc., BOC Canada, Canadian Tool and Supply, Harris Canada Systems, Inc., and many more.

One of the biggest restraints facing the welding industry in Canada is a shortage of skilled welding professionals. This can make it difficult for businesses to meet the demand for welding services, resulting in higher labour costs and longer project timelines. Furthermore, while the Canadian welding equipment and consumables market has a number of key players, it also faces international competition. This can make it difficult for Canadian firms to compete on price and enter new markets. Furthermore, welding equipment and consumables are becoming more complex and sophisticated, making it difficult for businesses to keep up with the latest technological advances. This can result in a skills gap and stifle industry innovation.

Start-ups:
• Welding Automation is a start-up based in Ontario that specializes in the design and production of welding automation systems. The company's products include robotic welding systems, welding positioners, and custom welding fixtures.
• Formi 3DP is a start-up based in Quebec that is focused on developing 3D printing technologies for the welding industry. The company's products include metal powders for 3D printing and custom 3D-printed welding components.
• Avenston Technologies is a start-up based in British Columbia that is focused on developing advanced welding technologies. The company's products include high-powered laser welding systems and advanced welding sensors for monitoring welding processes.
• Weldnology is a start-up based in Alberta that is focused on developing welding consumables that are environmentally friendly and sustainable. The company's products include welding electrodes made from recycled materials and bio-based welding fluxes.
• Bionic Engineering is a start-up based in Ontario that is focused on developing advanced welding equipment for the aerospace industry. The company's products include high-precision welding systems for the production of aircraft parts.

Considered in this report
• Geography: Canada
• Historic year: 2017
• Base year: 2022
• Estimated year: 2023
• Forecast year: 2028

Aspects covered in this report
• Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables market with its value and forecast along with its segments
• Various drivers and challenges
• On-going trends and developments
• Top profiled companies
• Strategic recommendation

By Type:
• Welding Equipments
• Welding Consumables

By Equipment:
• Electrodes & Filler Metal Equipment
• Oxy-fuel Gas Equipment
• Other Equipment

By Consumable:
• Stick electrodes
• Solid wires
• Flux-cored wires
• SAW wires and Fluxes
• Others (gases, rods, etc.)

By Technology:
• Arc Welding
• Oxy-fuel Welding
• Others (Resistance welding, Laser beam welding, plasma arc welding, electron beam welding)

By end- Users:
• Automotive
• Fabrication
• Building & Construction
• Marine
• Power
• Oil & Gas
• Others (Shipbuilding, Maintenance & Repair, Offshore, Pipe Mill, Pipeline, Aerospace, etc.)

The approach of the report:
This report consists of a combined approach of primary and secondary research. Initially, secondary research was used to get an understanding of the market and list out the companies that are present in it. The secondary research consists of third-party sources such as press releases, annual reports of companies, government-generated reports, and databases. After gathering the data from secondary sources, primary research was conducted by making telephone interviews with the leading players about how the market is functioning and then conducting trade calls with dealers and distributors of the market. Post this; we have started doing primary calls to consumers by equally segmenting them in regional aspects, tier aspects, age group, and gender. Once we have primary data with us, we can start verifying the details obtained from secondary sources.

Intended audience
This report can be useful to industry consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, associations and organizations related to the 3D printing industry, government bodies, and other stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies. In addition to marketing and presentations, it will also increase competitive knowledge about the industry.










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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Market Structure
2.1. Market Considerate
2.2. Assumptions
2.3. Limitations
2.4. Abbreviations
2.5. Sources
2.6. Definitions
2.7. Geography
3. Research Methodology
3.1. Secondary Research
3.2. Primary Data Collection
3.3. Market Formation & Validation
3.4. Report Writing, Quality Check & Delivery
4. Canada Macro Economic Indicators
5. Market Dynamics
5.1. Key Findings
5.2. Key Developments - 2021
5.3. Market Drivers & Opportunities
5.4. Market Restraints & Challenges
5.5. Market Trends
5.6. Covid-19 Effect
5.7. Supply chain Analysis
5.8. Policy & Regulatory Framework
5.9. Industry Experts Views
6. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Overview
6.1. Market Size By Value
6.2. Market Size and Forecast By Type
6.3. Market Size and Forecast By Equipment
6.4. Market Size and Forecast By Consumable
6.5. Market Size and Forecast By Technology
6.6. Market Size and Forecast By End-User
7. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Segmentations
7.1. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market, By Type
7.1.1. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Welding Equipments , 2017-2028
7.1.2. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Welding Consumables, 2017-2028
7.2. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market, By Equipment
7.2.1. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Electrodes & Filler Metal Equipment, 2017-2028
7.2.2. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Oxy-fuel Gas Equipment, 2017-2028
7.2.3. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Other Equipment, 2017-2028
7.3. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market, By Consumable
7.3.1. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Stick electrodes, 2017-2028
7.3.2. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Solid wires, 2017-2028
7.3.3. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Flux-cored wires, 2017-2028
7.3.4. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By SAW wires and Fluxes, 2017-2028
7.3.5. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Others (gases, rods, etc.), 2017-2028
7.4. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market, By Technology
7.4.1. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Arc Welding, 2017-2028
7.4.2. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Oxy-fuel Welding, 2017-2028
7.4.3. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Others (Resistance welding, Laser beam welding, plasma arc welding, electron beam welding), 2017-2028
7.5. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market, By End-User
7.5.1. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Automotive, 2017-2028
7.5.2. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Fabrication, 2017-2028
7.5.3. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Building & Construction, 2017-2028
7.5.4. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Marine, 2017-2028
7.5.5. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Power, 2017-2028
7.5.6. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Oil & Gas, 2017-2028
7.5.7. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size, By Others (Shipbuilding, Maintenance & Repair, Offshore, Pipe Mill, Pipeline, Aerospace, etc.), 2017-2028
8. Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Opportunity Assessment
8.1. By Type, 2023 to 2028
8.2. By Equipment, 2023 to 2028
8.3. By Consumable, 2023 to 2028
8.4. By Technology, 2023 to 2028
8.5. By End-User, 2023 to 2028
9. Competitive Landscape
9.1. Porter's Five Forces
9.2. Company Profile
9.2.1. Company 1
9.2.2. Company 2
9.2.3. Company 3
9.2.4. Company 4
9.2.5. Company 5
9.2.6. Company 6
9.2.7. Company 7
9.2.8. Company 8
10. Strategic Recommendations
11. Disclaimer

List of Figures
Figure 1: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size By Value (2017, 2022 & 2028) (in USD Billion)
Figure 2: Market Attractiveness Index, By Type
Figure 3: Market Attractiveness Index, By Equipment
Figure 4: Market Attractiveness Index, By Consumable
Figure 5: Market Attractiveness Index, By Technology
Figure 6: Market Attractiveness Index, By End-User
Figure 7: Porter's Five Forces of Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market

List of Table
Table 1: Influencing Factors for Global Welding Equipment & Consumables Market, 2022
Table 2: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size and Forecast By Type (2017, 2022 & 2028)
Table 3: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size and Forecast By Equipment (2017, 2022 & 2028)
Table 4: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size and Forecast By Consumable (2017, 2022 & 2028)
Table 5: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size and Forecast By Technology (2017, 2022 & 2028)
Table 6: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size and Forecast By End-User (2017, 2022 & 2028)
Table 7: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Welding Equipments (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 8: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Welding Consumables (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 9: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Electrodes & Filler Metal Equipment (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 10: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Oxy-fuel Gas Equipment (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 11: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Other Equipment (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 12: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Stick electrodes (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 13: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Solid wires (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 14: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Flux-cored wires (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 15: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of SAW wires and Fluxes (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 16: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Others (gases, rods, etc.) (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 17: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Arc Welding (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 18: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Oxy-fuel Welding (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 19: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Others (Resistance welding, Laser beam welding, plasma arc welding, electron beam welding) (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 20: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Automotive (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 21: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Fabrication (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 22: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Building & Construction (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 23: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Marine (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 24: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Power (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 25: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Oil & Gas (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion
Table 26: Canada Welding Equipment & Consumables Market Size of Others (Shipbuilding, Maintenance & Repair, Offshore, Pipe Mill, Pipeline, Aerospace, etc.) (2017 to 2028) in USD Billion

 

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