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Non-Power-Driven Hand Tools

Global demand for non-power-driven hand tools is forecast to expand 4.7% p.a. between 2015 and 2019. Currently, saw blades account for 19.0% of the global demand while the remaining market share is divided between hand-operated wrenches and spanners (11.8%), pincers, pliers and tweezers (8.1%), sets of non-power driven hand tools (7.2%), wrench sockets, ratchet handles, spinners and extensions (5.3%), clamps and vices (4.0%), screwdrivers (3.6%), hammers and sledge hammers (2.5%), shovels and spades (1.9%), hand saws (1.9%), rasps and files (1.6%), rakes, picks, mattocks and hoes (1.5%), bolt croppers, pipe-cutters and perforating punches (1.4%), bill hooks, axes and hewing tools (1.2%), two-handed shears (1.2%), one handed shears and secateurs (1.1%), wire and metal cutting shears (0.8%), tapping, drilling and threading tools (0.8%), gouges, chisels and planes (0.8%), blow lamps (0.4%), forks (0.3%) and other non-power-driven hand tools (23.6%).

China, Germany, India, the United Kingdom and the United States are considered the highest potential markets in the coming years. China, Germany, India, the United Kingdom and the United States represent the largest non-power-driven hand tool markets while the strongest annual growth is forecast to occur in Latvia (10.0%), Bolivia (9.7%), Thailand (9.4%), Azerbaijan (8.9%) and Ethiopia (8.8%).

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