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[December 20, 2012]

Global Solar Ingot and Wafer Manufacturers Market Survey

NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Solar Ingot and Wafer Manufacturers Market Survey http://www.reportlinker.com/p01054679/Global-Solar-Ingot-and-Wafer-Manufacturers-Market-Survey.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Building_Material ENF Global Ingot and Wafer Manufacturers Continuous Report is a reliable information tracking source. We have collected data on the capacity, production, equipment and raw materials of each company to help you understand your customers or suppliers.

Continually updated key-contact details allow equipment and material suppliers to get directly through to the key managers they seek, saving a lot of time in finding their potential customers and expanding their business.

Continuous updates on capacity and production forecasts provide detailed plans of your customers, allowing you to quickly spot their expansion plans and new purchasing needs.

Continuous updates of equipment and material brands in use show the market share of various suppliers. By knowing the brands in current use by a potential customer, you can show these customers your specific advantages over their existing suppliers - and can also use the data to track your market share over time.

The advantage of an ENF report over competing market research reports is that ENF reports cover every market player, instead of simply collecting samples of some big companies. All this production information is verified by face to face visits or telephone interviews with CEOs, sales managers and purchasing managers. In addition we double check our information by performing comprehensive cross checks with third party sources, such as equipment manufacturers and material suppliers.

The data is provided in Excel format, showing in three ways: alphabetical order, ranking by production and individual profiles covering all information about each company.

Key Features of this ENF report: Rigorous Data Collection- Over 35,000 pieces of individual data have been collected.- 12 monthly updates will be provided going forward.

Improved Clarity Excel database is viewable as: "Alphabetical order" + "Ranking by production" + "Individual profile".

Complete Coverage- Nearly every ingot and wafer company in the world has been contacted and profiled.

Through subscribing to this continuously updated data you can expand your business through leveraging the detailed manufacturer profiles, keep an eye on your position within the market, and make insightful decisions accordingly to improve your market share.

The information we are delivering can be used by: Marketing and strategy managers that require clear information regarding the market Sales people from equipment manufacturers as well as material, ingot and wafer manufacturers.

Customers looking to source ingots or wafers directly from suppliers.

Ingot & Wafer manufacturers who want to use the data to influence better decision making.

We are ready to provide: 12 Monthly Excel database updates.

Fresh key-contact details.

Latest changes to estimated capacity/production forecasts.

Equipment/material data regularly updated to include latest suppliers.

New startup companies quickly profiled.

Ingot manufacturers About 220 ingot manufacturers included in the survey (updating along with the solar market) A 76.7% coverage of key contact info for ingot manufacturers ENF keeps collecting and updating ingot manufacturers' production and capacity data throughout the year ENF keeps collecting and updating ingot manufacturers' equipment data throughout the year ENF keeps collecting and updating ingot manufacturers' materials data throughout the year Wafer manufacturers About 210 wafer manufacturers included in the survey (updating along with the solar market) A 76.6% coverage of key contact info for wafer manufacturers ENF keeps collecting and updating wafer manufacturers' production and capacity data throughout the year ENF keeps collecting and updating wafer manufacturers' equipment data throughout the year ENF keeps collecting and updating wafer manufacturers' materials data throughout the year Detailed Information Collected, Analysed and Presented in an Excel File Company basic info Company vertical integration information Chinese name English name Phone number Fax number Email contact Website Factory address Ingot or wafer production Ingot and wafer technology Company dataCapacity: Data spanning the years 2004 to 2013Production: Data spanning the years 2004 to 2013Ingot production equipment brand, model and numbers: Details of production equipment used for growing, cropping, testing and other processes.Wafer production equipment brand, model and numbers: Details of production equipment used for cutting, slicing, cleaning, testing and other processes.Ingot production materials brand and proportion: Polysilicon , quartz crucible(mono/poly).Wafer production materials brand and proportion: Saw wire, Silicon carbide and cutting liquid.Company key contacts: Contact details and languages spoken for: CEO, Purchasing director, Sales director, and Plant manager.Background information on each company (when they were founded, when they started producing ingots/wafers etc.Miscellaneous extra information on each company obtained from telephone interviews.Individual Profiles Company information Company background information Vertical integration chart showing areas of the PV industry the company operates in.

Company founding time and producing time.

Company key contact details and languages spoken (CEO, Purchasing director, Sales director and Plant manager).

Ingot manufacturersIngot capacity (2004 to 2013) and the proportion of mono and poly.Ingot production (2004 to 2013) and the proportion of mono and poly.Production equipment details. Brand, model and number of pieces (growing furnaces, cropping machine, testers/sorters)Production raw material details. Brand and proportion (polysilicon and quartz crucible(mono/poly)) Wafer manufacturers Wafer capacity (2004 to 2013) Wafer production (2004 to 2013), including the proportion of different types(e.g. Mono 125mm*125mm and poly 156mm*156mm) Production equipment details. Brand, model and number of pieces (cutting machine, slicing machine, cleaning machine and testers etc.) Production raw material details. Brand and proportion (saw wire, silicon carbide and cutting liquid) Analysis Report To order this report:Building_Material Industry: Global Solar Ingot and Wafer Manufacturers Market Survey ContactNicolas BombourgReportlinkerEmail: nicolasbombourg@reportlinker.comUS: (805)652-2626Intl: +1 805-652-2626 SOURCE Reportlinker

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