Global Metal Forming for Automotive Market 2020-2025 –

26-Aug-2020 Intellasia | BusinessWire | 11:28 PM Print This Post

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Metal Forming Market for Automotive by Technique (Roll, Stretch, Stamping, Deep Drawing, Hydroforming), Type (Hot, warm and Cold), Application (BIW, Chassis, Closure), Material (Steel, Aluminum, Magnesium), Vehicle (ICE & Electric) - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to's offering.

The global metal forming market for automotive is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% from 2020 to 2025, to reach USD 202.23 billion by 2025 from USD 172.56 billion in 2018.

The key companies profiled in the study are Magna (Canada), Benteler (Germany), Tower International (UK), Toyota Boshoku (Japan), Aisin Seiki (Japan), Kirchhoff (US), CIE Automotive (Spain), Mills Products (US), VNT Automotive (Austria), Superform Aluminum (US), and Hirotec (Japan).

Global vehicle production and growing commercial vehicle demand to fuel the metal forming market for automotive

The market is projected to rise owing to key reasons such as increasing vehicle production and growing demand for commercial vehicles. On the other hand, the major factor hindering the growth of the metal forming market is the high capital cost of forming equipment.

The hydroforming market is projected to show the fastest growth by forming a technique segment

Hydroforming is one of the most advanced forming techniques used in the automotive industry. It is generally used to manufacture hollow tube structures such as manifolds, exhaust cones, and a few suspension components. As hydroforming is comparatively expensive, it is mostly used by premium car manufacturers. Due to the increasing market share of premium car manufacturers, hydroforming is expected to grow at the fastest rate. It is an advanced technique and requires a high setup cost as well as high operating costs, because of which it is expected to have a significant market in Europe and North America.

Cold forming is estimated to be the largest market by forming type and is projected to maintain its position in the forecast period

Cold forming is one of the most conventional manufacturing processes in which components are formed using different types of forming techniques at room temperature and do not require any additional handling and carrying. The cold-forming process is simpler than the hot forming process and does not require any additional setup cost. Hence, the overall cost of cold forming is low as compared to hot forming. Because of the advantages such as cost and low production time, cold forming is the major preference of OEMs across the globe.

Asia Oceania and North America are estimated to drive the metal forming market for automotive

The Asia Oceania region is projected to lead the metal forming market for automotive during the forecast period owing to the large-scale vehicle production compared to other regions. According to OICA (Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles), Asia Oceania contributed about 50-55% of the global vehicle production in 2019. Vehicle production in Asia Oceania has grown substantially in the last 10 years. This increase in production comes from small and mid-sized cars in China and India as these two countries have the largest population and are price-sensitive markets. With the increase in the production of vehicles, the demand for metal forming for automotive grew at a significant rate in Asia Oceania.

This growth may have been derailed in 2020 owing to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, as per estimates, the Asia Oceania will witness growth in the forecast period owing to the successful containment of the virus in countries such as China, Japan, and South Korea. North America is expected to be the fastest-growing metal forming market for automotive. The North American region comprises countries with significant vehicle production such as Canada, Mexico, and the US. The US is the major contributor, i.e., it contributed around 65% of the overall vehicle production in North America in 2019. The North American metal forming market is dominated by key players such as the Tower International (US), Magna (Canada), and Kirchhoff Automotive (US).

Report Coverage

The report covers the metal forming market for automotive. It is broadly segmented by region (Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and the Middle East and Africa), Technique type (Roll forming, Stretch forming, Stamping, Deep drawing, Hydroforming, and Others), Forming types (Cold forming, Warm forming, and Hot forming), Material Type (Steel, Magnesium, and Aluminum), Application type (BIW, Chassis, and Closures), Vehicle Type (Passenger car, LCV, Truck, and Bus), and Electric & Hybrid vehicle type (BEV, PHEV, and FCEV).

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

4.1 Attractive Opportunities in Metal Forming Market for Automotive

4.2 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Forming Type

4.3 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Technique

4.4 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Material

4.5 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Application

4.6 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Vehicle Type

4.7 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Electric & Hybrid Vehicle

5 Market Overview

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Market Dynamics

5.2.1 Drivers Rising Global Vehicle Production and Growing Commercial Vehicle Demand Stringent Emission and Fuel Economy Regulations for Lightweight Materials

5.2.2 Restraints Increasing Usage of Composites in Automotive Applications

5.2.3 Opportunity Growing Sales of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Increasing Adoption of Hydroforming Techniques

5.2.4 Challenges High Capital Investments for New Entrants to Set Up Metal Forming Process

5.3 Ecosystem Analysis

5.4 COVID-19 Impact on Metal Forming Market

6 Technological Overview

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Advantages of Metal Forming Techniques Over Other Techniques

6.3 Types of Forming Techniques

6.3.1 Roll Forming

6.3.2 Stretch Forming

6.3.3 Deep Drawing

6.3.4 Stamping

6.3.5 Hot Forming

6.3.6 Hydroforming

6.4 Hydroforming: The Future of Automotive Forming

6.4.1 Advantages of Hydroforming

6.5 Additive Manufacturing

6.5.1 Advantages of Additive Manufacturing

6.5.2 Disadvantages of Additive Manufacturing

7 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Technique

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Roll Forming

7.3 Stretch Forming

7.4 Deep Drawing

7.5 Stamping

7.6 Hydroforming

7.7 Others

8 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Forming Type

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Cold Forming

8.3 Hot Forming

8.4 Warm Forming

9 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Application

9.1 Introduction

9.2 BIW

9.3 Chassis

9.4 Closures

9.5 Others

10 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Material

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Steel

10.3 Aluminum

10.4 Magnesium

10.5 Others

11 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Vehicle Type

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Passenger Cars

11.3 Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV)

11.4 Trucks

11.5 Buses

12 Metal Forming Market for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, by Vehicle Type

12.1 Introduction

12.2 BEV

12.3 PHEV

12.4 FCEV

13 Metal Forming Market for Automotive, by Region

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Asia Oceania

13.3 Europe

13.4 North America

13.5 South America

13.6 Middle East & Africa

14 Competitive Landscape

14.1 Overview

14.2 Metal Forming Market for Automotive: Market Ranking Analysis

14.3 Competitive Leadership Mapping

14.3.1 Stars

14.3.2 Emerging Leaders

14.3.3 Pervasive Companies

14.3.4 Emerging Companies

14.4 Competitive Scenario

14.4.1 Expansions

14.4.2 Supply Contracts

14.4.3 New Product Launches/Developments

14.4.4 Partnerships/Joint Ventures

15 Company Profiles

15.1 Introduction

15.2 Benteler

15.3 Tower International

15.4 Magna International

15.5 Toyota Boshoku Corporation

15.6 Aisin Seiki

15.7 Kirchhoff

15.8 CIE Automotive

15.9 Mills Products

15.10 VNT Automotive

15.11 Superform Aluminium

15.12 Hirotec

15.13 Client Requirement

15.13.1 PWO

15.13.2 Ernst Umformtechnik

15.13.3 Hornlein

15.13.4 Hubert Stuken GmbH & Co. KG (Starken)

15.13.5 Stewart EFI

15.13.6 Truelove & Maclean (Acquired by SFS Group AG)

15.13.7 Metal Flow

15.13.8 Transfer Tool

15.14 Additional Companies

15.14.1 North America Vari-Form LTC Roll Martinrea International Inc. Multimatic

15.14.2 Asia Oceania Kaizen Metal Forming AES Automotive JBM Auto MIM

15.14.3 Europe Craemer Voestalpine Gestamp Automocion Quintus Technologies

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