DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Motor Lamination Market by Application (Performance, Comfort, and Safety), Material, Technology, Motor Type (Power Steering & Window, Adaptive front light, and Other), ICE & Electric Vehicle, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The motor lamination market is estimated to grow from USD 12.6 billion in 2018 to USD 18.6 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 5.76%

Increase in emission and fleet level regulations has pushed OEMs to produce and sell electric vehicles, thereby increasing the demand for motors and hence, motor laminations proving to be the major reason for this market growth.

Bonding Lamination technique is estimated to be the fastest growing motor lamination market, by technology.

Motor laminations are made of thin steel sheets stacked together. These lamination sheets are stacked using different technologies such as welding, stacking, and bonding. Among these technologies, bonding technology leads to higher precision and reduces eddy current losses.

Bonding lamination technology is expected to eventually replace other methods as it leads to thinner lamination and thereby, reduces the overall weight of the motor. It is also expected to increase the winding slots in the motors. The larger motors such as traction motor or motors with a diameter more than 100 mm can be effectively stacked with the help of this technology. In this technique instead of dots, the entire surface is bonded. As per the industry expert, bonding technology is estimated to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period

Passenger Car is expected to maintain the largest share in the motor lamination market by vehicle type.

Due to increasing environmental concerns, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are striving hard to meet the stringent emission norms and safety regulations by focusing on the overall reduction in the weight of a vehicle. The automotive safety norms are evolving in developing countries due to upcoming legislation for active and passive safety systems, which mandate the installation of safety systems in passenger cars. This has led to the mandatory fitment of safety features such as ABS and airbags in passenger vehicles. This would increase the requirement of safety motors.

With the increased production of vehicles, especially passenger cars, the demand for motors is projected to grow in the coming years. This is due to the rising emission norms because of which OEMs are reducing the overall vehicle weight and mechanical linkages by using mechatronics and motors. As the passenger cars are estimated to be equipped with more comfort and safety features, the motor lamination market for the passenger car segment is projected to be the largest during the forecast period.

Asia Oceania is estimated to be the largest and the fastest in the motor lamination market during the forecast period.

The motor lamination industry has witnessed substantial growth, particularly in emerging economies such as China and India. Asia Oceania is expected to witness an annual growth of 4.60% of the vehicle production, whereas the overall global growth rate is expected to be 4.48% during the next 8 years. The region has witnessed growth in the motor lamination demand due to increasing demand for electric vehicles and production of regular ICE vehicles where the motor numbers are increasing owing to increasing features.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

4.1 Attractive Opportunities In Motor Lamination Market

4.2 Asia Oceania: Motor Lamination Market, By Application & Country

5 Market Overview

5.1 Introduction

5.1.1 Drivers Increase In Stringency Of Emission And Fleet-Level Regulations Have Pushed OEMs To Produce And Sell Electric Vehicles Increase In Demand For High-Performance Motors With The Rising Sales Of Luxury Vehicles

5.1.2 Restraints High Capital Investments In Lamination Technologies Low Demand For Motors In Developing Countries In-House Manufacturing Of Motor Lamination By OEMs/ Tier I To Restrict The Growth Of Motor Lamination Companies

5.1.3 Opportunities Increase In Demand For High Precision Lamination Sheets And Design By Experts Advancements In Lamination Technology

5.1.4 Challenges Adoption Of New Technologies Complexity In Lamination Design And Oem-Specific Requirements

6 Industry Trend

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Impact Analysis

6.2.1 Increase In Demand For Electric And Hybrid Vehicles

6.2.2 Introduction Of High Voltage Battery

6.3 Revenue Impact

6.4 Porter's Five Forces Analysis

7 Motor Lamination Market, By Application

7.1 Introduction

7.1.1 Research Methodology

7.1.2 Assumptions

7.1.3 Industry Insights

7.2 Performance

7.2.1 Europe Is The Second Largest Performance Motor Lamination Market

7.3 Comfort

7.3.1 Asia Oceania Is The Second Fastest Growing Comfort Motor Lamination Market

7.4 Safety

7.4.1 Asia Oceania Is The Largest Growing Safety Motor Lamination Market

8 Motor Lamination Market, By Motor Type

8.1 Introduction

8.1.1 Research Methodology

8.1.2 Assumptions

8.1.3 Industry Insights

8.2 Electric Water Pump Motor

8.3 Radiator Cooling Fan Motor

8.4 Electronic Throttle Valve Control Motor

8.5 Electronic Variable Gear Ratio Motor

8.6 Electronic Variable Valve Timing Motor

8.7 Variable Nozzle Turbo Motor

8.8 Adjustable Pedal Motor

8.9 Electric Power Steering Motor

8.10 Wiper Motor

8.11 Starter Motor

8.12 EGR Motor

8.13 Fuel Pump Motor

8.14 Power Antenna Motor

8.15 Air Conditioner Motor

8.16 Door Mirror Motor

8.17 Power Window Motor

8.18 Tilt Steering Column Motor

8.19 Blower Motor

8.20 Power Seat Motor

8.21 Electric Sunroof Motor

8.22 Door Closer Motor

8.23 Cruise Control Motor

8.24 Adaptive Front Light Motor

8.25 Electronic Stability Control Motor

8.26 ABS Motor

8.27 Electronic Parking Brake Motor

9 Motor Lamination Market, By Material

9.1 Introduction

9.1.1 Research Methodology

9.1.2 Assumptions

9.1.3 Industry Insights

9.2 Cold Rolled Non-Oriented (CRNO)

9.2.1 Europe Is The Second Largest Market For CRNO

9.3 Cold Rolled Non-Grain Oriented (CRNGO)

9.3.1 Asia Oceania Is The Largest Market For CRNGO

9.4 Others

9.4.1 Manufacturers Are Shifting Towards High-Grade Materials

10 Motor Lamination Market, By Technology

10.1 Introduction

10.1.1 Research Methodology

10.1.2 Assumptions

10.1.3 Industry Insights

10.2 Welding

10.2.1 Asia Oceania Is Expected To Be The Largest Market For Welding Technology

10.3 Bonding

10.3.1 Europe Is Estimated To Be The Fastest Growing Market For Bonding Technology

10.4 Others

10.4.1 Asia Oceania Is Expected To Be The Largest Growing Market During The Forecast Period

11 Motor Lamination Market, By Vehicle Type

11.1 Introduction

11.1.1 Research Methodology

11.1.2 Assumptions

11.1.3 Industry Insights

11.2 Passenger Car

11.2.1 Europe Is Expected To Be The Second Largest Market For Passenger Car Segment

11.3 Light Commercial Vehicles

11.3.1 North America Is Expected To Be The Largest Growing Market For Lcv Segment

11.4 Truck

11.4.1 Asia Oceania Is Expected To Be The Largest Growing Market For Truck Segment

11.5 Bus

11.5.1 Asia Oceania Is Expected To Be The Fastest Growing Market For Bus Segment

12 Motor Lamination Market, By Electric Vehicle Type

12.1 Introduction

12.1.1 Research Methodology

12.1.2 Assumptions

12.1.3 Industry Insights

12.2 Battery Electric Vehicles

12.2.1 Europe Is The Second Largest Market For BEV Segment

12.3 Hybrid Electric Vehicles

12.3.1 Asia Oceania Is The Largest Growing Motor Lamination Market

12.4 Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

12.4.1 Asia Oceania Is Expected To Be The Largest Growing Market For PHEVs

13 Motor Lamination Market, By Region

14 Competitive Landscape

14.1 Overview

14.2 Market Share Analysis

14.3 Competitive Leadership Mapping

14.4 Competitive Leadership Mapping: Motor Lamination Key Manufacturers

14.5 Competitive Scenario

15 Company Profiles

15.1 Tempel

15.2 Euro Group Laminations

15.3 R. Bourgeois

15.4 Lawkim Motors

15.5 Lamination Specialties

15.6 Alinabal

15.7 Pitti Laminations Ltd.

15.8 Partzsch Elektromotoren E.K.

15.9 Wingard & Co

15.10 Laser Technologies

15.11 Additional Companies

15.11.1 LCS Company

15.11.2 Orchid

15.11.3 Lake Air

15.11.4 Polaris Laser Laminations

15.11.5 Thomas Laminations

15.11.6 Aperam

15.11.7 Sinotech

15.11.8 Laser Laminations

15.11.9 Unilam Pressings

15.11.10 Magcore

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