Cable Glands: An Insight to Prevailing Competition in the Industry.
Cable Glandsare mechanical cable entry modules that facilitate barrier penetration and provide sealing. They are also known as strain reliefs or sealing glands and can enclose multiple wires and cables. Apart from sealing wires and cables, cable glands provide other functions also, such as earthing, environmental protection, ingress protection and strain relief.
Cooper Crouse-Hinds, CMP Products and Appleton (Emerson) emerged to be the dominant players in the
These players are extensive corporations with considerable amount of other products, equipment and services portfolios which have resulted in a creation of exhaustive network of distribution channels across the globe. The companies are able to leverage the same distribution channels for Cable Glands. This is evident from the Sales Channel Analysis provided in the figure below.
Moreover, the Cable Glands are not monitored commodities under certain sets of regulations which have resulted in the penetration of several low quality suppliers with offerings at much lower prices. Almost all the companies, whether at global or regional level, have significant capabilities to fabricate and offer cable glands for any type of industrial environments, thereby, diminishing the critical factors including integrity of the product and its associated features.
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