LONDON - Companies and Markets has released an updated Industry "Risk Ratings" report that evaluates the inherent risks associated with the Woodworking Machinery Manufacturing in the United States.
The report looks at the operational risk associated with the woodworking industry. Three types of risk are recognized in the analysis, inlcuding:
- Risk arising from within the industry itself (structural risk);
- Risks arising from the expected future performance of the industry (growth risk); and
- Risk arising from forces external to the industry (external sensitivity risk).
The types of firms covered in the report include sawmill and woodworking machinery (except handheld), such as circular and band sawing equipment, planing machinery, and sanding machinery. Manufactured machinery, including circular and band sawing equipment, planing machinery, and sanding machinery, band saws, circular saws, jigsaws, jointers, lathes, mortises, stationary planers, sanding machines, power-driven bench and table saws, and woodworking machines.
Read Companies and Markets' press release.
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