Electrical Market Resources
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Today’s Electrical Markets: Updated in 2012
New to the electrical wholesaling industry and need a basic overview of the key electrical markets? This award-winning series of articles from Electrical Wholesaling magazine was developed for new employees and industry veterans who need a basic understanding of the key market drivers in the residential, commercial, industrial and utility business segments.
The articles include Electrical Wholesaling’spopular series of cutaway drawings that will drive home just how many sales opportunities exist in residential, commercial, industrial and utility applications. Click here to download
Electrical Wholesaling’s 2012 Top 200 Listing in PDF format
This is a PDF of the Top 200 article as it appeared in Electrical Wholesaling’s June 2012 issue. Click here to download
Electrical Wholesaling’s 2012 Top 2012 Listing in Excel
This Excel file is a great resource for marketing executives who need a database of Electrical Wholesaling’s Top 200 electrical distributors as ranked by 2011 sales data. It also includes data on number of employees, number of branches and senior executives at the largest distributors in North America. Click here to download
Electrical Wholesaling’s 2012 Market Planning Guide in PDF format
This is a PDF of the Electrical Wholesaling’s 2012 Market Planning Guide article as it appeared in Electrical Wholesaling’s November 2011 issue. Click here to download
Electrical Market Data
Electrical Marketing brings you the key industry and economic statistics pertinent to the electrical marketplace. Monthly statistics and historical industry statistical data are available here in Excel files, or in links to the source websites. For data on key electrical construction statistics and other electrical market data check out the following links.
ELECTRICAL PRICE INDEX HISTORICAL DATA
Published each month, Electrical Marketing'sElectrical Price Index (EPI) is one of the newsletter's most popular features. If you need historical data from past EMElectrical Price Indexes click here
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR EMPLOYMENT DATA
Electrical contractor employment is a good indicator of the health of the electrical construction market. Click here for historical data. Each electrical contractor employee represents $43,880 in buying power, according to the multipliers in Electrical Wholesaling's Market Planning Guide.
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