Thanks for visiting the new Power Systems Research website. We hope it will answer your questions about who we are, and how our research can help your marketing.
If you’re looking for information on products and services related to global engine production, applications and forecasts, you can find it right here.
We’ve been collecting, analyzing and forecasting global production data of engines and related equipment since 1976.
For example, our OE Link™ database is the definitive source of global OEM production and forecast data. OE Link™ covers IC engine and alternative drive vehicles, as well as stationary and mobile equipment. Annual OEM volume data easily can be filtered to create custom reports that meet your exact needs.
We maintain a portfolio of the deepest and broadest data bases of engine production data and forecasts in the world.
Be sure to visit the Library while you’re here. That’s where we store our downloadable publications. You’ll find everything from articles we’ve published in leading magazines to back issues of our monthly PowerTALK newsletter to Special Reports and White Papers.
We also produce syndicated surveys and proprietary, one-off surveys through our in-house Call Center. Learn more about the Call Center here.
We operate several regional offices around the world. You can find out more about them here.
We know that’s a lot of information and a lot of places on our website you can visit. If you have difficulty navigating, just head back to the home page at the top of the Directory in the upper left corner of every page, and you’ll be back at the beginning.
One more thing. You should know that we put special emphasis on tracking several important industrial segments. You can find more about that here.
Tracking Important Industry Segments
Power Systems Research has tracked global production of engines and engine-powered equipment in 13 major industry segments for more than 40 years. Our database detail, forecasting and special research projects lead the industry. We place major emphasis on the segments of Agricultural, Construction/Industrial, Commercial Vehicles (Light and Medium and Heavy), and Power Generation.
Here are the industry segments we follow. We place special emphasis on the first five in this list.
- Agriculture. This is one of the segments to which we give major emphasis. The segment includes tractors, combines, harvesters and sprayers. Click here for a complete listing.
- Industrial. This segment features fork lifts and includes . Click here for details.
- Construction. This is another important segment for us. This diverse segment includes drill rigs, crawlers, excavators, graders, off-highway trucks and tractors, pavers, loaders and mining equipment. Click here for a complete list of equipment.
- Commercial Vehicles. PSR data in this segment is separated into two groups: Medium and Heavy Vehicles, largely trucks in Classes 4-8, and Light Commercial Vehicles such as pickups and light commercial vehicles. Look at the listing of MHVs here and LCVs here.
- Power Generation. Information on gen sets includes APUs and gen sets for industrial, residential, RV and trailer-mounted applications. Click here for a complete listing.
- Lawn and Garden equipment ranges from residential items such as chainsaws and trimmers to commercial mowers and commercial turf equipment. Click here for a complete listing.
- Marine Equipment has two components: Marine Auxilary (generators and thrusters) and Propulsion, which covers heavy duty ship engines to outboard engines. Click here for a listing of marine propulsion or marine auxiliary equipment.
- Minivans and SUVs. This segment covers Minivans and Sport Utility Vehicles. Click here for a complete listing.
- Passenger Car. This segment is limited to passenger cars. Click here for a complete listing.
- Railway. Locomotives and self-propelled railcars are covered in this segment. Click here for a complete listing.
- Recreational Products includes a variety of on-highway and off-road personal equipment: motorcycles, ATVs, Side-by-Side machines, snowmobiles and personal water crafts (PWCs). Click here for a complete listing.
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