End-user demand spurs engineering contractor growth

Automation services delivered directly or indirectly by engineering contractors should approach $1.3 billion annually by 2002, according to the recent Worldwide Engineering Contractor Outlook by Automation Research Corp. Much of this growth is fueled by demands from end-users in developing regions, such as Latin America, the Middle East, Asia, which means engineeri...

By Staff August 1, 1998

Automation services delivered directly or indirectly by engineering contractors should approach $1.3 billion annually by 2002, according to the recent Worldwide Engineering Contractor Outlook by Automation Research Corp. Much of this growth is fueled by demands from end-users in developing regions, such as Latin America, the Middle East, Asia, which means engineering contractors could provide access to new markets for automation suppliers.