Antihypertensives Market To 2016

In 2009, the global anti-hypertensive market was estimated to be worth $27.2 billion, representing a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.0% between 2002 and 2009. The market is forecast to reach $30 billion by 2016, indicating a CAGR of 1.5% between 2009 and 2016. The primary reason for slight and gradual growth in the market is the patent expiries of major blockbusters, which are expected to decrease the annual cost of therapy after 2007.

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The global anti-hypertensive market is expected to witness a series of patent expiries between 2007 and 2015, which includes most of the top selling blockbuster drugs in the anti-hypertensive market. The major drugs that are set to lose patent protection include Novartiss Diovan (2012), Sanofi Aventiss Avapro (2012), Novartiss Exforge (2012), Takeda/AstraZenecas Blopress/Atacand (2012), Pfizers Revatio (2012), Actelions Tracleer (2015), and United Therapeutics Remodulin (2014). All these drugs together accounted for more than $19.4 billion in revenues in 2009. Mercks Cozaar patent expired in April 2010. The sales of Cozaar for the year 2009 were $3.6 billion. Pfizers Norvasc, which was once the worlds most prescribed drug for hypertension and angina, saw a sales decline of 12% in 2009 due to genericization in 2007. Thus, the series of upcoming patent expiries in the hypertension as well as PAH markets are set to lead to a decline in the market in the near future. However, due to increased usage of fixed dose-combinations and the entry of generics, the market is expected to rise slightly after 2015.

The current anti-hypertensive pipeline does offer some promising novel products, such as SPP635, Actos, LCZ696, QT1571, ACT-293987, PS-433540, Macitentan and Riociguat, indicated for the treatment of hypertension and PAH. However, the revenues generated from these products are not expected to completely make up for the revenue losses due to patent expiries. Thus, the overall global anti-hypertensive market is expected to show flat growth during the forecast period.

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research Antihypertensives Market to 2016 – Generic Erosion Following Patent Expiry of Major ARBs to Impact the Market. The report provides in-depth analysis of the unmet needs, drivers and barriers that affect the global antihypertensive market. The report analyzes the markets for antihypertensive disorders in the US, the top five markets in Europe (the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain), and Japan. Treatment usage patterns, sales, prices and volumes are forecast until 2016 for the key geographies as well as the leading therapeutic segments. Furthermore, the report provides competitive benchmarking for the leading companies and analyzes the mergers, acquisitions and licensing agreements that shape the global markets.

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The Function Of A Site Manager

No matter where you may be in the world, the building industry has its fluctuations, and that includes the United Kingdom and Europe. Some areas tend to be harder hit than others are, such as the residential markets are, but in spite of those trends, little of the industry declines affect the job of a site manager.

Though there may be some residential areas where a site manager is utilized, such as in new construction of entire areas of homes, the job of a site manager is more visible in the commercial building industry. It is also not a position that is limited to that of new construction, either. So just what is the function of a site manager? Some of the duties that he may be required to perform include the following:

#Ordering new material

#Replacing material that has been exhausted

#Assuring that his site has enough manpower to perform the assigned tasks within contract guidelines

#Preparing reports and status updates for regional and other managers of his company

#Seeing that workers follow all safety procedures and that any accidents are recorded and reported to the proper authorities

#Using his expertise in the building industry as a means of knowing when changes in the original plans or projected completion dates are necessary

#Being on the site to follow the daily operation of the project

Of course, the construction industry is not the only industry that may have a site manager, but they are the most common and usually the one to which advertisements for this position refer. Although the commercial building site manager is more common, that of a residential site manager is just as demanding and in addition may require him to assume the role of a sales agent as well. When new residential construction is in the process, sometimes potential buyers will take the time to look if they like what they see. If there is not sales office they can visit, the site manager may assume the role of a sales manager. This may include a tour of the neighbourhood, review of blueprints and plans, a discussion of the sales price, and answering any questions the potential buyer may have.

For someone who has an interest in a position as a building site manager, be prepared for something very diverse that may something require your expertise and knowledge of the building industry while in other situations, you may need to be a liaison between your company and the potential buyers.