Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of “Industrial construction sector in Poland 2014: Development forecasts for 2014-2019” research report to their offering.
Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/02/2014 -- This publication offers analysis of powerful trends and potential effects on the overall market and in each of its key segments: industrial facilities, energy block construction, gas and fuel investments and waste management construction.
It explores key market issues, especially those that are integral to future development. These include macroeconomic predictions, options for new project funding and the expected flow of investment into industrial ventures that require new construction or renovations and upgrades.
This report features detailed profiles of ten of the leading contactors specialising in industrial projects in Poland along with financials and plans for the years ahead.
Extracts From this Report-
- In 2013, construction output generated by the three market segments covered in the report exceeded PLN 20bn (€4.7bn) for the first time on record, having grown by as much as PLN 5bn (€1.2bn) since 2010. In the days of the crisis, the non-residential segment of industrial construction outperformed the other segments.
- We expect that industrial and warehouse construction will be the slowest-growing segment of industrial construction and its share in industrial construction will start falling as of 2014. This course of events will be determined by the dominant position of power construction and right-of-way infrastructure projects.
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Did you know?
- In the days of the crisis, the non-residential segment of industrial construction outperformed the other segments.
The annual number of new industrial and warehouse buildings has been 3,100-3,200, of which around 70% are reservoirs, silos and warehouses.
- As at the end of 2012, the market of new industrial and warehouse buildings (as measured by floor space of new buildings) was about 25% below the 2008 peak, while in terms of value, it was only barely higher than in 2008, which is due to the rising construction costs, mostly driven by steel prices.
- We estimate that by 2024, total capital expenditure on the conventional power sector (including nuclear projects and large biomass-fired boiler) might reach up to PLN 100bn (€23.8bn) in the high-case scenario.
- In the coming years, there will be a need to develop a grid capable of handling the huge amounts of fuel originating from the gas terminal, which is currently under construction.
Construction projects planned for the industrial sector constitute a larger share of Poland’s construction market than at any time in recent history. Developers and contractors are busy with a variety of new, recent and planned projects such as manufacturing and warehouse facilities, gas and fuel investments, waste management and energy block construction.
Key question answered in this report:
- What is the current value of this sector?
- Which locations in Poland will host the largest and most valuable upcoming industrial construction projects?
- Which contractors have been selected to complete the largest number of projects?
- Which foreign contractors have expressed interest in beginning operations on the Polish industrial construction market?
Discover the answers to all of these questions and many more when you review Industrial construction sector in Poland 2014, Development forecasts for 2014-2019, a comprehensive market report from Publisher.
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This innovative document takes a close look at the level and types of investment - foreign and domestic, that support the planning and execution of new construction, remodeling and renovation of Poland’s factories, gas and fuel processing facilities, energy block construction projects and waste management ventures. It examines market conditions, provides the value of each segment, costs involved in completing various types of construction projects and regional locations of the most valuable and high-profile ventures planned for Poland’s industrial sector.
Market forecasts comprise an important portion of this publication. Readers can review forecasts for the total number of new industrial buildings scheduled to be completed during the period 2014-2019, as well as forecasts for construction and assembly in this sector and each of its segments for the same forecast period. The report looks ahead at the predicted impact of macroeconomic expectations, price changes and other factors on market development, and offers SWOT analysis for the entire Polish construction sector.
This report functions as a research and planning asset that is especially important to manufacturers of the specialised construction materials and equipment required for industrial sector projects. The information it contains is sought after by foreign companies with interests in this market, as well as project designers and managers, investors and a wide variety of government, business, financial and research and consulting professionals interested in any type of expansion to Poland’s industrial infrastructure.
These professionals will utilise the report in preparation for market entry, as a guide to the competitive landscape in this sector and when locating potential investments in the Polish industrial construction sector. They’ll find it essential when preparing demand forecasts for building materials and creating a successful strategy for expansion.
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