Moving and Storage Services
The U.S. moving and storage service market has rebounded along with the housing recovery. Moving services are highly dependent on the housing market since some 80.0% of industry revenues are derived from the residential market. However, revenues remain below pre-recession levels since housing demand has not fully recovered.
These and other trends are uncovered in this up-to-date Catalina First Look on Moving and Storage Services. This First Look also provides data on revenues by service line, price trends, end-use markets, factors driving demand, employment and labor costs, and the competitive environment. Data is compiled and analyzed from 1997 to the current year and the Executive Summary provides a five year forecast.
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About Catalina First Looks:
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- U.S. market sales
- Factors driving demand
- Residential versus commercial work
- Competitive environment
- Outlook and five year forecast
- MOVING AND STORAGE SERVICE REVENUES
- U.S. revenues and growth analysis
- Revenues of residential and commercial work
- Service price trends
- Revenues by type of service: local and long distance services
- FACTORS DRIVING DEMAND
- Housing turnover rates
- New and existing home sales
- Nonresidential building construction spending
- STRUCTURE OF MOVING AND STORAGE SERVICE BUSINESS
- Number of moving and storage services and revenues
- Revenues from household moving services, commercial moving services, warehousing services, storage services, self-storage services, and other services
- Total employees, hourly wages, and revenues per employee
- COMPETITVE ENVIRONMENT
- Number of moving and storage services by type of competitor
- Share of U.S. revenues for the top service providers
- Number of service providers by region
- Leading competitor revenue trends
Catalina Research offers researchers an efficient and low-cost way to compile and analyze up-to-date pertinent industry information. First Look research can be conducted on a wide range of manufacturing, retail and service industries. The First Look program provides market researchers, industry analysts, and action-oriented executives a quick way to analyze and forecast industry sales and growth, a market’s cost structure and profitability, international trade activity, the competitive environment, end-use market purchases, and factors driving demand. A summary of major findings are included as part of each First Look.