World Prefabricated Housing
Through 2019, demand for prefabricated housing worldwide is projected to expand 2.7 percent annually. In developing countries, these units will be used as low-cost units to reduce housing shortages as well as high quality homes for more affluent consumers. In higher income nations, prefabricated housing will continue to have low penetration levels, though it will benefit from its generally lower cost and shorter construction time.
This report segments the global prefabricated housing industry by region, country, and type. Data is provided in thousand units and million dollars.
Prefabricated housing types include:
Manufactured & Modular
Panelized & Precut
Panelized and precut homes will remain the largest of these types through 2019. Manufactured and modular homes are forecast to post faster growth, however, boosted by strong gains in China and the US. Modular homes made from shipping containers are popular in China, and manufactured housing is more common in the US.
This study covers the following six world regions, as well as 20 countries:
Central & South America
The Africa/Mideast region will see the strongest advances among world regions through 2019, but it will also remain the smallest market for these products that year. Spain and Italy will both post double-digit annual gains in prefabricated housing demand through 2019.
Participating companies include Asahi Kasei, Cavco, CEMEX, Champion Home Builders, Clayton Homes, Daiwa House, Honkarakenne Oyj, Kampa, Misawa Homes, Persimmon, Sekisui Chemical, Toyota, and Xella International.
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