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The Manufacturing sector covers work performed in mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products. The assembling of component parts of manufactured products also falls under Manufacturing unless the activity is appropriately classified in Construction.

The Construction sector primarily covers work performed in the construction of buildings or engineering projects (e.g., highways and utility systems). Companies that perform work in the preparation of sites for new construction and those involved subdividing land for sale as building sites also are included in Construction.

Manufacturing uses raw materials that are products of agriculture, fishing, forestry, mining, or quarrying, as well as products of other manufacturing operations. Plants, factories, or mills that characteristically use power-driven machines and materials-handling equipment, transform the raw materials into new finished products or components of products that require further manufacturing.

Construction markets include new work, additions, alterations, or maintenance and repairs. Activities of these enterprises generally are managed at a fixed place of business, but they usually perform construction activities at multiple project sites. Production responsibilities are specified contractually with construction project owners (prime contractors) or contracts with other construction companies (subcontractors).

Construction companies that contract responsibility for all aspects of individual construction projects are commonly known as general contractors, but are also markets known as design-build, construction management, turnkey contracting, or (in cases where two or more establishments jointly secure a general contract) joint-venture contracting. Construction managers that provide oversight and scheduling only (i.e., agency) as well as construction managers that are responsible for the entire project (i.e., at risk) are included as general contractor type establishments. General contractor types frequently arrange construction of separate project parts through subcontracts with other construction companies, such as masonry, painting, and electrical work). These are commonly known as specialty trade markets. In remodeling and repair construction, work may also be done directly for the owner of the property.

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Manufacturing & Construction Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Global Specialty Paper Market 2018-2022

    ... forecast the global specialty paper market to grow at a CAGR of 3.15% during the period 2018-2022. Covered in this report The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global specialty ... Read More

  • Denmark Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... by an annual average of 2.3% between 2018 and 2027, totallingUSD21.6bn by the end of our forecast period. The transport infrastructure sector will be the key growth outperformerin Denmark'swider construction market, notably the rail segment. Read More

  • Poland Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... positive economic growthand EU funding make their mark. In light of the country's reliance on EU funding, the continued escalation in tensions between theruling government and the European Commission will remain the largest downside risk. Read More

  • Hungary Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... EU funding ensures that large-scale publicinfrastructure projects will make significant progress over the coming years. The strongest growth is expected in the residentialconstruction and transport infrastructure sectors, compensating for limited growth in the energy sector. Read More

  • Chile Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... to 2022, we expect the recovery of Chile's constructionindustry to continue, though at a more moderate pace than the expansion seen in H118. Investment will grow across sectorssupported by rising demand for residential and non-residential ... Read More

  • Global Construction Scaffolding Rental Market 2018-2022

    ... bear equipment when performing construction tasks, maintaining and repairing structures and bridging other infrastructure. Technavio’s analysts forecast the global construction scaffolding rental market to grow at a CAGR of 5.32% during the period 2018-2022. Covered ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... and Oman. Within the Kingdom's infrastructure mix, we expect economic diversification imperatives tosupport outperformance within the transport sector, while strong structural demand driven by a young population willincentivize investment into the energy and utilities segment. Read More

  • Taiwan Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... remains committed on implementing its forward looking infrastructuredevelopment programme over the next four years. We are therefore forecasting real expansion of an average of 2.7% per annumfrom 2018-2022 (versus -0.2 in the past five years). Read More

  • Indonesia Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... work progresseson a number of high-value infrastructure and real estate projects. The country's risky operational environment will be exacerbatedby the upcoming elections in 2019, which poses a downside risk to the government's ongoing infrastructure drive. Read More

  • Panama Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... of a nationwide labour strike which caused a substantialhalt in project activity for one month between April and May 2018. From 2019, growth will resume bolstered by the advance of anumber of large-scale infrastructure projects. Read More

  • France Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... forecast an average annual growth of 1.7% between 2018 and 2021 and then a slowdown of 0.6%between 2022 and 2027. Renewable energy and rail infrastructure will be the major investment brightspots over the coming years. Read More

  • Greece Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... sector is estimated to growby 2.0% in 2018 and an average of 3.6% CAGR over the decade to 2027. The non-residential construction, transport and oil and gaspipeline infrastructure bring positive sentiment to the overall construction ... Read More

  • Malaysia Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... the Pakatan Harapan's unexpectedvictory in the May 2018 general elections and the subsequent suspensions and revisions of major transport projects; however,growth in Malaysia's construction sector will remain robust over the next five to ten years. Read More

  • Oman Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... life into an already fast-growing Omani construction sector over the next year, as theSultanate enjoys broad-based construction sector growth spanning the infrastructure spectrum on the back of structural demandfor additional infrastructure and economic diversification efforts. Read More

  • Austria Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... positive growth after a decade in the doldrums, backed by significanttransport infrastructure investment and strengthening residential construction. Activity is driven by committed public spending,growing private investment and inflows from EU institutions towards developing regional interconnectivity. Read More

  • Belgium Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... large-scale projects reliant upon privateinvestment (through the use of public-private partnerships) and regional development funding. As an important transport hub inEurope, Belgium is likely to attract further investment over the coming years and the country's ... Read More

  • Qatar Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... social infrastructure projects underway inpreparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and these are being supported by significant investment in the expansion of the country'sroad and rail network. The government has also committed to the ... Read More

  • Global Industrial Enclosures Market 2018-2022

    ... the global industrial enclosures market to grow at a CAGR of 5.53% during the period 2018-2022. Covered in this report The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global industrial enclosures ... Read More

  • Cambodia Infrastructure Q4 2018

    Cambodia Infrastructure Q4 2018 Key View: Cambodia's construction market will be an outperformer in Asia, supported by favourable demographic and geographicfactors that are driving investment in transport and residential/non-residential building projects. Read More

  • Czech Republic Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... environment,which has led to increasing investment activity in the country. The residential and non-residential buildings sector will notablyoutperform, boosting overall construction industry growth to average a high 5.1% in real terms between 2018 and 2020. Read More

  • Personal Computer Manufacturing

    ... the PC market is driven by technological advances, disposable income in the consumer market, and corporate spending cycles. The profitability of individual companies depends on supply chain efficiency and ancillary products and services. Large companies ... Read More

  • Clay Product & Refractory Manufacturing

    ... Kohler (all of the US) as well as Kyocera, Shinagawa Refractories, and TOTO (all of Japan), Interceramic (Mexico), RHI Magnesita (the Netherlands), and Vesuvius (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by industrial production of metals, ... Read More

  • Framing Contractors

    ... new home construction. The profitability of individual companies depends on a steady volume of contracted work, accurate work estimation, and cost controls. Large companies have advantages in working in multiple geographies and may have relationships ... Read More

  • Specialty Contractors

    ... include APi Group, Comfort Systems USA, EMCOR, Performance Contracting, and Quanta Services (all based in the US), as well as Bilfinger Berger (Germany) and Chicago Bridge & Iron (the Netherlands). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven ... Read More

  • Turbine Manufacturing

    ... (both of the US), as well as Hitachi (Japan), Siemens (Germany), Vestas Wind Systems (Denmark), and Xinjiang Goldwind (China). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for turbines is driven by the level of overall industrial activity, and growth ... Read More

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