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Commercial Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Flooring: United States

    ... demand is also segmented by market as follows: residential; nonresidential; and transportation equipment and other markets, such as nonbuilding structures. To illustrate historical trends, total demand is provided in annual series from 2007 to 2017; ... Read More

  • Construction (UK) - Industry Report

    ... WILLMOTT DIXON HOLDINGS LTD and BERKELEY HOMES PLC. This report covers activities such as construction, building, civil engineering, refurbishment, commercial and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. ... Read More

  • Modular & Prefabricated Buildings (EUROPEAN) - Industry Report

    ... analysis on the top 310 companies, including TOUAX CONSTRUCTION MODULAIRE, ALGECO and ALGECO GMBH. This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. Plimsoll Publishing's latest Modular & ... Read More

  • Commercial Vehicle Breakdown & Recovery (UK) - Industry Report

    ... a comprehensive individual analysis on the top 80 companies, including FLEET SUPPORT OPERATIONS LTD, J.D. COMMERCIALS LTD and FRANK RATCLIFFE & SON LTD. This report covers activities such as vehicle, breakdown, recovery, accident, vehicle recovery ... Read More

  • Commercial Vehicle Dealers (NORDIC) - Industry Report

    ... top 80 companies, including WIST LAST & BUSS AB, SCANVO LASTBIL AB and BORAS BIL LASTVAGNAR AKTIEBOLAG. This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. Plimsoll Publishing's ... Read More

  • Prefabricated Wooden Building Manufacturers (NORDIC) - Industry Report

    ... analysis on the top 100 companies, including LINDBACKS BYGG AKTIEBOLAG, HONKARAKENNE OYJ and IGLAND GARASJEN AS. This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. Plimsoll Publishing's latest ... Read More

  • Chile Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... by robust investment in residentialand non-residential building resulting from favourable macroeconomic conditions and strong investment in infrastructuredevelopment. Key to the advance of projects will be the government's concessions programme which will target transport andhealthcare projects. Read More

  • Kuwait Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... political and regulatory uncertainty will to some extent offset the positiveeffects of higher oil prices and an improving economy, setting the stage for solid, if unspectacular, construction sector growth inKuwait over the next five years. Read More

  • Tanzania Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... and multilateral donors inform our positive growth outlook for theTanzanian construction sector over the coming years. Regulatory challenges will remain a hindrance to the development of thecountry's oil & gas industry and the associated infrastructure. Read More

  • Mozambique Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... forecast period to 2027. Foreigninvestment is crucial to project realisation as the budget deficit and high debt burden limits public spending in infrastructure,although low business confidence in the market will undermine its more rapid development. Read More

  • Bangladesh Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... Asia. The country's growing infrastructureand urban development needs are gradually being met by rising levels of foreign investment, especially from China. However,Bangladesh's poor financing, logistics and bureaucratic environment will also pose risks to project implementation. Read More

  • Hotel Construction in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... the first half of the year. The industry returned to growth early in 2013, led by building booms in New York and other major cities, as well as rising occupancy rates at hotels across the ... Read More

  • City Profile - Ankara; Comprehensive overview of the city, PEST analysis and analysis of key industries including technology, tourism and hospitality, construction and retail.

    ... city, in terms of both economic contribution and population, after Istanbul. Ankara metropolitan area is an excellent business and investment location. The tertiary sector contributed the most to the area’s GVA in 2017, accounting for ... Read More

  • Venezuela Infrastructure 2019

    Venezuela Infrastructure 2019 Key View Venezuela's construction industry will remain in depression for the foreseeable future as the country's economic andpolitical crisis will continue to weigh on construction industry investment. Read More

  • Asia Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... to invest in infrastructure, with a number of sizeable, fast-growing markets like China and India offering significant contract opportunity volumes and more developed, lower risk markets likeAustralia and Japan offering investors a superior risk profile. Read More

  • Belgium Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... high prices, and there is alarge volume of vacant property encompassing residential, retail and office space which will serve to deter investors. There are alsofew active projects in the transport infrastructure sector. As a result ... Read More

  • Bahrain Infrastructure 2019

    ... Over the longer-term, we expect annual average growth of6.0% between 2020 and 2028. Rising investment into Bahrain’s residential buildings construction sector will be a majorcontributor to headline construction industry growth over the coming decade, along ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... Infrastructure Q1 2019 Key View: Continued Chinese involvement in the Zimbabwean construction sector will keep industry growth in positive territoryover the coming years. Political risk and limited fiscal headspace will continue to constrain wider expansion. Read More

  • Nonresidential Building Construction

    ... Whiting-Turner Contracting, as well as Balfour Beatty (UK), China State Construction Engineering Corporation, HOCHTIEF (Germany), and Skanska (Sweden). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Nonresidential construction activity depends heavily on corporate and government spending. The profitability of individual companies ... Read More

  • City Profile - Bratislava; Comprehensive overview of the city, PEST analysis and analysis of key industries including technology, tourism and hospitality, construction and retail.

    ... the Slovak Republic, is the smallest region of the country, accounts for 11.9% of the Slovakia’s population. The tertiary sector contributed the most to the area’s GVA in 2017, accounting for 75.7% share. Bratislava economy ... Read More

  • Global Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... in marketsglobally. NAWE stands out as the least risky region globally across the infrastructure project life-cycle, followed by Asia and CEE. SSApresents the greatest risk to infrastructure developers, followed by Latin America and the MENA. Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... Gulf Cooperation Council countries inparticular, as these countries are generally characterised by young populations and robust economic diversification initiatives andwill be able to allocate more resources into their respective infrastructure sectors as oil prices rise. Read More

  • Latin America Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... obstacles including project delays and weak contract enforceability. This issues will continue to weigh onoverall construction industry growth in the region, reflected in our forecast for modest growth for the industry over the next fiveyears. Read More

  • Qatar Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... Qatar's withdrawal from OPEC to have a major impact on the sector.There are numerous large-scale social infrastructure projects underway in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and these arebeing supported by significant investment in ... Read More

  • Switzerland Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... target of infrastructure investment in thecountry and boasts the most expansive project pipeline, encompassing both domestic and cross-border connections. The roadssector also attracts a significant amount of investments, notably in expansion and upgrade works. There ... Read More

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