The Poland facilities management market report provides an in-depth analysis of the outsourced facilities management for Poland for the period 2014 – 2024, wherein 2015 is the base year and the years from 2016 to 2024 is the forecast period. Data for 2014 has been included as historical information. The report covers all the prevalent trends playing a major role in the growth of the facilities management over the forecast period. It also highlights various drivers, restraints, and opportunities expected to influence the market’s growth during the forecast period. The study provides a holistic perspective on market growth in terms of revenue estimates (in US$ Bn), across Poland country. The report provides cross-sectional analysis of the Poland facilities management market in terms of market estimates and projections for all the segments across Europe country. The report also covers profiles of major players, their growth strategies, their market positioning, and the various recent developments, and includes market positioning analysis of key players operating in the facilities management .
Poland Facilities Management Market: Segmentation
This research study on the Poland facilities management market provides a detailed analysis of various services type of facilities management available in the market. Based on the services type, the market is further divided into the hard services and soft services. The scope of soft services covers following services – cleaning and pest control, laundry, catering, waste management, security, and others (administrative services, etc.). Under hard services, following services have been considered while arriving at market estimates – plumbing, air conditioning maintenance, fire protection systems, mechanical and electrical maintenance, others (fabric maintenance, etc.).
On the basis of industry, the market is segmented into corporate, government and public, healthcare, manufacturing, residential and educational, and retail and commercial and others. The others segment includes sports and food service facilities which require facilities management services to support their day to day business activities. The report includes a comprehensive coverage of the underlying economic development factors under the key trend analysis section. To depict holistic view of the Poland facilities management market, ecosystem analysis is included in the report. The section describes current supply chain model and potential impact of forward – backward integration.
The report aims to provide a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the facilities management market across Poland country, which is segmented into service types and the end-use industries. The report also provides level key trend analysis for different segmentations included.
This 75 page report gives readers a comprehensive overview of the Facilities Management Market. Browse through 3 data tables and 28 figures to unlock the hidden opportunities in this market:
In Poland, facilities management services have strong demand from corporate sector due to growing office spaces and increasing adoption of support services to enhance the core business activities. Additionally, with stable expansion of the economy and rising foreign investments in Poland, facilities management is expected to see traction across the corporate sector in the near future. Presently, the corporate sector is the dominant end-use sector of the Poland, and is expected to account for a dominant 19% of the overall market in 2016.
Furthermore, growing infrastructure development across the corporate sector in key cities such as Wronia, Woloska, and Grzybowska across Poland is expected to increase the adoption of facilities management services. Following the corporate sector, retail industry in Poland is also expected to see a vast rise in infrastructure development projects and lead to an increased demand for a variety of facilities management services.
The manufacturing sector in the country is also expected to adopt facilities management services at a promising rate due to increasing investments and process automation across the segment. The increasing adoption of technical services such as utilities installation, operation and maintenance of equipment by small factories is creating new opportunities for the facilities management across the manufacturing sector in Poland.