EU - Prefabricated Buildings - Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Insights
Update: COVID-19 Impact
European Prefabricated Buildings Market to Increase Steadily
IndexBox has just published a new report "EU: Prefabricated Buildings - Market Report. Analysis And Forecast To 2025". Here is a summary of the report’s key findings.
In 2016, the Prefabricated Buildings Market Value Increased by X% to X Billion EUR
From 2007 to 2016, the EU prefabricated buildings market showed a mixed trend pattern. A significant drop in 2008 (-X% Y-o-Y) was followed by a gradual increase over the next three years until it plunged again in 2013 (-X% Y-o-Y). According to IndexBox estimates, during 2014-2016 the market showed steady growth and reached X billion EUR.
Italy, Germany and the UK Were Key Markets for Prefabricated Buildings
The countries with the biggest market were Italy (X%, based on EUR), Germany (X%) and the UK (X%), together comprising near X% of EU prefabricated buildings sales.
Among the leading consuming countries high levels of per capita consumption levels were recorded in Italy (X EUR/year). It was significantly higher than the EU average of X EUR/year. Germany (X EUR/year) and the UK (X EUR/year) had the per capita consumption at a level close to the average European per capita consumption.
The EU Prefabricated Buildings Market to Increase Steadily
EU growth in prefabricated building consumption is expected to accelerate to +X% in the medium term, driven by the economic recovery in Europe, strong employment, and disposable incomes growth. Moderate economic growth will increase the demand for prefabricated buildings from the business sector, as such buildings have a number of advantages in terms of technology, quality, design and style. These advantages are significant when used for the rapid opening of new outlets and service facilities. However, this engine of growth is under pressure from weak pace of economy growth, combined with the uncertainty with regard to further increase in investment and the effects of Brexit.
Prefabricated Buildings Production Increased by X% to X Billion EUR
Production of prefabricated buildings amounted to approx. X billion EUR in 2016, indicating mixed trend patterns over the last few years. Production dynamics went hand in hand with that of consumption from 2007 to 2016. After a decline in production of X% in 2013, output increased by X%, and during 2015-2016 European production of prefabricated buildings grew by X% annually.
Iron or steel prefabricated buildings accounted for the highest share (X% in 2016, in value terms) of the EU total prefabricated buildings manufacturing, followed by wooden prefabricated buildings (X%) and plastics, concrete or aluminium prefabricated buildings (X%).
Italy Comprised One Third of the Prefabricated Buildings Output
Italy was the key EU prefabricated buildings producing country with an output of about X million EUR, which accounted for X% of total EU output. It was followed by Germany (X%), the UK (X%), France (X%), Sweden (X%), the Netherlands (X%), Spain (X%) and Austria (X%). Most of the major producing countries showed growth in prefabricated buildings output in value terms from 2007 to 2016: in Germany (+X% per year), Sweden (+X% per year), the Netherlands (X% per year) and the UK (+X% per year). Austria (-X%) and Spain (-X%) were major producing countries with an annual decline of prefabricated buildings output.
The Netherlands, Germany, the Czech Republic and Italy Were the Major Exporting Countries
In 2016, the total exports value for prefabricated buildings was X million EUR, which was X% more than the year before. About X% of total exports were sent outside the Union. In 2016 the value of extra-EU exports for prefabricated buildings was X billion EUR, X% more than the year before. In 2016, the Netherlands (X% of total export value in 2016), Germany (X%), the Czech Republic (X%) and Italy (X%) were the main suppliers of prefabricated buildings in the EU, comprising X% of total exports. Among main exporting countries in EU, the fastest growing supplier was the Netherlands (+X% per year) and Italy (+X% per year), followed by the Czech Republic (+X%), while and German export value remained relatively stable from 2007 to 2016.
Germany Was the Main Importer of Prefabricated Buildings in the EU
In 2016, the total imports value stood at X million EUR, X% more than the year before. Near X% of imports came from outside the Union. In 2016, the value of extra-EU imports for prefabricated buildings was X million EUR, X% more than the year before. In 2016, the main import destination for prefabricated buildings was Germany (X% based on EUR). It was followed by France (X%), the U.K. (X%), Sweden (X%) and Austria (X%), Germany (+X%) had the highest annual growth rate of total imports, while imports into France declined with a CAGR of -X%.
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Source: IndexBox AI Platform
This report provides an in-depth analysis of the prefabricated buildings market in the EU. Within it, you will discover the latest data on market trends and opportunities by country, consumption, production and price developments, as well as the global trade (imports and exports). The forecast exhibits the market prospects through 2030.
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