The Poland facilities management market is characterized by an elephantine degree of competition. Players that are deemed significant with their presence in the Poland market are looking to anchor their status in the industry by mushrooming the range of services they provide. Some of the efforts taken in this regard include extensive focus on the ways to stretch their current contracts and timely ventures into contemporary service areas. Industries, such as manufacturing and corporate, which boast a relatively higher maturity level have witnessed facilities management services being outsourced to specialized service providers with contracts as a medium.
As per the statistics procured by leading market research firm, Transparency Market Research (TMR), the Poland facilities management market had raked in US$14.34 bn in 2015. More interestingly, the Poland market is prognosticated to rise at a decent CAGR of 9.7% to reach US$32.62 bn by 2024. In this respect, the market is foreseen to enjoy healthy growth prospects in the near future.
Soft Services Market to Win a Close Contest with Counter Market
Despite falling short of the hard services segment by a mere 1.0% share of the Poland facilities management market, soft services are envisioned to win the race by the end of the forecast period. The demand for soft services is anticipated to rise remarkably to help the segment clasp the throne of leading revenue contributor in the Poland market. Although both the segments exhibited not a very different growth pattern between 2016 and 2024, the soft services market was anticipated to take hold of the 60.0% share of the market in 2016.
One of the reasons for this close-packed competition between the two services type segments is the balance of demand exhibited by both new and existing customers. However, soft services have gained traction in the recent years due to the increasing level of outsourcing performed.
Manufacturing Likely to Catch Up with Corporate Segment
The corporate segment by industry was predicted to demonstrate dominance by accounting for a 19.0% share in 2016 in the Poland facilities management market. Much of the demand in this segment is due to the elevating amount of foreign investment and stability in the economic expansion of the country. Businesses in the corporate sector of Poland have raised the demand for facilities management services with the rising adoption of support services to strengthen core business activities and surging construction of office spaces.
The manufacturing sector is not far behind in contributing to the flourishing progress of the Poland facilities management market. The sector has gained impetus to create new market opportunities with the adoption of different technical services such as equipment maintenance and utilities installation. The manufacturing segment is envisaged to ride on process automation and swelling investments to attain a promising growth rate.
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The Poland facilities management market holds a ground of intense competition amongst domestic as well as global players. Prominent industry players such as Sodexo, Inc., Impel Tech Solutions, Dussmann Polska Sp. z o.o., Cushman & Wakefield, Bilfinger HSG Facility Management GmbH, and Gegenbauer Polska are foretold to make their presence known in the Poland market.