North America Facilities Management Market: Snapshot
The North America facilities management market is benefitting from increasing business practices of engaging third-party for support services. Business are increasingly outsourcing facility management pursuits to focus on core business functions and save valuable time of employees from being used for non-core business functions. Thus, outsourcing helps businesses gain in the long run.
On the flip side, however, nonexistence of standard parameters at global level in order to gauge the performance and quality of services is slowing the growth of facilities management market. Factors such as surging labor costs during the tenure of long-term contracts is leading companies to make short-term or single contracts. This is having a negative influence on the growth of North America facilities management market. Owing to a myriad favorable factors, North America facilities management market is poised to clock a healthy 13.6% CAGR over the forecast period between 2017 and 2024.
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Retail and Commercial Industry Segment to Rise at Leading CAGR through 2024
The North America facilities management market is segmented in terms of service type, industry, and country. In terms of service type, the demand for soft services surpasses that of hard services. Of the various soft service segments, cleaning and pest control holds prominence in North America facilities management market. Within cleaning and pest control segment, sterilization sub-segment is most lucrative and is anticipated to account for 4.5% market share by 2024.
The hard service type segment, on the other hand, is predicted to rise at a higher growth rate between 2017 and 2024. The increasing adoption of outsourcing of hard services across industry verticals to enhance the performance of core business activities are accelerating the growth of hard services segment. Within hard services, the mechanical and electrical sub-segment is likely to account for significant revenue contribution to the overall market.