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In 2021, industrial cleaning equipment market was appraised at $9.12 Bn, with an anticipated surge to $14.14 Bn by 2031

Industrial Cleaning Equipment Market Size, Share, Competitive Landscape and Trend Analysis

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, UNITED STATES, May 21, 2024 / — industrial cleaning equipment market, valued at $9.12 billion in 2021, is expected to reach $14.14 billion by 2031, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 4.3% from 2022 to 2031. These machines are vital for maintaining cleanliness in industrial settings, ensuring sterilization of equipment, tools, and work surfaces. With cleanliness being paramount, especially in industries producing easily contaminated goods like food and pharmaceuticals, the demand for industrial cleaning equipment is projected to escalate during the forecast period. Clean industrial premises not only reduce the risk of product contamination but also enhance the safety of workers by mitigating occupational health hazards.

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The food and beverage sector is witnessing substantial growth due to increased disposable income and the surge in online food retail. Industrial cleaning equipment plays a crucial role in maintaining hygienic conditions in food processing facilities, thereby driving market growth. Similarly, the pharmaceutical industry’s expansion, fueled by population growth and emerging health concerns, is contributing to the rising demand for industrial cleaning equipment. Moreover, advancements in technology and increasing focus on sustainability, including the growth of waste recycling facilities, are driving the adoption of autonomous industrial cleaning equipment, presenting lucrative opportunities for market growth.

In response to market demands, major players like Alfred Kärcher SE & Co. KG have introduced new industrial cleaning equipment tailored for specific industries, such as vacuum cleaners designed for the food industry. This innovation is indicative of the industry’s commitment to remaining competitive and meeting evolving customer needs.

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted industrial cleaning equipment production initially due to lockdown measures. However, the pharmaceutical sector’s resilience ensured some level of demand continuity. With the introduction of vaccines and a gradual decrease in COVID-19 cases, industrial cleaning equipment manufacturers have resumed operations at full capacity, signaling a promising recovery.

Government initiatives aimed at supporting small-scale industries, particularly in developing nations, are expected to further bolster market growth.

The industrial cleaning equipment market is segmented by type, operation, and end-user industry. Types include floor sweepers, pressure washers, vacuum cleaners, and others, while operations are categorized as manual or automatic. End-user industries encompass food and beverages, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and others. Geographically, Asia-Pacific dominated the market in 2021, with LAMEA expected to exhibit the highest growth rate, driven by increasing disposable income and robust pharmaceutical production.

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Key players in the market include Akshayaa Multi Cleaning Pvt. Ltd., Astol Cleantech Pvt. Ltd., Avidbot Corp., Tennant Company, and others. These companies leverage strategies like product innovation and expansion to maintain their competitive edge.

For stakeholders, this report offers valuable insights into market dynamics, including trends, drivers, and opportunities, facilitating informed decision-making. Porter’s five forces analysis aids in assessing market competitiveness, while regional and global market trends and player positioning enable benchmarking and strategic planning.

David Correa
Allied Market Research
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