DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Self-Levelling Concrete Market by Type, By End User, by Geography - Global Market Size, Share, Development, Growth, and Demand Forecast, 2013-2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The market growth is mainly driven by the growing use of self-levelling concrete in the commercial and residential construction sectors. The increasing demand for renovation and repairment of schools, hospitals, offices, and malls is primarily contributing to the increase in the demand of self-levelling products in the commercial sector.
On the basis of type, the self-levelling concrete market is categorized into underlayment and toppings. Underlayment is estimated to be a larger category in the market, with more than 75% in 2017. The larger share of underlayment is attributable to its wide use in the levelling of concrete subfloors for interior applications, in both residential and commercial buildings.
In terms of end-user, the self-levelling concrete market is categorized into commercial and residential sectors. The commercial end user is estimated to account for a larger share in the market, with more than 70% contribution in 2017. The large share of commercial end user can be ascribed to the increasing demand of renovation of many commercial buildings, and increased funding by government for civil engineering projects. For instance, as per the German Finance Ministry data, in 2015, about $39 million was invested by the government for the infrastructural development of schools and hospitals in Germany.
Key Topics Covered
1. Research Background
2. Research Methodology
3. Executive Summary
5. Global Market Size and Forecast
6. North America Self-Levelling Concrete Market Size and Forecast
7. Europe self-levelling Concrete Market Size and Forecast
8. Asia-Pacific Self-Levelling Concrete Market Size and Forecast
9. Latin America Self-Levelling Concrete Market Size and Forecast
10. Middle East & Africa (MEA) Self-Levelling Concrete Market Size and Forecast
11. Company Profiles & Benchmarking
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