Ceramic sanitary wares consist of fixtures & components such as wash basins, sinks, closets, and bathtubs for hygienic purposes. They are cost-effective & environmentally friendly & have excellent chemical resistance. They are mostly available as triaxial compounds made of clay & quartz, among other materials. Despite its affordability as well as its resistance, ceramic sanitary wares have seen significant demand among customers, making them ideal for both commercial & household use. Additionally, the construction & building sector will expand in the UAE in the future, which will drive the demand for ceramic sanitary ware.
The UAE Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 4.85% during the forecast period, i.e., 2022-27. The factors responsible for the market growth are increasing renovation of existing buildings such as retail malls, business parks, etc., which would result in escalating the demand for ceramic sanitary ware in the coming years. Furthermore, ceramic sanitary wares such as wash basins, urinals, etc., have been in considerable demand, owing to the rising construction of commercial buildings such as luxurious hotels as well as high-rise residential buildings. This would positively impact the growth of ceramic sanitary ware during the forecast period.
|Study Period||Historical Data: 2017-20|
|Base Year: 2021|
|Forecast Period: 2022-27|
|Region Covered||Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah & Rest of Emirates|
|Key Companies Profiled||RAK CERAMICS, Villeroy & Boch AG, Jaquar Middle East, Roca Sanitario, S.A., Kohler CO., TOTO LTD., Duravit AG, Meraki Ceramics, Al Khaleej Ceramics, Others|
|Unit Denominations||USD Million/Billion|
In addition, the growing expat population, as well as the national population in the country, has also been escalating the demand for residential buildings, which, in turn, positively impacts the growth rate of the UAE Ceramic Sanitary Ware market. Furthermore, some of the ongoing mega construction projects in the UAE such as the Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi and Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences are expected to be completed by the end of 2025, which is expected to drive the demand for ceramic sanitary wares during the forecast period.
Moreover, the massive investments by the government of the UAE in the infrastructural sector, such as the development of commercial buildings, hospitals, etc., would promulgate the demand for ceramic sanitary wares during the forecast period. In 2018, the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, the UAE announced to spend around USD3.2 billion on 130 state-funded development projects by 2023, which includes the development of healthcare units, government buildings, etc.
Key Trend in the market
Increasing Adoption of the Ceramic Water Closets is a Prominent Trend in the UAE Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market
The demand for sanitary ware closets is rapidly increasing in the UAE, owing to the rising government initiatives to surge access to basic sanitation & hygiene need in the country. Furthermore, water closest are available in various categories such as two-piece, one-piece, and wall hung closest, among others. Therefore, the growing government initiatives for a safe sanitation system resulted in escalating the demand for ceramic water closets in the country. This further provides a significant potential for new technology adoption in the country's public toilet sectors. Hence, such initiatives would propel the demand for ceramic water closets in the UAE. Additionally, the launch of ceramic water closest in bold colors such as black matt, brown, grey, sand, etc., for aesthetic purposes, led to escalating the market growth during the forecasted period.
Impact of Covid-19 on the UAE Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market
COVID-19 severely impacted the UAE Ceramic Sanitary Ware market in 2020. The construction industry was the worst-hit industry among others & faced a significant decline due to the temporary shutdown of the industries across the region. Furthermore, the delays in manufacturing & production of ceramic sanitary ware utilized in residential & non-residential spaces resulted in declining market growth. In addition, the contractors face substantial challenges due to increased restrictions on the labor movement across the region, and increased costs in implementing health & safety measures resulted in declining construction activities.
However, the increasing vaccination in Dubai & Abu Dhabi resulted in a reduced number of COVID-19 cases in the region. As a result, sanitary ware manufacturers resume full-scale manufacturing of various sanitary ware components such as wash basins, closets, sinks, and bathtubs. Moreover, in 2021, with the increasing government investment in construction, several other industries such as hospitality & tourism have flourished, which would further escalate the market growth.