By Type (Hard (District Cooling, Building Management, Plumbing Apparatus, Pumps, Sanitary units, etc., Electrical Installation, Energy Management, Air Conditioning System, Roads & Street Lighting Syst Read more
By Type (Hard (District Cooling, Building Management, Plumbing Apparatus, Pumps, Sanitary units, etc., Electrical Installation, Energy Management, Air Conditioning System, Roads & Street Lighting System, Others), Soft (Cleaning, Catering, Pest Control, Landscaping, Others), Risk (Insurance Management, Security, Disaster Management, Reserve/Sinking Fund, Others), Administrative (Mail Management, Front Office Management, Space Planning & Management, Inventory Management, Others), By Operating Model (In-House, Outsourced), By Service Delivery (Integrated, Bundled, Single Services), By End Users (Commercial, Residential, Government, Retail, Education, Healthcare, Hospitality, Others), By Enterprise Size (Large, Mid-Size, Small), By Country (South Africa, Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Zambia, Kenya, Others), By Company
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An increased level of initiatives by the African governments has positively impacted the Africa Facility Management market. Under Egypt Vision 2030, several construction projects for commercial, hospitality, and retail sectors have been introduced, which would boost the demand for facility management services in the region. Moreover, the development plan ‘Tunisia 2020’ includes several projects in the tourism, energy and utilities, education, healthcare, industrial, and housing sectors that are being introduced in the country, thereby strongly contributing to the growth of the Africa Facility Management market.
According to the MarkNtel Advisors’ research report titled “Africa Facility Management Services Market Analysis, 2020”, the Facility Management market is projected to register a CAGR of around 7% during 2020-25. There is a gradual shift toward outsourcing model among the end-users of facility management due to increased emphasis on core business operations and financial savings. The outsourced facility management services are expected to overtake in-house facility management services by 2021. The utilization of outsourced facility management is rising at a faster pace for services such as security, pest control, cleaning, energy management, waste management, etc. However, the in-house services captured the highest market share in the Africa Facility Management market in 2019 and the key factors responsible for not outsourcing facility management services are adequate satisfaction with in-house services, low budget, perceived high risks, etc.
The key players with a considerable market share in the African Facility Management market include Bidvest, Tsebo, Excellerate Services, Broll Property, Atalian Servest, etc. According to MarkNtel Advisors, the companies are expanding their operations by establishing their physical presence in different countries and through collaborations to gain a competitive edge in the industry. For instance, Tsebo launched its business in Egypt which also expanded its services to cleaning and facility management in 2019. In addition, Cushman & Wakefield and Broll signed an agreement in 2019 to provide FM services to the entire sub-Saharan Africa region.
Key Questions Answered in the Market Research Report
What are the key overall market statistics or market estimates (Market Overview, Market Size- By Value, Forecast Numbers, Market Segmentation, Market Shares) of Africa facility management market?
What are the region wise industry size, growth drivers and challenges key market trends?
What are the key innovations, technology upgrades, opportunities, regulations, growth drivers and challenges in the Africa facility management market?
Who are the key competitors or market players and how they perform in Africa facility management market on the basis of competitive benchmarking matrix?
What are the key results derived from the market surveys conducted during the course of Africa facility management market study?
Market Outlook, Segmentation and Statistics
Industry Potential & Outlook
Industry Segmentation & Outlook
By Operating Model
By Service Delivery
By End Users
By Enterprise Size
Strategic Factorial Indexing
Competitor Placement in MarkNtel Quadrant
Africa Facility Management Market Regulations
Africa Facility Management Services Market, Customer Buying Behaviour
Africa Facility Management Market Winning Strategies
Africa Facility Management Market Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Africa Facility Management Market Pricing Analysis
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What would be the growth rate or CAGR of Africa facility management market during 2020-25?
A. The market size of Africa facility management market during 2020-25 is forecast to be around 7%.
Q. Which type of facility management services would grab the highest market share during 2020-25?
A. It is forecast that hard facility management services will dominate the market with majority market share, with market size registering considerably higher CAGR due to the hot and humid weather conditions in the country.
Q. Who are the key competitors or players operating in Africa facility management market?
A. Bidvest, Tsebo, Excellerate Services, Broll Property, Atalian Servest are few of the leading players in the Africa facility management market.
Q. Does the report scope cover facility management type wise market statistics also?
A. Yes, the scope of the report encompass detailed facility management type wise statistics such as market size, market segmentation based on various subcategories.
Q. Which operational model would emerge as an opportunity area for players in facility management?
A.The In-house services captured the highest market share in the Africa facility management market due to satisfaction with in-house services, low budget, perceived high risk.
1.1. Product Definition
1.2. Research Process
1.4. Market Segmentation
2. Executive Summary
3. Expert Verbatim- What our Experts Say?
4. Macroeconomic Outlook
5. Africa Facility Management Market Outlook (2015-2025)
5.1. Industry Potential & Outlook
5.1.1. By Revenues
5.2. Industry Segmentation & Outlook
5.2.1. By Type
5.2.2. By Operating Model
5.2.3. By Service Delivery
18.104.22.168. Single Services
5.2.4. By End Users
5.2.5. By Enterprise Size
5.2.6. By Country
22.214.171.124. South Africa
126.96.36.199. Ivory Coast
5.2.7. By Company
188.8.131.52. Revenue Shares
184.108.40.206. Strategic Factorial Indexing
220.127.116.11. Competitor Placement in MarkNtel Quadrant
6. Africa Hard Facility Management Market Outlook (2015- 2025)
6.1. Industry Potential & Outlook
6.1.1. By Revenues
6.2. Industry Segmentation & Outlook
6.2.1. By Type
18.104.22.168. District Cooling
22.214.171.124. Building Management
126.96.36.199. Plumbing Apparatus, Pumps, Sanitary units, etc.
188.8.131.52. Electrical Installation
184.108.40.206. Energy Management
220.127.116.11. Air Conditioning System
18.104.22.168. Roads & Street Lighting System
6.2.2. By Operating Model
6.2.3. By Service Delivery
6.2.4. By End User
6.2.5. By Enterprise Size
6.2.6. By Region
7. Africa Soft Facility Management Market Outlook (2015-2025)
7.1. Industry Potential & Outlook
7.1.1. By Revenues
7.2. Industry Segmentation & Outlook
7.2.1. By Type
22.214.171.124. Cleaning Services
126.96.36.199. Pest Control
7.2.2. By Operating Model
7.2.3. By Service Delivery
7.2.4. By End User
7.2.5. By Enterprise Size
7.2.6. By Region
8. Africa Risk Facility Management Market Outlook (2015-2025)
8.1. Industry Potential & Outlook
8.1.1. By Revenues
8.2. Industry Segmentation & Outlook
8.2.1. By Type
188.8.131.52. Insurance Management
184.108.40.206. Disaster Management
220.127.116.11. Reserve/Sinking Fund
8.2.2. By Operating Model
8.2.3. By Service Delivery
8.2.4. By End User
8.2.5. By Enterprise Size
8.2.6. By Region
9. Africa Administrative Facility Management Market Outlook (2015-2025)
9.1. Industry Potential & Outlook
9.1.1. By Revenues
9.2. Industry Segmentation & Outlook
9.2.1. By Type
18.104.22.168. Mail Management
22.214.171.124. Front Office Management
126.96.36.199. Space Planning & Management
188.8.131.52. Inventory Management
9.2.2. By Operating Model
9.2.3. By Service Delivery
9.2.4. By End User
9.2.5. By Enterprise Size
9.2.6. By Region
10. Africa Facility Management Market Regulations
11. Africa Facility Management Market Trends & Developments
12. Africa Facility Management Market Dynamics
13. Africa Facility Management Services Market, Customer Buying Behaviour, 2019
13.1.Factors Influencing Customer’s Decision
13.2.Priority Matrix of Customer’s Need
13.3.Customer and Service Provider Proximity Analysis
14. Africa Facility Management Market Winning Strategies, 2019
15. Africa Facility Management Market Attractiveness Index, 2019- 2025
15.2.By Operating Model
15.3.By End Users
15.4.By Service Delivery
15.5.By Enterprise Size
16. Africa Facility Management Market Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
17. Africa Facility Management Market Pricing Analysis, 2019