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Soft services set to 'continue to dominate' FM sector

30 July 2018

Accounting for the largest share of the FM market, soft FM services are expected to continue to drive the majority of contracts for the next few years, according to a recent industry report.

Examining the sector on an international basis, The Facility Management Services Market report looks at current trends, developing patterns, competitive analysis and regional development, according to publisher Garner Insights.

Although no figures were included in the announcement, it justified its soft services claim as being driven by the growth in the need for e-waste management in corporate buildings, in addition to cleaning, hygiene and administrative support.

Details of the threats and constraints are also examined, along with consideration of growth factors and opportunities.

The report is divided into 13 chapters, including segments for product types, technology, applications, end users, industry verticals and regions.

Covering both hard and soft services, the report's publisher states that it is compiled from both primary and secondary sources and verified using industry analysts.

Types of facilities covered by the report include commercial, residential and public sector buildings.

Those wishing to view the report can do so here.

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