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The future of the construction aggregate market in Brazil looks good with opportunities in the infrastructure, residential, and non-residential construction industries. The major growth drivers for this market are growth in residential and non-residential construction activities, increasing urbanization, and rising per capita income.
Emerging trends which have a direct impact on the dynamics of the construction aggregate market include increasing adoption of pea gravel and the growing use of recycled stone.
A total of 25 figures / charts and 12 tables are provided in this 60-page report to help in your business decisions. Sample figures with some insights are shown below. To learn the scope of, benefits, companies researched and other details of construction aggregate market report in Brazil download the report brochure.
Construction Aggregate Market in Brazil by Segment:
2014-2025 (US $M) (Randomized Data)
Trends and Forecasts for Construction Aggregate Market in Brazil:
2014-2025 (US $M) (Randomized Data)
The study includes market size and forecast for the construction aggregate market in Brazil through 2025, segmented by end use, and product type as follows:
Construction Aggregate Market by End Use [Value ($ Billion) and Volume (Billion Metric Tons) from 2014 to 2025]:
Construction Aggregate Market by Product Type [Value ($ Billion) and Volume (Billion Metric Tons) from 2014 to 2025]:
Sand and Gravel
On the basis of comprehensive research, Lucintel forecasts that crushed stone will remain the largest product type over the forecast period due to its high durability. Lucintel predicts that sand and gravel will witness the highest growth during the forecast period due to its easy availability and low price. The growth for the sand and gravel segment will also be driven due to increasing demand in the residential industry.
Within the construction aggregate market, infrastructure will remain the largest end use market during the forecast period due to increasing infrastructure development especially in emerging countries and growing government focus on infrastructure projects. Residential construction is expected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period.
Some of the features of “Opportunities for the Construction Aggregate Market in Brazil 2014-2025: Trends, Forecast and Competitive Analysis” include:
Market size estimates: Construction aggregate market size estimation in terms of value ($B) and volume (Billion Metric Tons) shipment.
Trend and forecast analysis: Market trend (2014-2019) and forecast (2020-2025) by end use and use industry.
Segmentation analysis: Construction aggregate market size by end use type, and product in terms of value and volume shipment.
Growth opportunities: Analysis on growth opportunities in different by end use, and product type in the construction aggregate market.
Analysis of competitive intensity of the industry based on Porter’s Five Forces model.
This report addresses the following 7 key questions:
Q.1. What are some of the most promising, high-growth opportunities for the construction aggregate market in Brazil by end use [infrastructure, residential, and non residential (healthcare, education, hospitality, retail, office, and others)], and product type (sand and gravel, crushed stone, and other aggregates)?
Q.2. Which product segment will grow at a faster pace and why?
Q.3. What are the key factors affecting market dynamics? What are the drivers, challenges, and business risks in this construction aggregate market?
Q.4. What are the business risks and competitive threats in this construction aggregate market?
Q.5. What are the emerging trends in this construction aggregate market and the reasons behind them?
Q.6. What are some of the changing demands of customers in the construction aggregate market?
Q.7. What are the new developments in the construction aggregate market and which companies are leading these developments?