Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the global industrial floor scrubber market. In terms of revenue, the global industrial floor scrubber market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of ~9% during the forecast period, owing to numerous factors regarding which TMR offers thorough insights and forecasts in the global industrial floor scrubber market report.
In the report, TMR predicts that the global industrial floor scrubber market would be largely driven by factors such as increase in healthcare services and rising health concerns. Rise in demand for floor scrubbers due to the current outbreak of COVID-19 (as it helps in improving sanitation operations), adoption of green and sustainable technology, and penetration in developing nations are set to drive the global industrial floor scrubber market during the forecast period.
According to the industrial floor scrubber market report, the product type segment includes ride- on scrubbers, robotic scrubbers, and walk-behind scrubbers; the application segment comprises government, health & pharmaceuticals, hospitality, manufacturing & warehousing, retail & food, transportation, and others. In terms of product type, walk-behind industrial floor scrubbers account for major share. Increase in spread of coronavirus in various countries coupled with affordability, low maintenance cost, and easy operation for small and confined spaces contributes majorly to the expansion of this segment. The segment is projected to expand at a significant rate in the near future.
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Demand for ride-on and robotic floor scrubbers is anticipated to increase during the forecast period. This can be attributed to increasing demand for more efficient products and rising labor shortage in developed countries. Additionally, demand for automatic and self-sufficient floor scrubbers are anticipated to increase during the forecast period with manufacturing units, warehouse units, and other commercial units becoming larger.
In terms of application, the manufacturing & warehousing segment accounted for 42.1% of the market share in 2019. The global outbreak of coronavirus has resulted in closure of many manufacturing companies, which has impacted the growth of the industrial floor scrubbers market in 2020.
The traditional method of cleaning is time consuming and tiresome. Floor scrubbers provide an easier cleaning process, quicker dry times, covers large surface areas, and better efficiency. Floor scrubbers have less maintenance and operational cost, which will help to drive the market during the forecast period.
Design teams of companies in the industrial floor scrubbers market have already began work in the sphere of robotics to meet the needs of clients. For instance, Avidbots is gaining increased recognition in the industrial floor scrubber market for its first-of-its-kind Neo Version 1.7 autonomous floor scrubbing robot that boosts productivity levels across industries. Manufacturers are increasing efforts to integrate the industry’s highest quality motors and actuators to deploy long battery life in autonomous floor scrubbing robots.
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End users are spoilt with a plethora of options in industrial floor scrubbers. Comac SpA-a European manufacturer of industrial scrubbing machines, is increasing its marketing efforts to increase the uptake of its Comac C85 Non Stop Cleaning (NSC) machine that recycles water used for floor cleaning. Thus, the act of recycling water in cutting-edge industrial floor scrubbers is boosting the credibility of companies that help to reduce the ecological impact of cleaning operations.
Manual cleaning is highly preferred to reach small spaces and tight corners, which is virtually challenging in conventional industrial floor scrubbers. However, mopping hard floors can leave the floors wet for a long time, resulting in slips and trips and undesirable mess when people cross over wet surfaces, thus rendering the main motive of cleaning as inefficient. Hence, companies in the industrial floor scrubber market are capitalizing on the limitations in manual cleaning to boost sales of their machines.