World Commercial Laundry Machinery Sales to Reach $3.6 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts

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Global market for commercial laundry machinery is expected to reach $3.6 billion by 2015, driven by rising demand from under-penetrated markets of Asia and Latin America. Besides, customer moves towards high value equipment featuring improved functionality, water and energy efficiency comprises another driving factor.

Commercial Laundry Machinery: A Global Strategic Business Report

Commercial laundry machinery refers to appliances or equipment that find application in professional laundry set-ups. Modern high-end laundry appliances not only command good looks, but also are robust and precision engineered. Currently, laundry equipment such as washers and dryers are equipped with several advanced features thereby forming an ideal choice for processing of expensive clothing and delicate fabrics. Latest technologies in the commercial laundry machinery market are focused on energy efficiency and improving cycle time.

The United States and Europe account for a major share of the global market, as reported in a recent study published by Global Industry Analysts Inc. The markets are expected to post modest growth driven by continued increase in population and rise in replacement sales. Demand from developing markets of Asia and Latin America is expected to be strong, primarily driven by increased laundry needs and rise in disposable incomes. Increased outsourcing of linen and garment cleaning by large institutions such as hotels, hospitals, airlines is expected to boost the market for commercial laundry services in countries such as China.

Washers and extractors account for the maximum chunk of sales of commercial laundry machinery followed by commercial dryers and presses. Manufacturers in the dryers market
are currently focused on developing dryers with features such as reduced noise emissions, user friendliness, drying speed, energy efficiency and other latest technologies.

The commercial laundry machinery industry comprises companies engaged in manufacturing professional or nonresidential laundry equipment such as washers, extractors and dryers. Some of the key players profiled in the study include Alliance Laundry Systems L.L.C, American Dryer Corporation, Electrolux Laundry Systems, Forenta L.P., G.A. Braun, Girbau S.A., GE Appliances, Kannegiesser UK Limited, Lavatec Inc., Miele Inc., Pellerin Milnor Corporation, Primus Belgium, The Dexter Company, Wascomat Laundry Equipment, and Whirlpool Corporation.

The report titled "Commercial Laundry Machinery: A Global Strategic Business Report" published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc., covers major market dynamics, trends, issues, and competition pertaining to the market. The report enumerates recent product introductions/innovations, developments, clinical trials, and mergers, acquisitions and other strategic industry activities. Product segments analyzed in the study include Washers, Commercial Dryers, Presses and Drycleaning Equipment. Analysis is presented for the time periods 2001-2005 and 2006-2015 for emerging and established markets including The United States, Canada, Japan, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, UK, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.

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