United Arab Emirates Tourism Industry – Focusing on Dubai & Abu Dhabi

Date: November 23, 2010
Pages: 28
US$ 700.00
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Publisher: Ken Research Private Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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United Arab Emirates Tourism Industry – Focusing on Dubai & Abu Dhabi
The report titled “United Arab Emirates Tourism Industry – Focusing on Dubai & Abu Dhabi” focuses on UAE tourism and offers an analysis of the tourism market in the country. It analyzes the economic and political environment in the emirate. The report discusses in detail spending on tourism and development, leisure tourism along with the forecasts. The report also talks about tourism industry in Dubai and Abu Dhabi separately discussing tourism development and attraction, hotel and food industry, travel and transport industry and infrastructure development and construction industry. We have also discussed trends and business opportunities in the country in the tourism sector.

Executive Summary

In recent years, Construction Industry is the fastest growing industry with no sign of decline in near future. With growing population and income level demand for residential and non-residential buildings is rising, especially in developing regions this industry has outperformed. China is running ahead from India in terms of population, technology and construction as well, while India’s construction sector is also competing on the same grounds with keeping Mumbai the most on-demand place.

Urbanization is one of the driving factors supporting the industry growth, also rising population; GDP and purchasing power have marked the industry growth. Construction machinery plays a key role in the construction industry with Asia-Pacific stands on top for construction machinery demand. . The US, Japan, Germany, France and the UK are the biggest manufacturers of heavy construction equipment.

The direct impact of construction industry growth will leave on employment, which is expected to grow at the end of 2010 with continuous rising demand for more construction; even demand supply gap is expected as the demand is more and resources are less.

The present study is based on global construction industry demand and opportunities. Here we have analysed construction machinery and equipment market and future projections with market analysis of United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Asia (India, Singapore and China). The report talk about recent industry trends like green building prefabricated housing etc. Also the report presents the business, financials and strategies of major players- Caterpillar Inc., Komatsu ltd., Deere & company and Balfour Beatty.

Most importantly, the report has given the industry forecast based on correlation of past drivers, challenges and opportunities for expansion. In this way, the report presents a complete and coherent analysis of the global construction and construction equipment industry.

Key Findings
  • The global market size of the construction chemicals market is expected to reach US$30-35 billion by 2015. In the construction chemicals market, non residential construction is the largest product segment in terms of end use.
  • In US, The construction equipment is expected to become more costly as new laws for emission standards for off road engines would become more stringent.
  • The construction market in the UK increased 1% in comparison to the previous year and was valued US$203 billion in 2008.
  • In 2009, the construction sector in Singapore enjoyed strong double-digit growth for the third consecutive year, achieving a record level of on-site construction activity or output of US$27-US$20 billion.
  • The construction industry in Belgium is very strong and profitable sector with an annual turnover of US$35 billion in 2009. Both, residential and non-residential sectors are equally contributing in the growth of the overall industry.
  • In recent years, green technology and sustainable development has seen an increased interest and attention across Europe.
  • Construction equipment is a major sub-sector in Egypt's substantial construction industry, with an annual growth of 15% over the last three years (2006-2008). Demand on used equipment is growing, due to price differentials.

Scope of this research
  • The report provides all the crucial company information required for business and competitor intelligence needs.
  • Contains a study of the major internal and external factors affecting the industry in the form of industry trends and examination of leading industry players.
  • Data is supplemented with details on the industry past performance, present analysis and future projections; also opportunities present in many countries.

1.1 Demand for Construction Chemicals
1.2 Construction Machinery Demand Trends
1.3 Construction and Mining Heavy Machinery Demand Trends


2.1 Construction Machinery Demand Trends
2.2 Non Residential Building Construction


3.1 United Kingdom Market Size and Growth Opportunities


4.1 India Market Size and Growth Opportunities
  4.1.1 Demand for New and Used Equipments
4.2 Opportunities in Singapore Construction Industry
4.3 Opportunities in China Construction Industry
4.4 Australia Market Size and Growth Opportunities
  4.4.1 Infrastructure Development Plays a Key Role
  4.4.2 Changing Demand Trends


5.1 Green Building Trend Taking a Move in Belgium
5.2 Changing Trends in Construction Industry in Saudi Arabia
5.3 Prefabricated Housing Demand Expected to Grow Stronger
5.4 Moderate Growth Expected in German Construction Industry
5.5 A Continuous Demand Expected in Nigeria Construction Industry
5.6 Outlook of Construction Industry in Egypt


6.1 Caterpillar Inc.
  6.1.1 Business Overview
  6.1.2 Financial Performance
  6.1.3 Business Strategies
6.2 Komatsu Ltd.
  6.2.1 Business Overview
  6.2.2 Financial Performance
  6.2.3 Business Strategies
6.3 Deere & Company
  6.3.1 Business Overview
  6.3.2 Financial Performance
  6.3.3 Business Strategies
6.4 Balfour Beatty plc
  6.4.1 Business Overview
  6.4.2 Financial Performance
  6.4.3 Business Strategies


Figure: US Construction Machinery Demand by Industry Segments in 2009
Figure: Construction Expenditures in US, 2002-2008
Figure: Non-Residential Building Construction Expenditures in US, 2002-2008
Figure: US Non-residential Construction Expenditures by Sector in, 2009
Figure: Forecast for Non-Residential Building Construction Expenditures in US, 2009-2012E
Figure: Deere & Company Net Sales, 2007-2009
Figure: Deere & Company Operating Profit & Net Income, 2007-2009
Figure: Balfour Beatty Revenues, 2008 & 2009


Table: UK Construction Market, 2006-2008
Table: UK Construction products and services Market Forecast, 2008, 2012E, & 2015E
Table: Australia Construction Turnover by Sectors, 2009-2011E
Table: Caterpillar Sales and Revenues by Geography, 3Q09 & 3Q10
Table: Komatsu ltd. Net Sales by Operating Segments, 2008-2010
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