Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Technological advancements in the appearance, durability and safety attributes of artificial turf have seen it become increasingly accepted as a substitute for natural grass in gardens and sports fields across Australia. Water restrictions have encouraged households, businesses, governments and sporting bodies to explore alternatives to natural grass.
Over the five years through 2015-16, the Artificial Grass Turf Installation industry is projected to generate solid revenue growth of an annualised 3.3%. This expansion has been supported by households and sporting clubs installing recreational turf... purchase to read more
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Barriers to entry for the industry are considered low. This is largely due to the significantly low level of capital required for entry. While the more advanced industry operators may incorporate laser levelling systems for levelling lawn and dirt before the application of artificial grass turf, though most contractors lease equipment requirements or subcontract work to operators with machinery. Generally businesses require basic capital equipment such as gardening tools, compactors and transportation vehicles.
Similarly, the industry requires a relatively low level of skill to undertake small-scale projects, which further lowers the entry barriers... purchase to read more