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Commercial Cleaning Services in Australia: Market Research Report

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Commercial Cleaning Services Market Research Report | ANZSIC N7311 | May 2014

Cleaning out: Increases in business outsourcing help drive industry growth

The Commercial Cleaning Services market research report provides key industry analysis and industry statistics, measures market size, analyzes current and future industry trends and shows market share for the industry’s largest companies. IBISWorld publishes the largest collection of industry reports so you can see an industry’s supply chain, economic drivers and key buyers and markets.

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Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
$8bn
Annual Growth 09-14
2.2%
Annual Growth 14-19
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Profit
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Employment
122,900
Businesses
27,500
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

Demand for cleaning services is strong and stable, driven by trends in non-dwelling construction activity and the outsourcing of cleaning services. Governments and businesses are increasingly outsourcing cleaning as they concentrate on their core activities and services and seek out cost efficiencies in operations. Further, a rise in demand for residential cleaning services is resulting from high- and dual-income households and the progressive ageing of the population. Many in-home, aged-care programs now offer cleaning services, particularly for disabled people.

Industry clients are increasingly seeking to bundle cleaning, catering, security, maintenance and related services under a single, multi-service contract arrangement... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter

Cleaning involves a high degree of direct labour input, from liaising with clients to the actual cleaning tasks involved. There is also a limited level of capital requirements in the industry. Some investment in efficient cleaning equipment, such as floor cleaners, can increase labour productivity and lower labour costs, compared with undertaking these tasks manually.

To calculate the capital intensity level, IBISWorld uses data from the industry cost structure. Depreciation is used as a proxy for capital and wages are used as a proxy for labour. In 2013-14, for every dollar allocated for depreciation expenses or capital investments (such as for the use and replacement of buildings, vehicles and equipment), approximately $11.41 is required for labour inputs and wages... purchase to read more

 


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What is the Commercial Cleaning Services Industry?

Firms in this industry provide a wide range of commercial and domestic cleaning services. These services include specialised commercial and industrial cleaning services and the general cleaning of floors, windows and blinds within offices, factories, homes and other buildings. The industry’s services exclude carpet cleaning, shampooing services, steam cleaning and the sandblasting of building exteriors.

Industry Products
Interior building cleaning servicesExterior building and window cleaning servicesWashroom servicesStreet and road cleaning servicesResidential cleaning servicesIndustrial cleaning servicesOther cleaning services
 
Industry Activities
Bathroom and toilet cleaningBuilding interior and exterior cleaning (excluding sandblasting and steam cleaning)Chimney and duct cleaningGutter cleaningJanitorial servicesHouse and residential building cleaning Office and commercial building cleaningRoad and street cleaningTransport equipment cleaningWindow cleaning


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