Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Geosynthetics installation involves the installation of synthetic materials as part of civil engineering and infrastructure projects. These materials are artificially created and their lightweight and durable characteristics allow them to be used in a variety of functions, such as for material separation, structure reinforcement, fluid separation, fluid drainage and fluid containment. Most of these functions are used in public and private infrastructure construction and waste and water management across agriculture, mining and related industries.
Over the past five years, the Geosynthetics Installation industry has faced a moderate level of volatility due to the global financial crisis... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
The industry has a medium level of concentration with the four largest players contributing about 35% to 38% of annual industry revenue, and the two largest players alone accounting for 27.8% of revenue in 2013-14.
The degree of market concentration has been increasing over the past five years with the largest player, Fabtech, lifting its share from about 10% of revenue in the late 2000s to currently about 18.9% of industry revenue, by capturing much of the installation work on coal seam gas developments in Queensland and New South Wales.
Most players in the industry are small, vertically integrated companies offering geosynthetics design, manufacturing, installation and testing services... purchase to read more