U.S. Street Sweeper Market Size and Share:
According to Reports and Insights Analysis, The U.S. street sweeper market is expected to reach at a value of US$ 1,136.2 Mn by 2030 end at a CAGR of 6.7%.
A dirty environment makes it easier for contagious diseases like cholera, dengue fever, and malaria to outspread fast.
Municipal corporations are spending a sizable portion of their income on waste management as a result to stop the spread of infectious viral infections.
In metropolitan areas, street sweeper machines collect trash using brooms and mechanical or vacuum technologies.
Private businesses that perform street, parking lot, driveway, and other asphalt sweeping services make up the street cleaning services sector. Street sweepers owned and run by municipalities are not included in this industry, either. Because of this, businesses with parking lots that need to be maintained and cleaned account for the majority of demand. Stable economic conditions for the majority of the five years leading up to 2021 allowed small firms to invest in parking lot cleaning services, increasing demand for industry services. In addition, neighborhood associations and municipal governments have started using private street cleaners in place of government sweepers.
This market study on the global U.S. street sweeper market aims to cover market dynamics such as market drivers, challenges/restraints, and opportunities for the market players. It will also cover market segmentation outlook, U.S. street sweeper market trend, regional outlook, U.S. street sweeper market size, and market share, as well as industry and product insights, SWOT analysis, Porter's five force analysis, PESTEL analysis, heat map analysis, market forecast, and the major players operating in the U.S. street sweeper market.
Scope of the Report:
Market size available for the years
By Technology, By Applications, By Propulsions, and By Region
Federal Signal Corporation, Elgin Sweeper Company, The Fayat Group, Ceksan, Victory Sweepers, Stewart-Amos Sweeper Co., BUCHER, TYMCO Inc., Alamo Group Inc., Global Environmental Products, Inc., LayMor Sweepers, Tennant Company
U.S. Street Sweeper Market Drivers:
In the last five years, there has been a significant increase in the demand for street sweepers due to the high rate of urbanization and the quick industrialization in developed regions like the U.S. During the forecast period, this is anticipated to lead to the greatest opportunity in the global street sweeper market.
- Municipal corporations in these areas spend a lot of money on garbage management and city cleaning.
- Market dominators in the global market for street sweepers are launching new products to keep up with the competition.
- The demand for electric street sweepers from municipal corporation end users is developing quickly, thus major players are launching them to meet it.
U.S. Street Sweeper Market Restraints:
The increased attention to the environment and globalization has given both new and established firms new opportunities to create electronic sweepers. While the development of electric vehicles is a source of significant revenue and market share gain for new and large players, it is becoming a barrier for other small and medium-sized firms that made diesel and CNG/Gasoline-powered sweepers.
To develop or acquire new technology to produce e-sweepers, businesses are investing millions of dollars in funding. Companies that have developed technology are benefiting from the blue ocean strategy and expanding their market share, while competitors are losing both. For the players, this will probably continue to be a short- to medium-term limitation.
U.S. Street Sweeper Market Opportunities:
The world gets warmer as a result of greenhouse gases that trap heat. Notably, the majority of the increase in greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere over the past 150 years may be attributed to humanitarian activities. Burning fossil fuels for heat, electricity, and transportation in the US is the main cause of greenhouse gas emissions from humanitarian activities. According to the Clean Air Act, the United States EPA is in charge of monitoring and managing greenhouse gas emissions. This legal clarification was initially upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2007.
Due to the increasingly stringent government requirements, the top producers of street sweepers in the United States are always coming up with innovations and introducing them to the market to comply with the rules and expand their product lines on international markets.
Taking the well-known Broom Bear mechanical sweeper as an example, Elgin Sweeper Company, a leading street sweeper manufacturer in North America, has recently started customer evaluations of a plug-in hybrid electric version of the machine. Therefore, it is anticipated that these factors would soon present the street sweeper market with significant potential opportunities.
U.S. Street Sweeper Market Segmentation Outlook:
The U.S. street sweeper marker is segmented on the basis of technology, applications, and propulsion
U.S. Street Sweeper Market, by Technology:
Mechanical Broom Sweeper
Regenerative Air Sweeper
U.S. Street Sweeper Market, by Applications:
U.S. Street Sweeper Market, by Propulsion:
According to estimates, the street sweeper market is fairly consolidated. According to estimates, key competitors’ control between 70 and 80 percent of the street sweeper business in the United States.
In the United States, tier-2 and tier-3 firms are anticipated to hold between 20 and 30 percent of the market. Participants in the small and medium-sized markets are concentrating on marketing techniques, bolstering their distribution networks, and working on R&D to create new technologies.