Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market Size Set to Expand at Significant CAGR of 7.31%

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Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market

BlueWeave Consulting, a leading strategic consulting and market research firm, in its recent study, estimated the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Marketsize at USD 493.46 million in 2022. During the forecast period between 2023 and 2029, BlueWeave expects the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Marketsize to grow at a significant CAGR of 7.31% reaching a value of USD 753.51 million by 2029. Major growth drivers for the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market include an increasing surge in the value of residential construction and rising household spending. Notably, the tourism and hospitality industry’s expansion has contributed to the demand for sanitary ware in accommodations. Consumers in the Middle East and Africa region show a preference for modern and aesthetically pleasing bathroom designs, leading to an increasing demand for innovative sanitary ware products. Also, there is a growing trend toward water-efficient sanitary ware solutions amid concerns about water scarcity. As a result, such aspects are expected to boost the expansion of the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market during the forecast period. However, high initial investment costs and competition from low-cost alternatives are anticipated to restrain the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market during the period in analysis.

Impact of COVID-19 on Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market

COVID-19 pandemic adversely affected the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market. Lockdowns, supply chain disruptions, and economic uncertainties led to project delays and reduced consumer spending. However, the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market demonstrated resilience, adapting to changing consumer preferences with an increased focus on hygiene and sanitation. The pandemic accelerated the demand for touchless and antimicrobial sanitary ware products. E-commerce channels gained prominence as consumers shifted towards online purchasing. Despite persistent challenges, the sanitary ware industry demonstrated its ability to innovate and meet evolving needs, positioning itself for recovery and future growth in the post-pandemic landscape.

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Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market – By End User

Based on end user, the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market is divided into Residential, Commercial, and Institutional segments. The commercial segment holds the highest share in the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market by end user, due to the expanding hospitality, healthcare, and commercial infrastructure sectors. Increased construction of hotels, hospitals, offices, and public facilities drives demand for sanitary ware products. Moreover, stringent regulations and standards for hygiene in these commercial spaces necessitate the installation of high quality sanitary ware. As the region witnesses ongoing urbanization and development projects, the commercial segment remains a key driver for the sanitary ware market’s growth, contributing to its prominent market share.

Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market – By Country

Geographically, the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market is covers major countries in the regions including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, South Africa, Nigeria, Algeria, and Rest of MEA. The construction sector in Dubai, a key player in the UAE industry, boasts over 3,200 active projects, contributing to an estimated revenue exceeding USD 245 billion. A parallel surge in demand for sanitary ware accompanies this growth due to the products’ extensive use in construction. Saudi Arabia, leading the Middle East in construction, benefits from a burgeoning population and rapid urbanization, particularly in industrial projects and logistics facilities. The infrastructure market in Saudi Arabia is rebounding with increased project expenditure and consistent government payments to contractors. Ongoing initiatives like the Makkah Metro and airport expansions further bolster growth, presenting lucrative opportunities for the sanitary ware market. Lecico Egypt, a prominent player, manufactures tiles and sanitary ware products, marketing them strategically across the Middle East and Africa, with a focus on ceramic tiles in Egypt and Lebanon.

Competitive Landscape

Major players operating in the Middle East and Africa Sanitary Ware Market include Saudi Ceramics, Forsan Ceramics, RAK Ceramics, George Buildings, Sanipex Group, Al-Futtaim TOTO UAE, Al Ghamdi Company, AL-Omran Group, and Roca Sanitario SA. To further enhance their market share, these companies employ various strategies, including mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, joint ventures, license agreements, and new product launches.

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