The Australia and New Zealand cross laminated timber (CLT) market reached a value of US$ 68.3 Million in 2021. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to reach US$ 252.6 Million by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 22.90% during 2022-2027.
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Cross-laminated timber (CLT) arrived in Australia and New Zealand later than in Europe and North America, and rapidly gained popularity within the engineering community. It is preferred across both the residential and non-residential sectors owing to its advantageous characteristics such as dimensional stability, versatility, strength, easy and faster installation, low greenhouse gas emissions, light weight, and aesthetic appearance. On account of growing environmental concerns, the demand for green buildings is increasing in Australia and New Zealand. In line with this, builders are focusing on better construction practices and opportunities for innovation with new materials and techniques as well as business strategies and industry transformation. CLT has been identified as one of the materials with prospects for contribution in all of these areas.
List of Major Key Players:
The major players operating in the Australia and New Zealand CLT market include :
- KALIA LTD (KLH:Australian Stock Exchange Ltd)
- STORA ENSO OYJ (SEOAY)
- Binderholz GmbH
- XLam etc.
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Australia and New Zealand CLT Industry Trends and Drivers:
The eco-friendly nature of CLT makes it a promising alternative to concrete as a core construction material. Owing to this, the governments in Australia and New Zealand are encouraging consumers to shift towards wood panels. For instance, Tasmania has adopted a state-wide Wood Encouragement Policy (WEP), whereas, the Rotorua Lakes Council in New Zealand is encouraging the use of natural timber-based products in construction. As a result, the share of green-rated buildings is further anticipated to increase, thereby intensifying the demand for CLT in infrastructural constructions. Moreover, technical advancements coupled with the aesthetic value of CLT has led several construction companies in Australian and New Zealand to build structures over 10 storeys in commercial spaces.
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Australia and New Zealand CLT Market Summary:
Breakup by Application:
In Australia, the CLT market has been segmented as detached houses, residential units and non-residential units. Currently, non-residential units dominate the market, holding the largest share. This can be attributed to the growing preference for sustainable building materials like CLT which reduce fresh water consumption, enhance indoor environment quality and help in keeping the environment clean by generating zero waste during production.
In New Zealand, the market has been bifurcated into residential and commercial units. Amongst these, residential units exhibit a clear dominance as cross-laminated timber is better suited for multi-storey buildings.
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