The free standing commercial greenhouse market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.86% by 2024. The market for the free-standing commercial greenhouse is expected to grow over the next five years keeping in view its suitability for the growth of warm-season vegetables. Also, this greenhouse is highly suitable for the growth of desert crops. It is majorly used in countries where the farm income is less since it is one of the most basic forms of greenhouse structure. Region wise, Europe is expected to hold a significant market share followed by the Middle East and Africa, which is expected to be the fastest growing market during the forecast period.
Due to their low cost, free standing commercial greenhouses offer an opportunity for farmers of low-income countries for further expansion.
Suitable for the growth of warm-season vegetables providing a year-round availability.
In the case of addition of extra features like plumbing, can add to extra cost making it quite expensive for the growers of low-income countries.
Prevalence of traditional agriculture.
On 14th February 2018, Gotham Greens, a company based in New York, a hydroponic grower of leafy greens has announced the opening of its freestanding greenhouse in Pullman in order to grow its business in Chicago.
The major players profiled in the global free-standing commercial greenhouse market include GGS Structures Inc., DeCloet Greenhouse Manufacturing Ltd., Westbrook Greenhouse Systems LTD., Rimol Greenhouse Systems, Inc., Paul Boers Ltd., Merchney Greenhouses, Nexus Corporation, BW GLOBAL Structures Inc., and Omni Structures International.
The free-standing commercial greenhouse market has been analyzed through following segments:
Fruits and Vegetables
Flowers and Ornamentals
Middle East and Africa