The Spain commercial greenhouse market was valued at 2,196.861 million in the year 2018 and it held a significant share in the market due to the presence of good number of greenhouses in the south eastern Spain. Almeria has the largest concentration of greenhouses in the world that produces tons of greenhouse vegetables and fruits such as tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and zucchinis. The land area dedicated to horticulture greenhouse farming has grown at a tremendous rate reaching to approximately 27,000 ha in 2008. The good growth of greenhouses is attributed to the fact that the local government supports the greenhouse development in the city. Increasing number of investments in the state-of-the-art greenhouse is driving the commercial greenhouse market growth.
Increasing investments in state-of-the-art greenhouses
Supportive government initiatives to promote greenhouse cultivation
Presence of conventional methods for cultivating crops.
In January 2017, The Europapaya consortium received a grant to develop a model for the intensive cultivation of papayas in greenhouse in the south east of Spain.
In 2017, The Algarrobo-based company Frunet, has invested in building the largest and most advanced greenhouse of the province in the municipality of Velez-Malaga.
The major players profiled in the Spain commercial greenhouse market include ININSA, NETAFIM, Palram Industries Ltd., La Caña Group, and FRUNET.
The Spain commercial greenhouse market has been analyzed through the following segments:
High-Tech Commercial Greenhouse
Cooling Pad System
Medium-Tech Commercial Greenhouse
Low-Tech Commercial Greenhouse
Fruits and Vegetables
Flowers and Ornamentals