This Market Intelligence Report focuses on the janitorial services marketplace in the United States from a supply chain sourcing perspective. Janitorial services include such services as routine interior building cleaning, window washing and occasional cleaning projects like carpets and air ducts. Primarily a fragmented industry, janitorial services has a well developed supplier base and is growing at a low rate. The janitorial services category has low product segmentation and serves primarily industrial, commercial, and government markets. The demand for this category is generated by various downstream industries with primary drivers including economic growth, construction, and building occupancy. Key costs around the janitorial services category include labor, worker compensation insurance, cleaning supplies and overhead. The major trends in the industry include Increased offering of value added services, among others. The risk outlook for the Janitorial Services industry is deteriorating based on the macroeconomic environment. Category management best practices around the janitorial services industry include strategic sourcing practices and green initiatives.
Starting with detailed background information to provide category context, this report provides insight into the market drivers around demand and key costs, including both historical and forecasted commodity pricing. The supply base section covers the top suppliers, including high-level overviews and market news. The report presents the NAICS category cost structure and historical, current and future pricing curves. The trend section reports new and emerging industry directions. Regulatory considerations include developing governmental initiatives. Risk outlooks offer a view into upstream drivers that could adversely affect the industry and category. Insights and Best Practices share winning strategies around the management and sourcing of this category.