The construction industry is an industry involved in the building of housing; infrastructure such as rail, roads and bridges and commercial projects such as office buildings, institutional buildings and manufacturing plant. The industry is also involved in demolotion work, repair and maintenance. The construction industry is closely linked to economic growth. We, at Research and Experts, have included reports on the residential construction industry, commercial construction industry and industrial construction industry. Our reports cover construction materials, services, equipment and materials. Research and Experts aim to provide the very best intelligence available on the global construction industry.
Manufacturing is the use of labour, goods and machines to produce goods for use or for sale. The manufacturing sector covers work performed in the electronics industry, mechanical industry, energy industries, food and beverage industries, plastic industry, metalworking industries, transport and telecommunications industries, chemical or physical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products. Manufacturing transforms raw materials into new finished products and components requiring further manufacturing. These raw materials can come from industries such as mining, agriculture, fisheries, timber etc.
The global manufacturing industry showed considerable growth in 2013. Employment in manufacturing grew most notably in the US helped by lower labour and energy costs. Growth was also recorded in the UK and throughout the Eurozone.
Research and Experts aim to provide the very best intelligence available on the global construction and manufacturing industries.