Pune, India, August, 2018 /press release/- Market Research Future Published a Half-Cooked Research Report on Global Soil Stabilization Market Research Report.
Soil stabilization is the process of mixing with various additives to the soil to improve strength, compressibility, durability, and other engineering properties. This process is widely used in the building and construction sector, especially during the construction of roads, tunnels, and dams. In addition, it is used in the agricultural sector to improve soil texture, productivity, and the water-holding capacity of the land.
Based on technique, the global soil stabilization market has been divided into mechanical, chemical, and thermal. The mechanical segment is expected to be the leading segment. The technique includes soil compaction by applying mechanical energy using rollers, rammers, vibration, and blasting. In the construction sector, soils of two or more gradations are mixed to obtain the desired specification as it is economical and time-saving. Moreover, the increasing use of mechanical equipment in the construction of roads for altering the properties of soil is likely to propel market growth in the years to follow.
Based on application, the global soil stabilization market has been classified into industrial, agricultural, and non-agricultural. The industrial segment accounts for the largest share of the global soil stabilization market. The industrial segment includes roads, airfields, railroads, canals, dams, and coastal engineering. With technological advancements and rapid industrialization, the development of roads, railroads, and airports are expected to increase, fueling the demand for soil stabilization during the forecast period.
The global soil stabilization market has been segmented on the basis of technique, application, stabilizer, and region.
Based on technique, the global soil stabilization market has been segregated into mechanical, chemical, and thermal.
By application, the global soil stabilization market has been categorized as industrial, agricultural, and non-agricultural.
On the basis of stabilizer, the global soil stabilization market has been divided into lime, bitumen, fly ash, polymers, sodium silicate, molasses, and others.
The global soil stabilization market has been studied with respect to five regions, namely, Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. Asia-Pacific accounted for the largest share of global soil stabilization market in 2017. This can be attributed to rapid industrialization and urbanization in this region. In addition, advancements in the agricultural sector and the rising per capita incomes of farmers may be the other significant drivers of market growth during the review period. The key markets in this region are China, India, Indonesia, and Japan.
North America and Europe are the other substantial markets for the soil stabilization. The development of infrastructure and rising number of residential buildings are likely to drive the growth of the soil stabilization market. The US is the major contributor to the regional market in North America. The markets in Latin America and the Middle East & Africa are estimated to witness substantial growth during the forecast period with the UAE, Kuwait, Iran, and Brazil accounting for major market shares.
The leading players in the global soil stabilization market are Aggrebind, (US), Soilworks, LLC (US), SNF Holding Company (US), Graymont Limited (Canada), WIRTGEN GmbH (Germany), CARMEUSE (Belgium), IRRIDAN USA (US), AB Volvo (Sweden), Earthlok (US), Global Road Technology International Limited (Australia), and Caterpillar Inc. (US).