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Huge Business opportunities

The housing crisis around the world has been widely acknowledged: home-building

rates are just a quarter of the millions of units and houses required

annually and are insufficient to meet accumulated needs. The failure to

meet these supply levels is partly explained by the challenges that the

the industry is facing, such as low productivity, labour shortages, lack of

collaboration and failure to embrace new technologies. Modern methods of

construction (MMC), manufacturing methods that harness digital

techniques, Building Information Modelling (BIM) and offsite manufacture

have all been widely promoted as solutions to industry challenges, with

a particular emphasis on the potential of offsite manufacturing for

residential housing.

Construction in general, and housebuilding in particular, will play a

vital role in Asia’s post-COVID recovery. More can be done within the

construction and housebuilding sector to develop a vision of how the

uptake of modular methods, offsite manufacturing and MMC will be part of

this recovery, and could also help to tackle regional inequalities and

address the ’levelling-up agenda’. This will require the collection of data

on where components are both manufactured and used, in order that the

geographies of production can be understood and used to inform decision

making about sustainable and responsible procurement.

However, as we have seen there have been issues in delays in the global

supply chain, raw materials and increasing shortages in skilled manpower

have accelerated the move towards Modular and Prefabrication.

With Opportunities coming into the hot markets such as data centres,

logistics, residential and life sciences the catalyst has been set for

companies now to embrace the Modular and Prefabrication around the world.

For more information regarding the event, please view our brochure here

If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me at

+8618067226015 or email us here

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